This session was delivered during MHPN’s All Together Better Conference, 2023.
This recording features an overview of the field of eating disorders, followed by a reflective session considering four vignettes of eating disorder presentations.
How to get the most out of this recording
This session comprises several sections.
Firstly, an overview of the field of eating disorders by Dr Sarah Trobe (approx 30 minutes).
Viewers are then provided the opportunity to pause the video and review four case vignettes. These case vignettes were discussed in the breakout rooms during the live activity broadcast. While the breakout rooms were not recorded, the key learnings from the moderated discussions are covered in the final and concluding section of the recording.
After viewing this recording, participants will:
have increased confidence to participate in interdisciplinary collaborative care when responding to eating disorders mental health presentations.
a better understanding of how interdisciplinary collaborative care can contribute to better outcomes for eating disorder mental health presentations.
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