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NHS online survey - Please complete

Children, young people and adults with avoidant and restrictive feeding and eating behaviours

NHS commissioners and clinical leads are keen to hear from you about your awareness and experience of children, young people and adults with avoidant and restrictive feeding and eating behaviours. In collaboration with NHS England this short survey will help explore current service provision, training and knowledge. They are interested to hear from a wide range of professionals; those who do not know about ARFID (avoidant restrictive food intake disorder) as well as those who do. There is a brief summary of ARFID in the online survey if you would like to know more.

“The difference between a ‘picky eater’ and a child with ARFID, is that a picky eater won’t starve themselves to death. A child with ARFID will.”

Dr. Gillian Harris, Clinical Psychologist. BA, MSC.PhD, CPsychol, AFBPsS

Thank you for participating via the link below.

Complete the survey: https://forms.office.com/pages/responsepage.aspx?id=kp4VA8ZyI0umSq9Q55Ctv7ozXnOI4JJGnpxUkX9qqWNUM0xaT05PTE0xOFRXVEVXVldKMTdYWjBQTyQlQCN0PWcu

Please cascade this email invitation widely within your networks to maximise the reach of the survey.

The survey is planned to close on 23 September 2021.

Participation is anonymous but there is an option to let us know if you can provide more in-depth understanding of your experience of individuals with this condition.