Thank you for attending the Nordic Conference on Eating Disorders #neds22
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One aim of the Nordic Eating Disorder Society (NEDS) is to facilitate research in the field, especially research that implies co-operation among professionals in the field in the Nordic countries. To support this aim, we now invite all young researchers (masters students, PhD students and postdocs) to a 90 min presentation and social interaction event, moderated by Rasmus Isomaa, chair of NEDS, and David Clinton, associate professor at Karolinska Institutet. Pre-registration is required.
CHANGE IN PROGRAM!
The thematic session “Mentalization based therapy” is unfortunately cancelled. We move the thematic session “Binge Eating Disorder” over to the Auditorium Utsikt. The third session, “Transgender in eating disorders” is held in Auditorium Bredde as originally sheduled.
Buses takes you to the gala dinner Thursday evening
We have booked buses to take us to (and from) the gala dinner at Holmenkollen Restaurant. It is also possible to get here by tube (or taxi). The buses will leave from The Olympic Sports hotel at 06:30 PM (for those who stay at this hotel) and concurrently from the back side of Thon Hotel Opera, (Dronning Eufemias gate 4, 0191 Oslo). Buses will have “NEDS” signage. Returns will be at 10:30 PM from Holmenkollen Restaurant. #neds22
Are you planning on attending the outdoor workshop on Friday?
As this workshop takes place outside, please bring a jacket or sweater suitable for Norwegian September mornings. In addition we ask you to bring your cellphone and some ear pods (if you have). This workshops will cover the time period for two sessions; hence from 09.00-11.15am. #neds22
Professor Bryn Austin
Accelerating Progress in Prevention of Eating Disorders: A call for Policy Translation Research & Training.
Dr. KariAnne Vrabel
Moving beyond pre and post – a clinical approach.
Professor Anna Keski-Rahkonen
Hope for Eating Disorders? Building successful long-term outcomes.
Professor Eric Stice
Effective and Efficacious Eating Disorder Prevention Programs