The Eating Disorder Review Journal (EDR)’s goal is to bring our readers the latest news and original articles on diagnosis and treatment of all eating disorders, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, other specified feeding or eating disorders, and obesity. EDR was founded with a primary mission: to provide practical information readers can use in their everyday practice.
EDR is committed to protecting the privacy of our subscribers. This policy pertains to the personal data of subscribers collected and/or processed by EDR. The legal basis for collection and use of personal data is legitimate interest in EDR. Legitimate interest is an expressed interest in EDR by joining the EDR Journal e-newsletter and mailing list.
EDR collects personal and/or professional contact information including name, email, and title. You have the right to file complaint, if you feel data has been misused. Please contact EDR at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EDR may utilize the personal information submitted through the online sign up to personalize content, deliver marketing and events communications, conduct surveys or internal research, generally providing goods and services pertaining to EDR, or for legal or audit obligations. EDR does not share emails for the purpose of third party vendor marketing.
EDR is headquartered in the United States. Subscriber data is housed with EDR as well as third party processors, also located within the United States. Personal data is secured through secured websites. EDR staff is trained on use of the membership database and safeguards are in place for continuity and disaster recovery. EDR makes every effort to operate within the laws and regulations around data privacy and cares deeply about the privacy of individuals who provide their information to EDR.