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Denison’s Whisler Center for Student Wellness offers a wide range of service, with physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, psychologists and social workers who are highly trained, experienced and licensed to provide quality health care to students in order to support a fulfilled and healthy living and learning experience.
The Eating Disorders Interdialogue Team (EDIT) is an interdisciplinary team of professionals from student development, health care, and faculty, as well as participants who are currently Denison students. This team came together to address the growing problem of eating disorders on campus. In the last several years, the rate of eating disorders among college students nationally, both female and male, has increased. As the team matured, members realized that while students suffering with this illness should be identified and treated, the message of living well in college for all students was the broader mission that needed to be communicated on our campus.