The National Eating Disorder Information Centre (NEDIC)
From the web site: "The National Eating Disorder Information Centre (NEDIC) is aToronto-based, non-profit organization, established in 1985 to provide information and resources on eating disorders and weight preoccupation. NEDIC began as a result of the concerted efforts of a group of health-care providers. Based on a national needs-assessment undertaken in 1983 by the Health League of Canada, a proposal was made for initial funding of an...Show More
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Emily Bulger (Student)
content was factual and informative. Statistical information is provided along
with interviews and family/peer support group information. Students and faculty
will benefit from the information.(Parents will esp. benefit)
stephanie johnson (Student)
learning about eating disorders. It gave a glossary of all of the eating
disorders that there are, which i thought was very helpful.
As I said before I feel that this is a very good website to go to if interested
in eating disorders. I feel that the web site could have been longer and gave a
little more inforamtion.
Jennifer Murphy (Student)
I tink this is a good site to use in teaching or learning about eating
disorders because it had a lot of information about the people and the disease.
Lorraine Guzzo (Student)
selection and read all of the material. The site was very informative. There
was a large amount of information on specific eating disorders, warning signs,
how to address the problem with the patient so they will be comfortable and
treatment options. I have looked into this topic before and I found the
information quite extensive. Even though I found the site to be a good
information source, I think it is excellent for a family looking for resources
to deal with this problem within their family and not especially directed toward
a teacher/student type situation. I felt it dealt with the problem more on a
information I was looking for. I believe that first-time users will not have a
problem looking through this site. It is very self-explanitory
Maryjo Vivacqua (Student)
informative and easy to understand. Although I thought it was a great site.
I'm not sure how well it would be used from a teaching aspect, but it can be
Everything is in the open and very accessible.
Bernadette Castellanos (Student)
disorders it even gave a glossary of the terms associated with eating
disorders.It is definately easy to understand ina student and teacher view.
easy to locate on the web.
Deb Morris (Student)
informative and of high quality. The information contained in this article
could definitely be used by both teachers and students.