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Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2018

That the Parliament notes that 26 February marks the beginning of Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2018; acknowledges that these disorders are serious mental health conditions that affect people psychologically, socially, and physically; understands that approximately 1.25 million people in the UK have an eating disorder, of which an estimated 89% are female; praises the Scottish Eating Disorders Interest Group and the charity, Beat, on providing what it sees as vital help for people with such conditions and their families; notes that the Scottish Government's Mental Health Strategy 2017-2027 commits to working toward the development of a digital tool to specifically support young people with eating disorders; highlights the programme, See Me, which it considers has been instrumental in tackling the stigma and discrimination associated with mental health issues, including eating disorders, and notes the calls for all stakeholders to continue to working together to ensure that the appropriate help is available and that early intervention is essential in reducing unnecessary deaths.

Supported by: Jenny Gilruth, Ivan McKee, Rona Mackay, Kenneth Gibson, Graeme Dey, David Torrance, John Mason, Ash Denham, Kezia Dugdale, Jeremy Balfour, Joan McAlpine, Emma Harper, Ruth Maguire, Pauline McNeill, Stuart McMillan, Gail Ross, Richard Lyle, Stewart Stevenson, Fulton MacGregor, Alex Cole-Hamilton, Bill Kidd, James Dornan, John Finnie, Gillian Martin, Ben Macpherson, Neil Findlay, Angus MacDonald, Jackson Carlaw, Willie Rennie, Miles Briggs, Alex Rowley, Murdo Fraser, Maurice Golden, John Scott, Annie Wells, Tavish Scott, Margaret Mitchell, Willie Coffey


Current Status: Taken in the Chamber on 28/02/2018
 
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