The AIS Disordered Eating in High Performance Sport Project is multifaceted and aims to improve athletes’ health, wellbeing, and performance through the prevention and management of disordered eating and eating disorders. The project emphasises an all-of-sport approach to help drive culture change.
Disordered eating (DE) and eating disorders (EDs) are serious, complex, and often misunderstood. All role holders within the high performance (HP) sports system have a part to play in the prevention and early identification of DE and EDs.
The AIS, in collaboration with the National Eating Disorders Collaboration (NEDC), have developed an education program for coaches and performance support practitioners that improves knowledge and awareness and assists them to work up to, but not beyond their professional scope of practice.
What is Eating Disorders in Sport (EDiS)?
CO-DEVELOPED, PILOTED AND EVALUATED
By AIS & National Eating Disorders Collaboration (NEDC)
HIGH PERFORMANCE SPORT FOCUSED
Designed for HP coaches & performance support practitioners
SAFE AND NON-JUDGEMENTAL ENVIRONMENT
For participants to learn & discuss
4-HOUR INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP
How can you run an EDiS workshop at your Organisation?
- EDiS workshops are facilitated by experienced Psychologists and Sports Dietitians.
- We currently have 26 Sports Dietitians and Psychologists from around the country trained and able to facilitate EDiS at your NIN or NSO.
- Please reach out and we can put you in touch with an EDiS Facilitator in your area: email@example.com
To learn more about disordered eating in high performance sport click here.
South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) coaches give their reflections after attending the EDiS workshop.