Presenter: Dr Gabriella Heruc, Dr Kim Hurst, Melissa Keller-Tuberg & Kelly Griffin
Webinar Overview: For someone with an eating disorder, accessing safe and effective treatment as early as possible can improve treatment outcomes and reduce the risk of chronicity and complications. Historically there has been limited guidance around the depth and breadth of knowledge, skills and experience required by treatment providers in this space. With the aim of improving the competencies of professionals. ANZAED recently published treatment principles and minimum general clinical practice and training standards for mental health and dietetic professionals who provide treatment to individuals with an eating disorder. This presentation explores the perspectives and opinions of two individuals with a lived experience through a panel-style format, on how translation of the practice standards might help improve future patient care.
Tuesday 15 June (1 hour duration)
Time: 12pm New Zealand; 10am NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS, QLD; 9.30am SA & NT; 8am WA