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Carolina's University Eating Disorders Symposium - 1/19/2018 -

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Carolina's University Eating Disorders Symposium

  1. Friday, January 19th, 20188:00am - 5:00pm

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Eating Recovery Center, Wake Forest University, and UNC School of the Arts have collaborated to create a free, full-day symposium focused on improving the prevention, identification, assessment, and treatment of eating disorders on campus. We are pleased to invite you and your staff to join us at this symposium. This interactive symposium will engage attendees with presentations from experts in the field of Eating Disorders as well as campus experts from across the Southeast. CE credits will be provided by Eating Recovery Center.

This symposium is open to all university staff engaged in the provision of services to students. In particular, medical providers, mental health providers, dietitians, athletic trainers, and coaches will benefit from this symposium in learning to prevent, identify, assess, and successfully treat students with eating disorders and disordered eating.

8:00-8:15 - Welcome and Introduction from Symposium Organizers

8:15-9:30 – Best Practices for Eating Disorders Care on Campus: Innovative Strategies for Engaging Students, Casey Tallent, Ph.D.

9:30-10:30 – Medical Treatment of Eating Disorders on Campus,Joanne Clinch, MD

10:45-12:00 – Creating and Maintaining Eating Disorders Treatment Resources on Campus: Navigating Challenges and Tips for Success, Panel Discussion with Nicole Matros, Ph.D., Libby Malone, Ph.D., Mazella Fuller, Ph.D., Lisa Money, RD, Annamarie Gallagher, MA, LPC-S, Casey Tallent, Ph.D., etc

12:00-1:00 – Networking Lunch, Lunch provided by Eating Recovery Center

1:15-2:15 – Overcoming Obstacles in the Treatment of Loss of Control Eating: Strategies for Identifying & Treating Patients,Ralph Carson, RD, PhD and Kara Richardson Whitely

2:15-3:15 - Profiling Unhealthy Exercise and Disordered Eating in College Athletes, Ralph Carson, RD, PhD

3:15-4:45 – Utilizing Evidence-based Eating Disorder Prevention Tools on Campus: A Body Project Collaborative Primer, Alan Duffy, M.S., Presentation Sponsored by The Eating Recovery Foundation

4:45-5:00 – Evaluations

 

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Event Details

  • Location:
    Benson 401, Wake Forest University Reynolda Campus
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  • Open To:
    Everyone
  • Facilitated by:
    Student Health Services
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