Disordered Eating in children, adolescents and adults with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus

People with Type 1 Diabetes have a higher prevalence eating disorders, which often presents initially as disordered eating. Disordered eating includes thoughts and behaviours regarding weight, shape, eating and medicine usage that do not meet diagnostic criteria for an eating disorder but are harmful to health and wellbeing.

Materials developed by the Statewide Diabetes Clinical Network and Diabetes Queensland support clinicians and services to recognise and respond to disordered eating.

Clinical Guideline

Last updated: 9 August 2022