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Yorkshire Centre for Eating Disorders

The YCED began treating individuals with eating disorders in 1978; it was originally known as the Leeds Eating Disorders Team. It was modernised in 2005 in line with the NICE guidelines. The service has rapidly developed into the largest northern 'eating disorder service', and is at the forefront of innovative research. We work in partnership with St George’s Eating Disorders Unit.

The YCED is part of the Specialist Services Directorate of Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.

 

Our vision

Our vision is wedded to recovery from eating disorders. We aim to assist those who use our services to return to a state of wellness and to achieve an acceptable quality of life. We recognise that this will be achieved through offering choice, working in a partnership of mutual respect and providing person-centred treatments.

 

Our values

Our priority is the people who use our services. We aim to provide a comprehensive and flexible clinical service that will meet and treat the needs of individuals with eating disorders.

We believe that quality of care is dependent on collective commitment and expertise of the Team, including service users and carers.

We have a commitment to develop new treatment techniques and actively pursue research interests

 

 

Service Brochure

 

 

 Annual Report: April 2012 - March 2013

Annual Report:  April 2011 - March 2012

 

Annual Report:  April 2010 - March 2011

 

Annual Report:  April 2009 - March 2010

 

Annual Report:  April 2008 - March 2009

 

 

mHealth Project

 

The Yorkshire Centre for Eating Disorders is participating in a new project across Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and Leeds Community Healthcare Foundation Trust which aim to test out a number of digital tools (apps, websites etc) to support self-management. To find out more please click here or e-mail nikoo.atraki@nhs.net.

 

To help us understand more about access and attitudes to mobile health, we would be grateful if individuals currently accessing our service could complete the following survey.