The 4th Eating Disorders International Conference

Institute of Education, London    17 - 19 March 2016

Learn about the latest developments in the field of eating disorders

If you are a medical or healthcare professional who is interested in the assessment and treatment of those affected by eating disorders and would like to learn more about the very latest developments in this field, we invite you to join us at the Eating Disorders International Conference.

Beat, the UK’s leading eating disorders charity, is hosting the fourth biennial Eating Disorders International Conference from Thursday 17 March 2016 to Saturday 19 March 2016, at the Institute of Education in central London.

With a programme put together by experts in the eating disorder field, this prestigious event has grown in esteem amongst eating disorder professionals since its inauguration in 2010.

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For 2016 we will be joined by up to 500 delegates; clinical directors, academics, purchasing directors, professors, doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists, independent treatment providers, commissioners, carers and chief executive officers sharing their expertise and knowledge working in the eating disorder field.

What can you expect from the EDIC 2016 Programme?

We’ll be discussing ‘Nature or Nurture’ and exploring the influence of the brain, psyche and society on eating disorders as well as our stand out themes:

  • Economics and eating disorders
  • Attachment and eating disorders
  • Carers and families
  • Neuroscience and biology of eating disorders
  • Psychological therapies
  • Severe and enduring eating disorders

Programme by day

Visit the programme pages below to view the full EDIC 2016 schedule by day.

"Attending the 2014 EDIC conference afforded me the opportunity to learn more and think about different ways of working with my ED clients. It was great to meet colleagues from all over the world. In the main conference hall for example I found myself sitting next to someone who had travelled from Australia and another from New Zealand; nowhere else could I have experienced such keenness and empathic warmness, all eager to discuss their own professional experiences. I shall be returning to the 2016 conference, to meet old friends, make new contacts and think more about how I can be more effective in my work; to participate in the workshops and of course enjoy the comradery. I hope to see you there."

Renee Botham, Clinical Psychotherapist and Co-founder of Anorexic Aid

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Full conference passes and individual day tickets are available to purchase until 14 March 2016.

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