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Exploring the impact of the UK government’s menu labelling legislation on people with experience of eating disorders

This opportunity for research study participation ends on Friday, 11 November 2022.

The United Kingdom government requires most cafes & restaurants to have calories on menus. We are looking for people with experience of eating disorders to complete a short online survey about how this impacts you. Please follow the link for more information – tinyurl.com/LEEDRCsurvey

HREC/4508/Beetham approved 17/10/2022

Dr Tanya Beetham (she/her) | Lecturer in Psychology and Counselling
School of Psychology and Counselling, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
The Open University, Milton Keynes MK7 6AA
tanya.beetham@open.ac.uk | www.open.ac.uk
Staff Profile: https://www.open.ac.uk/people/tb8624
Twitter: @TanyaBeetham

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  1. Anne Simone Hoffman-Felix

    Hello. It’s too late for an official response but I just wanted to say that it is a big advantage for my daughter because it makes it easier and more relaxed to eat out now that she can monitor her calories. This might lead to more happy times with friends and getting out of isolation which can result in saying goodbye to ED!!!

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