Fall is here, and it arrives with some new changes for Eating Disorders Review. For example, your article ideas, articles for consideration, suggestions and comments will reach us far more rapidly than before, thanks to several additions to the website.
Dr. Scott Crow
Dr. Scott Crow, our Medical Editor for the past 10 years, has seen EDR transition to an online publication and made many contributions to the publication. He is currently Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Minnesota, and Vice President for Psychiatry for Accanto Health. He is stepping down as Medical Editor of EDR this fall.
Beginning with the November-December issue, Eating Disorders Review will have a number of new features we think you will enjoy. We have three new co-editors, and are adding links for your comments and a direct link for prospective authors.
And, we sadly bid farewell to Dr. Scott Crow, whom we will miss very much. He can’t leave us easily because we intend to keep in touch with him, and have enjoyed all the 10-plus years he has so skillfully guided EDR.
Also, meet our three new co-editors, Anne Marie O’Melia, MS, MD, CEDS-S (medicine), Leah Graves, RDN, LDN, CEDS-S, FAED (nutrition), and John Levitt PhD, CEDS-S, FAED (psychotherapy). See the article, “Co-editors Join the EDR Staff,” elsewhere in this issue. The three bring special expertise and experience to our pages.
In this issue also note articles on treatment for terminal AN patients, anger and and aggression in teens with bulimia, taking weight stigma out of AN treatment, and a report on increases in restrictive eating disorders among adolescents, among others.