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Alan Currie: Eating Disorders (Part 1)

In the first part of a two part series, filmed at the 2013 Eating Disorders conference run by UKA and England Athletics, Dr Alan Currie outlines what eating disorders are and how we can combat them.

Alan Currie is a sports psychiatrist and honorary clinical lecturer fo the Assertive Outreach Team, Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS Trust. He specialises in the treatment of eating disorders.

Other parts in the series:

Alan Currie: Eating Disorders (Part 2)

  • Uploaded: 01.07.2013
  • Duration: 00:17:49
  • Views: 1648

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Comments (1)

  1. Posted by Rachael on 22/03/2014 at 02:35 PM

    Really pleased to see British Athletics raising the awareness of eating disorders. It is such a serious and dangerous illness that often goes over looked and undiagnosed.

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