Revealed: Widespread gaps in ‘gold-standard’ service a year on from NHSE launch

Psychologist / psychiatrist / mental health

Source: Alamy

More than half of England has limited or no access to a ‘gold standard’ eating disorder programme proven to halve the need for intensive treatment, a year after NHS England funded 18 pilot projects in the wake of five women’s anorexia deaths, HSJ analysis reveals.

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