Conference to transform care for patients with eating disorders
A conference aimed at transforming care for patients with eating disorders is taking place at Wolfson College in Oxford on 21st June 2018.
The conference, aimed at other clinicians as well as researchers, is led by Dr. Anthony James, consultant psychiatrist at the Highfield Unit (pictured) at the Warneford Hospital. It will explore cognitive behavioral therapy for eating disorders.
Delegates can find information and presentations from the conference below:
Programme of events
Dr A James presentation
CBTE in Adult Eating Disorder Units – Agnes Ayton
CBT-E Assisted Eating at HFU
Overview of program and psychological effects
Implementing CBT-e on HFU round table reviews
The role of the family in CBTe
CBT-E in adolescent inpatient care: a commentary