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Intensive community treatments as alternatives to hospitalisation

Thank you for participating in the workshop on Intensive Community Treatments as Alternatives to Hospitalisation. It was a such an informative afternoon of sharing knowledge! If you missed this workshop but would like to join us for the next one you can see what we have planned here

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Join Beat, Professor Ulrike Schmidt and other experts to learn about, discuss and take away practical approaches related to intensive community treatments as alternatives to hospitalisation.

Since the pandemic eating disorder hospitalisations have been at an all-time high. Whilst often life-saving, inpatient treatments pose substantial challenges for patients, families and staff alike. Alternatives to in-patient treatment are urgently needed, to either prevent or abbreviate hospital-stays and to promote patient-choice. So what are the alternatives? How good are the outcomes? What is the experience of patients and families? How do treatment models for adolescents and adults differ? What is the role of online or hybrid delivery in this sphere? And what works for who? These and other questions will be explored by our speakers and lived experience contributors.

The workshop content will also be available to ticket holders for up to a month after it has ended. It is also CPD certified!

Date: Tuesday 12th December 2023

Time: 13:30 - 17:00

This workshop will be held virtually and we have an Early Bird ticket price of £45! So don't miss out and sign up here!

Our standard ticket price will be £55

Please note, invoices will only be sent to bookings of 5 or more attendees. If you would like to request an invoice please email

Check out our programme and speakers!

Why attend?

This 4 hour virtual workshop is designed for clinical professionals, academics, carers and other family members. We have an exciting programme planned. Here's a snapshot of what's to come:

Who should attend?

This event is primarily targeted at healthcare professionals and people responsible for shaping and commissioning eating disorder services. It may also be of interest to students, anyone who is caring for someone with an eating disorder, and school or university staff.

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This workshop is CPD accredited.

This workshop is CPD accredited.