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**Programme maybe subject to change*
13:30 - 13:45
Setting the Scene
Introduction Andrew Radford, Chief Executive, Beat (UK)
What do we know about early intervention in eating disorders and where are the gaps?
13:45 - 14:30
Session 1: What can early intervention for eating disorders learn from service models in other fields?
Chair: Professor Ulrike Schmidt
Dr Lee Hudson, Consultant Pediatrician, GosH.
Dr Tom Spencer, Consultant Psychiatrist and Senior Clinical Lecturer in Early Detection and Intervention, IoPPN, KCL
Avalon Ross - Lived experience perspective
Natalie Pike - Lived experience perspective
14:30 - 14:45
Session 2 :The role of brief interventions and technology in early intervention for eating disorders.
Chair : Dr. Fiona Duffy, University of Edinburgh
Dr Karina Allen
Dr Dasha Nicholls
Zoe Summers - Lived experience perspective
Alan Lofthouse- Carer
Session 3: Beyond specialist services: What can staff within primary care, schools and universities do to support prevention and early intervention for eating disorders?
Chair: Dr. Helen Sharpe, University of Edinburgh
Jaz Kaur -Lived experience perspective
Chloe Bell--Lived experience perspective
To include: Professor Ulrike Schmidt, Dr Helen Sharpe, Dr Fiona Duffy, Andrew Radford
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Professor of Eating Disorders & Consultant Psychiatrist.
Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Consultant Clinical Psychologist Eating Disorder Development Team
Senior lecturer in applied psychology at the University of Edinburgh.
Beat's Chief Executive
Lived experience perspective
PHD Researcher at the Centre for Psychiatry and Mental Health at Queen Mary, University of London.
Dr Vibhore Prasad is a working GP and a clinical academic researcher
Dasha Nicholls is Clinical Reader in Child Psychiatry at Imperial College London.
Live experience perspective
Senior Clinical Lecturer at the Department of Psychosis Studies, and Education Lead for the School of Academic Psychiatry at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience.
Lived Experience Perspective
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