WA event: Eating Disorders Master Class 1 Day Workshop for Nurses on Management of Eating Disorders in Adults

WA event: Eating Disorders Master Class 1 Day Workshop for Nurses on Management of Eating Disorders in Adults

Western Australia Eating Disorders Outreach and Consultation Service (WAEDOCS)

About this event

Facilitators: Jan Fountaine & Fintan O’Looney.

This collaborative workshop is designed for nurses who have previously attended either the WAEDOCS General or Mental Health Essentials 1 Day Workshop. The course is designed to provide you with advanced skills in recognising and assisting individuals with eating disorders and complex comorbidities.
Information will include:


- Significant medical complications associated with refeeding
- Psychoradiological implications of starvation on Gray matter alterations
- Effectiveness of innovations (CBT, DBS, EMDR)
- Challenges of managing emotional dysregulation
- Survival guide for clinicians

This workshop addresses NSQHS Standards 1,2,5,6 and 8
Registrations Close: Tuesday 2nd November 2021
Registration forms can be requested at WAEDOCS@health.wa.gov.au 

Please contact 1300 620 208 or email WAEDOCS@health.wa.gov.au




Contact Details




Speakers

Jan Fountaine & Fintan O’Looney

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