Hello Lovely Ladies (and Gents,) Eating Disorder awareness and recoveries are not possible without the work of researchers and others working to change stigmas and find ways of treatment. Please take a few minutes to fill out these two questionnaires, if eligible.

Ali's Survey for College Students

Project HEAL Chapter Manager Ali is asking for college students (undergraduates, graduates, and PhD. candidates) to complete this short health questionnaire to gain updated insight regarding the definition of health, dietary habits, and understanding of eating disorders among college students.

All responses are anonymous. The survey should take approximately 10-15 minutes.

With National Eating Disorder Awareness Week just a few days away, the data collected can help with outreach and EDucation about eating disorders!

Please visit the following link to complete the survey:

Ali's Survey


Kristina's Research Survey

Help co-founder Kristina Saffran and her research team at Stanford to further research on social media, eating disorder treatment, and recovery by completing a short survey to explore the Facebook usage of individuals who have received treatment for an eating disorder in a group setting. This survey is completely anonymous and only takes 15-20 minutes to complete.

Please only fill out this survey if you have been treated for an eating disorder (either currently or in the past) in a group setting. This may include inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, and/or intensive outpatient treatment (that included a group component) or participating in an outpatient therapy group. This does not include individual outpatient treatment – that is, if you have only ever received treatment for an eating disorder in individual outpatient therapy (and have never received treatment for an eating disorder in a group setting), you are not eligible for this study at this time.

Please take Kristina's survey to help advance knowledge on the eating disorder recovery process!

If you have any questions, please contact



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