Welcome to the Eating Disorder Information Gateway
In order to increase knowledge and awareness of eating disorders, their treatment and relevant research, Eating Recovery Center | Insight Behavioral Health is pleased to provide the Eating Disorder Information Gateway.
The Gateway is a free, publicly-accessible database of citations on eating disorders. The majority of citations are articles from medical journals, but the database also includes books, handouts from non-profit organizations, policy papers, and even poetry and other creative works. New materials are constantly being added to the Gateway, so please check back frequently.
The public database includes a limited selection of articles that are available to all users. If you would like to access the full library, please click the “Request an Account” button in the upper right of the public Eating Disorders Information Gateway page. Your request will be reviewed, and if approved, you will receive an email with your login credentials.
If you are an Eating Recovery Center | Insight Behavioral Health employee, choose “Staff Login” in the upper right corner of the page. You will be prompted to use your single-sign-on credentials to access the full library.
Questions? Contact Millie Plotkin, Informationist at Millie.Plotkin@EatingRecovery.com and reference the specific resource’s Record ID, if applicable.
Eating Disorder Articles
Stay in Touch with the Latest Science of the Field
The medical and clinical leadership team at Eating Recovery Center is committed to staying in touch with the science of the field and incorporating evidence-based interventions into the treatment philosophy.
In addition, the team itself has driven scientific inquiry into these illnesses and continues to be involved in eating disorders research. As a result of this early and consistent exposure to the latest emerging treatment modalities, Eating Recovery Center’s expert treatment team has the advantage of knowing the evidence base before it goes to print, and integrating proven approaches into the spectrum of care as soon as possible to support positive treatment outcomes.
The Need for Complex Ideas in Anorexia Nervosa: Why Biology, Environment, and Psyche All Matter, Why Clinicians Make Mistakes, and Why Clinical Benchmarks Are Needed for Managing Weight Correction
by Craig Johnson, PhD, FAED, CEDS, Chief Science Officer and Co-Director of the Family Institute, Eating Recovery Center, and Michael Strober, PhD
International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2012; 45:155-178
Challenges in Conducting a Multi-Site Randomized Clinical Trial Comparing Treatments for Adolescent Anorexia Nervosa
by Craig Johnson, PhD, FAED, CEDS, Chief Science Officer and Co-Director of the Family Institute, Eating Recovery Center, James Lock, MD, PhD, Harry Brandt, MD, Blake Woodside, MD, W. Katherine Halmi, MD, Walter Kaye, MD, and Denise Wilfley, PhD
International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2012; 45:202-213
Treating Eating Disorders with Acceptance and Values Based Approaches
by Emmett R. Bishop, Jr., MD, FAED, CEDS, Co-Founder, Eating Recovery Center