QuEDS Dietitians Masterclass 2019

QuEDS Dietitians Masterclass 2019

About this event

The QuEDS Dietitians Masterclass is here again – but bigger and better than ever.

Dietitians are encouraged to attend both days as sessions are designed to be complementary.  The cost is only $100 (including GST) for two days.

Light morning tea and lunch will be provided on both days.

Two full days of informative presentations encompassing

- higher level dietetic care of eating disorders via complex cases with panel discussions,
- experiential sessions designed to increase your understanding of the treatment journey for both consumers and clinicians,
- upskilling from a clinical psychologist on common co-morbidities and psychological safety,
- practical sessions to increase your skill set,
- information on safe dietetic practice especially for sole practitioners,
- opportunities to network with other dietitians working in the ED field and join the COD-ED (collaboration of dietitians in eating disorders).

This two-day seminar has been designed with experienced dietitians in mind and does not cover baseline knowledge.

Less experienced dietitians with a keen interest in developing skills in this area would benefit from completing the QuEDS Dietitians Knowledge Pathway prior to attendance – please contact Amanda.davis@health.qld.gov.au

Participants are encouraged to bring their own water bottles, pens and paper to minimise wastage.

 

When:  Thursday 11th AND Friday 12th July 2019

Venue:  The Education Centre, Block1, Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital (RBWH) Butterfield Street, Herston, QLD, 4029

 




Contact Details

Person: Amanda Davis P| 07 3114 0809 or E| amanda.davis@health.qld.gov.au



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