Screening and Assessment
This section of our website contains important resources for the assessment of eating disorders, such as clinical assessment tools, case studies, and assessment tips and fact sheets.
A schema for medical history taking for the medical assessment of clients with eating disorders.
Information on how to conduct a medical examination with patients with eating disorders.
This PDF provides information on how to conduct a mental health assessment during an initial interview with patients with eating disorders.
A framework for conducting a nutritional assessment wit patients with eating disorders.
The K-SADS-PL was designed to obtain severity ratings of symptomatology, and assess current and lifetime history of psychiatric disorders, including several disorders not surveyed in the K-SADS-P.
The Eating Attitudes Test. Identifies abnormal eating attitudes and behaviours.
The SCOFF is a screening tool for eating disorders, particularly useful in primary care/GP settings.
Eating Disorder Examination-Self report Questionnaire. A 41-item measure adapted from the Eating Disorder Examination (EDE) assessing the key behavioural features and associated psychopathology of eating disorders.
The Eating Disorder Quality of Life Questionnaire. Assesses health related quality of life in eating disorders, designed to tap the issues and concerns of eating disordered persons.
The Anorexia Nervosa Stages of Change Questionnaire. Used to assess patients' readiness to recover from anorexia nervosa.
The Bulimia Nervosa Stages of Change Questionnaire. Used to assess patients' readiness to recover from bulimia nervosa.
Normal Eating Scale is a dietitian designed, non validated questionnaire to measure attitudes to nutrition, and its relationship to a healthy diet.