This network brings together practitioners interested in better outcomes for people with eating disorders. The network meetings provide a forum for practitioners all over Australia, to get professional development, connect, build relationships, provide peer support and improve referral pathways. The network aims to meet quarterly, and network meetings consists of presentations, guest speakers, case discussions and peer support.
The Sydney Eating Disorders Special Interest Group is a small network with a specific focus on eating disorders. This network aims to strengthen and enhance eating disorder understanding, treatment and supports. The Sydney Eating Disorders Special Interest Group meets quarterly, often online, and these meetings feature guest presentations, case discussions and service overviews.
Supported by the Butterfly Foundation, Tasmanian Eating Disorders MHPN, is a statewide partnership network which aims to strengthen and enhance eating disorder understanding, treatments, and referral pathways. The network meets quarterly, hybrid or online, with meetings that feature guest speaker presentations, case discussions and service updates, with a focus on practitioner education and collaborative practice.
In this inaugural episode of Eating Disorders: Beyond the Unknown, join our co-hosts in identifying and unpacking commonly held myths surrounding what it’s like to live with, care for, and provide support for someone living with and eating disorder.
This episode of Eating Disorders: Beyond the Unknown will explore restrictive eating and how it relates to, and occurs in anorexia nervosa, atypical anorexia, and avoidant restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID).
Explore the identification, assessment, and support of individuals at risk of eating disorders, addressing treatment challenges and emphasizing care planning and referral pathways for improved services.
Jo is a teenage girl who, at her mother's insistence, visits her GP for not being her 'usual self'. She is underweight and has been reducing her food intake for some time and is on a strict exercise regime to prepare for a marathon. The interdisciplinary panel explore potential referral pathways, as well as discuss tips and strategies to provide effective collaborative care.
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