Rapid Systematic Review for the National Eating Disorder Research and Translation Strategy, InsideOut Institute for Eating Disorders
The Australian Government commissioned the InsideOut Institute to develop the National Eating Disorder Research and Translation Strategy, in partnership with state and national stakeholders. To inform the strategy the InsideOut Institute engaged HMA to complete a rapid systematic review of the literature to assess the current research base. The objective of the systematic review was to identify knowledge, translation and implementation gaps. Key tasks included:
As a result of this project, InsideOut Institute has a comprehensive document, which presents research undertaken in the past ten years on key disorders across a patient care continuum including population impacts, prevention, treatment, relapse prevention and outcomes. Findings will be published by the InsideOut Institute and used to identify future research priorities.
The project was completed in September 2020.