From prevention to recovery

ProgramKeynote speakers

Poster presentations

Make sure to visit the Poster presentations during the lunch, #neds22
The lunch is served in at ground floor, and will be in the same room as the poster presentations. We hope you will enjoy the posters, engage in discussions, and participate in networking.


Welcome – we are ready to kick it off!
Have you noticed the invitation to the City Hall Reception tonight? You need a special invitation for this evening event; ask for an invitation at the registration desk – 200 invites are handed out “first come first served”. City Hall reception includes sparkling wine, finger foods, music – and a guided tour at the Hall. PS! Dress code: nice attire

Start the day fresh! #neds22

We offer free participation in guided physical activities outdoors before the #neds22 programme kicks off in the morning. You can take a shower at the venue afterwards.
There are two types of activities, according to your fitness level, ability level and personal preference. There is a walking tour of 45 minutes duration around the beautiful lake Sognsvann, or a jogging tour to the local view cite – giving a wide view above Oslo, the fjord and towards the skijump Holmenkollen. Please register if you want to join – there is more information in the registration links:

All presenters at the #neds22

Dear presenters at the #neds22 We kindly ask that you send your powerpoint-file to the event-agency by email ( by latest 16.00 the day before you are scheduled to present. Files can be sent as an attachment in the email, or you can use services such as Dropbox or WeTransfer to submit larger files.

Tube 5 takes you to the venue

The easiest way to arrive at the conference venue is by tube no 5 (to the terminal station Sognsvann): you’ll find the venue just outside the station. #NEDS22

The 13th Nordic Congress on Eating Disorders
took place in Oslo, Norway, on 7–9 Sep 2022.

The theme of the conference was “From prevention to recovery”.

Hosted by the Norwegian Society for Eating Disorders,
in collaboration with the Nordic Eating Disorder Society.

Keynote speakers

Professor Bryn Austin

Accelerating Progress in Prevention of Eating Disorders: A call for Policy Translation Research & Training.

Dr. KariAnne Vrabel

Dr. KariAnne Vrabel

Moving beyond pre and post – a clinical approach.

Professor Anna Keski-Rahkonen

Professor Anna Keski-Rahkonen

Hope for Eating Disorders? Building successful long-term outcomes.

Professor Eric Stice

Effective and Efficacious Eating Disorder Prevention Programs