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WEBINAR: What use is eMH in Eating Disorders? (Evening Session)
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WEBINAR: What use is eMH in Eating Disorders? (Evening Session)

Presenters: Dr Anthea Fursland, Dr Sarah Maguire, Dr Sarah Weaver.

16/02/2017
When: 16th February 2017
8-9pm
Where: Live Webinar
Australia
Presenter: Black Dog Institute
Contact: Black Dog Institute

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Course Information

Presented By: Black Dog Institute

Course Type: Live Webinar

Price: Free

Start Date: 15/02/2017 1:00 PM

Duration: 1 hour

CPD Points: 2 QI&CPD points | 2 Core ACRRM points | MH CPD

Areas of Interest: General Practice, Mental Health

Overview

Eating disorders are common in the community. Treatment of established eating disorders is difficult and the evidence suggests that early intervention is important to prevent devastating long term illness.

This webinar will focus on eating disorders as they present to general practice and discuss the ways in which online resources can be incorporated into the care of patients both in the early and late stages of the illness and even contribute in some ways to prevention.

Dr Anthea Fursland from the Centre for Clinical Interventions in Western Australia will be our guest expert. Anthea is an acknowledged international expert in the treatment of eating disorders and is responsible for the development of the resources available on the Centre for Clinical Interventions website.

Our GP panelist, Dr Sarah Weaver, has significant experience in the management of eating disorders in the primary care environment.

We will also be joined by Dr Sarah Maguire form the Centre for Eating and Dieting Disorders who is leading a project to develop an online treatment program for patients suffering from binge eating disorders.

Who should attend: GPs and GP registrars who are interested in achieving better outcomes for their patients with mild to moderate mental health problems.

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