Building the System of Care for Eating Disorders  

Thank you to all our attendees who helped make the NEDC Members' Meeting such a great success.

The two days were filled with a packed program including informative panel sessions, working groups, workshops and training. Members heard from sector leaders Assoc Prof Warren Ward, Michelle Roberton, Dr Sarah Maguire, Dr Randall Long, Kevin Barrow and Dr Anthea Fursland; took part in a credentialing consultation and working groups discussing the System of Care; heard keynotes from Dr Anthea Fursland and dietitian Shane Jeffrey, who also ran a workshop; and attended workshops run by CEED, the Butterfly Foundation and the NEDC.

Click on the links below for slide sets or video of the following sessions: 

Day 1

Building the System of Care: Dr Beth Shelton slides and video 

Message from Greg Hunt, Minister for Health video only

Peer Workforce Guide: The Journey - Belinda Caldwell slides and video 

Developing a Peer Workforce for Eating Disorders - Lesley Cook slides and video 

Pathways through Care - Dr Sarah Maguire slides only

Day 2

Consultation: What an eating disorder credential means for everyone slides only

Dr Anthea Fursland keynote: Evidence-based psychotherapy and recovery slides and video

Shane Jeffrey keynote: Nutrition and Recovery slides and video

The new Medicare items in practice: Dr Gabriella Heruc slides only 

Vox Pop videos

Hear from attendees about their thoughts on the event and on eating disorders in Australia.

What brought you here?

What changes would you like to see to the system of care?

How do you see the future for eating disorders?

 

We will keep you posted with more material and resources from the event on this website in the coming weeks.  

 

See our program guide here.

The NEDC Members' Meeting was for members only. If you are not already a member – sign up today! Membership is FREE.

 

 

 

 

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