Here you will find blogs written by lots of different people. Some of them are by the PEACE team, some from loved-ones, some from different clinicians and some from experts in the area. We hope whoever you are there is something here to meet your needs. We have tried to make that a bit easier by grouping articles together with hashtags. Not sure what you are looking for or just wanting to browse? Have a look at some of our suggested blogs below! Not found what you are looking for? Send us a message, we would love to hear your ideas.

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My Nursing Perspective

Here, Brandon, a staff nurse, talks about his experience working with autistic people on an Eating Disorders Ward.

Clinician ‘My early learning from the PEACE pathway’

Claire, a psychologist, talks about how her understanding has changed since the PEACE pathway was implemented.

Medical Management in ASC

Mani and Aki provide suggestions about medical management for possible associated conditions with the comorbidity.

Dietician’s Perspective

A snapshot into how the PEACE pathway has changed practice.

Anorexia: The unwanted visitor (Contributed by a loved one)

A loved one’s perspective on how anorexia is an unwanted visitor in her family’s life and what’s keeping her fighting.

Communication Success

A loved one takes the next step towards communication success.

The Missing Link

A loved one talks about an unexpected diagnosis and what this meant to the family.


Examples of how three individuals challenged themselves with what or where they ate and how they did it.

Occupational Therapy’s Roles in PEACE

Jake and Isis talk about their role as Occupational Therapists in PEACE and key learning points.