Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor Tracey Wade has worked as a clinician in the area of eating disorders for almost 30 years and her current research interests are in the aetiology, prevention and treatment of eating disorders, with a focus on implementing this research into real world settings to improve outcomes in body image and eating disorders. She has cowritten 3 therapy books and has over 200 publications in peer reviewed journals. In 2015 she was elected a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia. In 2016 she was made an Inaugural Honorary Fellow of the Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy. In 2017-18 she was the president of the Eating Disorder Research Society. In 2019 she was appointed Fellow of the APS, and is currently an Associate Editor for the International Journal of Eating Disorders. She is the director of the Flinders University Services for Eating Disorders (FUSED) and the Blackbird Research Initiative. Professor Wade is a member of the Million Minds Expert Advisory Panel, a member of the National Eating Disorders Collaboration steering committee commissioned by the Federal Government to inform policy development in the area of eating disorder prevention and treatment, and a member of the Eating Disorders Technical Advisory Committee, advising the Federal Department of Health on matters related to eating disorders.
2000: Ian M Campbell memorial prize for outstanding contribution to the scientific or professional status of Clinical Psychology in Australia; 2003: Australian Psychological Society Early Career Award; 2019: Australia and New Zealand Academy of Eating Disorders Distinguished Achievement Award; 2020: Academy of Eating Disorders Outstanding Clinician Award for co-authorship of the 2019 book "Brief Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Non-Underweight Patients: CBT-T for Eating Disorders"
Member of the steering committee of the National Eating Disorder Collaboration, commissioned by the Federal Government to formulate a long term approach to the promotion, prevention, early intervention and management for eating disorders to help improve the health outcomes for persons with, or at risk of, eating disorders.
Statewide Eating Disorder Service: member of the management committee and academic lead.
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