Early Intervention in Eating Disorders Conference
Event Date: 10 May 2017
Venue: 2nd floor of the Executive Business Centre (EBC), Lansdowne Campus, Bournemouth University, BH8 8EB
9:00 Registration and refreshments
9:20 Welcome from Bournemmouth University and Dorset HealthCare University NHS Foundation Trust, Dr Ciaran Newell, Dorset HealthCare and Dr James Palfreman-Kay,Bournemouth University
9:30-11:15 Morning keynote presentations
Title: The FREED (First Episode and Rapid Early Intervention for Eating Disorders) Project: A Novel Early Intervention Service for Young Adults
Speaker: Professor Ulrike Schmidt, Professor of Eating Disorders, Kings College, London and Consultant Psychiatrist South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Title: Eating Disorders: How schools can spot and support?
Speaker: Dr Pooky Knightsmith, Director: Children Young People & Schools Programme, Charlie Waller Memorial Trust Vice Chair: Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition
11:15-12:00 Morning workshops
Title: Eating disorders: early intervention and prevention work in schools work in schools
Speaker: Jess Griffiths, Eating Disorder practitioner
Title: Engaging people in services: An introduction to the MotivATE approach
Speakers: Dr Sarah Muir, Senior Lecturer and James Day, Postgraduate Researcher, Psychology Department, Bournemouth University
Title: Poorly controlled diabetes or eating disorder
Speaker: Micki Bennett, Eating Disorders Community Services Manager, Dorset HealthCare NHS University NHS Foundation Trust
13:00-14:30 Afternoon Keynote presentations
Title: Our Voices: Breaking the silence & challenging eating disorder stigma to support early intervention – international learnings
Speaker: Sara Preston, Winston Churchill Research Fellow 2016-2017; Senior National Officer [Scotland], Beat.
Title: Don’t Just Tell Me To Eat
Speaker: Dr Lise Hertel, Clinical Associate New Care Models Programme at NHS England
14:30-15:30 Afternoon workshops
Title: Transforming Eating disorders services; The Dorset way
Speaker: Dr Ciarán Newell, Consultant Nurse Eating Disorders, Dorset HealthCare NHS University NHS Foundation Trust
Title: Introduction of skills for supporting people with eating disorders, professionals and carers unite
Speakers: Karen Bagley Systemic Psychotherapist, Ros Rea Specialist Nurse Therapist, Dorset HealthCare NHS University NHS Foundation Trust and TBC Carer
Title: Mobile apps for emotional regulation: A potential prevention strategy
Speaker: Dr Laura Renshaw Vuillier, Psychology Department, Bournemouth University
15:30-16:00 Panel discussion Dr Ciaran Newell; Sarah Preston, Beat; Dr, Lise Hertel; Jess Griffiths
16:00 Conference closes
Once a booking has been made atteendees will be asked to select which workshops they wish to attend.
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This one day conference is in support of Mental Health Awareness Week (8-14 May) 2017 and is a result of a collaboration between:
- Bournemouth University
- Dorset HealthCare University NHS Foundation Trust
- Charlie Waller Memorial Trust
- Children and Young People's Mental Health Coalition
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