Recruitment Call: Exploring Research Priorities for Autistic People who have Eating Disorders: A Photovoice Study

Why Get Involved?

By sharing your experiences and insights with us, you will help us to better understand the research priorities sought by Autistic individuals with lived experience an eating disorder (ED), as well as help guide us through your experiences and establish best practice for future research!

Who can Participate? 

Those interested participating in the study must be:

  • Autistic people with lived experience of an ED
  • Over the age of 14

We strongly encourage participation of underrepresented groups, including:

  • Male individuals
  • LGBTQ+ individuals
  • Minority ethnicities
  • Underrepresented ED presentations (e.g., binge eating disorder, bulimia nervosa, etc.)

Any Questions, or Keen to Participate?

To participate, please complete the following survey. Feel free to take a look at our recruitment flyer here.

To find out more, or if you have any questions about this study, please contact us at

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