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Eating Disorders HIT fifth research conference

28 June 2019

Bringing together people with lived experience of eating disorders, researchers and mental health professionals

People with lived experience of eating disorders, researchers and mental health professionals met for the Eating Disorders Health Integrations Team’s (EDHIT) fifth research conference on 17 May 2019 at the University of Bristol’s School of Psychological Science.

Feedback from the 40 attendees and the speakers was very positive. The varied talks generated a lot of interest and discussion. The meeting also provided plenty of opportunities for networking and informal discussion.

Thank you to everyone for making this such a successful event.

Speakers

This is the programme of talks, with links to the Speakers’ slides:

The role of anxiety in anorexia nervosa: is it causal? (PDF)

Caitlin Lloyd, School of Psychological Science and School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol


Sense of self and well-being in people living with, and beyond, anorexia nervosa (PDF)

Samantha Hughes, School of Natural Sciences, University of Gloucestershire


Short term psychological recovery and weight restoration following adolescent inpatient treatment – clinical and theoretical implications (PDF)

Ian Frampton, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Exeter


Embedding eating disorders research in the clinical protocol: an example from Spain (PDF)

Sarah Sauchelli Toran, NIHR Bristol Biomedical Research Centre (Nutrition Theme), University of Bristol

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