Hosted by the Australia & New Zealand Academy of Eating Disorders

5-6 April, 2019

You are invited to 2019’s ANZAED Autumn workshop series, to be held at the Grand Mercure Hotel Auckland, in the heart of Auckland's CBD/waterfront. We have a full and exciting program for clinicians both new to and experienced in working with eating disorders, including both local and international speaker expertise:

Program at a glance:

Friday Keynote Address - Obesity Policies and Impact on Eating Disorders, a UK perspective By Dr Dasha Nichols, Imperial College London

Friday workshops – 9:30am to 5:30pm

  1. Introductory Workshop for Clinicians New to Eating Disorders 

By the South Island Specialist Eating Disorder Team

  1. Different approaches for Longstanding Anorexia Nervosa
    By Dr Anthea Fursland, WAEDOCS & Gini McIntosh, University of Canterbury
  2. Dietetic Interventions in the Outpatient setting (half day)
    By Shane Jeffrey, River Oak Health and Food Mind Body
  3. Eating disorders in young children  (half day)

By Dr Dasha Nichols, Imperial College London

Saturday workshops – 8:30am to 4:30pm

  1. Engaging with young people and families when working inter-culturally with adolescent eating disorders. How can FT-ED contribute to developing this area of work?
    By Liz Dodge, Family and Systemic Psychotherapist, London
  2. Group Cognitive Remediation Therapy for Eating Disorders
    By Dr Marion Roberts, University of Auckland & Nurture Psychology
  3. Dietetic Interventions in the Inpatient setting and an overview of re-feeding syndrome, and expert panel discussion & round-table
    By Shane Jeffrey, River Oak Health and Food Mind Body, & expert dietitian panel (Bridgit Eder, Stella Friedlander, Estella Leek, Fiona Sutherland)

A pre-workshop bus tour (with lunch provided) will also be held on Thursday 4th April from 10:45am to 4:45pm of the Tupu Ora Eating Disorders Services. Registrants will have the opportunity to visit the Tupu Ora Eating Disorders Unit as well as the Tupu Ora Starship Inpatient Service at the Starship Children’s Hospital. 

For more details and to register, visit