FEAST of Knowledge

FEAST of Knowledge

Families Empowered And Supporting Treatment for Eating Disorders (F.E.A.S.T.)

About this event

Global organisation F.E.A.S.T. presents virtual conference FEAST of Knowledge, a full day of presentations and interactive discussion opportunities with leading experts in the eating disorders field.

The virtual conference designed to educate, inform, and empower parents and other caregivers through presentations from leading clinicians, experts by experience, and researchers in the eating disorders field. The conference will offer knowledge on a range of topics related to the research and treatment of eating disorders, with the aim of enabling parents and caregivers to better support, care for, and assist in the recovery of their loved one.

Keynote address: Dr Cynthia Bulik, The roles of genes and environment in eating disorders: separating hope from hype


Note: This event is scheduled for Sunday, 27 March, from 10am-4pm US EST. In Australia, the time difference is 15 hours, so this webinar will take place on Monday, March 28, 1am-7am AEST.
To register or for more info go to www.feast-ed.org/feast-of-knowledge-2022/
 




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Speakers

Dr Cynthia Bulik

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