Program

We aim to give you a memorable congress experience, keeping a high scientific level, offering a varied program; and also including sporting activities for mental and physical health. During the congress you are offered oral presentations, poster presentations, workshops – and of course inspiring meetings with dedicated colleagues and friends.

Wednesday

When What Where Details
11.00-11-30 Opening
11:30-12.30 Keynote Auditorium Innsikt Prof. Bryn Austin: Accelerating Progress in Prevention of Eating Disorders: A call for Policy Translation Research & Training
Chair: Jorunn Sundgot-Borgen
12:30-13-30 Lunch Kombihall/skytebane With poster session
13:45-14.45 Paper presentation See each presentation

P1a. Sports and exercise

Chair: Therese F. Mathisen, room: Auditorium Bredde

  • A 16-week online sports nutrition intervention reduces symptoms of eating disorders in female endurance athletes with risk of relative energy deficiency in sport (RED-S). By Ida Fahrenholtz
  • "I Care": An evaluation of an online psycho-educational intervention about eating disorders for coaches and trainers. By Emma Forsen Mantilla
  • Is Disordered Eating related to Sexual Harassment and Abuse? A Cross-sectional Study of 1182 Young Athletes and Non-athletes. By Nina Sølvberg

P1b. Somatic challenges

Chair: Jorunn Sudgot-Borgen, room: Auditorium Topp

  • Fracture Risk in Danish Patients with Anorexia Nervosa: A 40-year-cohort-study. By Mette Søeby
  • Screening for Disordered Eating Behavior in Type 1 Diabetes – Attitudes and Understanding of Diabetes Eating Problem Survey Revised among Adolescents. By Caroline Abild
  • The experiences of young females with type 1 diabetes participating in eating disorders prevention groups. A qualitative feasibility study. By Trine Hage
  • Subjective Experiences of Negative Energy Balance in Patients with High vs Low Genetic Risk of Anorexia Nervosa. By Jet Termorshuizen

P1c. Treatment challenges

Chair: Inger Becker, room: Auditorium Utsikt

  • Bullying and other stressful life events among individuals with a history of eating disorders: a case-control comparison. By Selma Lie
  • Expert advice to future clinicians. By Johanna Levallius
  • Preferred characteristics in therapists, from the patient and carer perspective. By Johanna Levallius
  • Comorbid Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Aggravates Impulsive Eating Disorder Symptoms and Suicidality. By Andreas Birgegård
15.00-15.15 Coffee Outside Auditoriums
15:30-17.00 Thematic seminar See each TS

T1-a: Are we overlooking potential neurocognitive effects from guided physical exercise during therapy of EDs?

Chaired by Dr. Therese F. Mathisen, room: Auditorium Bredde

T1-b: Somatic health in anorexia nervosa.

Chaired by Prof. René Klinkby Støving, room: Auditorium Utsikt

T1-c: How to approach treatment of people with obesity and BED.

Chaired by Mari-Mette Graff, room: Auditorium Topp

17.00-18.00 NEDS General Assembly,
chaired by Sanna Aila Gustafsson
Auditorium Utsikt
19:30–21.00 City hall reception

Thursday

When What Where Details
07:30-08.45 Sport activity
09.00-10.00 Keynote Auditorium Innsikt Dr. Karianne Vrabel: Moving beyond pre and post - a clinical approach
Chair: Rasmus Isomaa
10:15-11.15 Workshop See each WS

WS1-a: Is it time for a paradigm shift? Moving from evidence-based treatment to evidence-based treatment relationship

Chair: Pia Charpentier, room: Auditorium Bredde

WS1-b: MFT and FBT – friends or foes? Multi-Family Therapy versus Family Based Treatment in anorexia nervosa

Chair: Kristin Stedal, room: Auditorium Utsikt

WS1-c: Prevention and recovery with self-compassion - What do I need in meeting with myself?

Chair: Tone Seim Fuglset, room: Auditorium Topp

11:30-12.30 Paper presentation See each presentation

P2a. Treatment

Chair: Pia Charpentier, room: Auditorium Utsikt

  • Multifamily therapy in a real world setting: a retrospective study of treatment outcome. By Ingrid Funderud
  • Self-admission to inpatient treatment for anorexia nervosa. By Maria Øverås
  • An Evaluation of Family-Based Treatment for Restrictive-type Eating Disorders, Delivered as Standard Care in a Public Mental Health Service. By Mette Bentz

P2b. Diagnostics and epidemiology

Chair: Jakobs Anna Danielsson, room: Auditorium Bredde

  • Prevalence of feeding and eating disorders in Norwegian Adolescents: The first update since 1999. By Camilla Dahlgren
  • Occurrence, detection, treatment, and natural course of eating disorders: A population-based study of adolescents and young adults in Finland. By Yasmina Silén
  • The need for diagnostic clarity around atypical anorexia nervosa in research and clinical practice. By Andreas Birgegård

P2c. Body image

Chair: Kethe Svantorp-Tveiten, room: Auditorium Topp

  • The first 20 weeks of pregnancy is a high-risk period for eating disorder relapse. By Charlotte Sollid
  • The effect of own body concerns on judgements of other women's body size. By Lise Gulli Brokjob
  • Prevention of Unhealthy Weight, Disordered Eating, and Poor Body Image in Children. Perspectives From Norwegian Parents and Healthcare Professionals. By Charlotte Fiskum
12:30-13-15 Lunch Kombihall/skytebane With poster session
13:30-15.00 Thematic seminar See each TS

T2-a: Transgender in eating disorders.

Chaired by Dr. Gry Kjærsdam Telléus, room: Auditorium Bredde

T2-b: Mentalization based therapy.

Chaired by Bente Sommerfeldt, room Auditorium Utsikt

T2-c: Binge eating disorder.

Chaired by Dr. Sanna Aila Gustafsson, room: Auditorium Topp

15.00-15.15 Coffee Outside Auditoriums
15:15-15.30 AED/PCAC
15:30-16.30 Keynote Auditorium Innsikt Prof. Eric Stice: Effective and Efficacious Eating Disorder Prevention Programs, chair: Jorunn Sundgot-Borgen
19.00 Gala dinner

Friday

When What Where Details
07:30-08.45 Sport activity
09.00-10.00 Workshop See each WS

WS2-a: Eating disorder and psychotherapy

Chair: Heiða Rut Guðmundsdóttir, room: Auditorium Topp

WS2-b: Temperament-based therapy with supports (TBT-S). A neurobiologically informed treatment

Chair: Christine Sundgot-Borgen, room: Auditorium Utsikt

WS2-c: Friluftsliv and nature experiences in eating disorder recovery (continues into WS-3)

Chair: Solfrid Bratland-Sanda, meet: At NIH Service center

10:15-11.15 Workshop See each WS

WS3-a: Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger – improving training and support for professionals

Chair: Rasmus Isomaa, room: Auditorium Utsikt

WS3-b: Binge eating disorder, weight, stigma and health

Chair: Jorunn Sundgot-Borgen, room: Auditorium Topp

WS2/3-c: Friluftsliv and nature experiences in eating disorder recovery (continues from WS-2)

Chair: Solfrid Bratland-Sanda, meet: At NIH Service center

11:30-12.30 Keynote Auditorium Innsikt Prof. Anna Keski-Rahkonen: Hope for Eating Disorders? Building successful long-term outcomes
Chair: Therese F. Mathisen
12:30-13.30 Closing remarks Auditorium Innsikt Chair: Therese F. Mathisen
13:30 Lunch (grab & go) Outside Auditorium Innsikt
14:00-15.30 Nordic Network for
Young Researchers (see below)
Auditorium FU 1.1

Friday September 9th at 14:00-15.30

Nordic Network for Young Researchers

New research and new researchers are essential to the sustainability of the eating disorder field. 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 an event in conjunction to the Nordic ED conference in Oslo. The program includes short presentations and social interaction. Our ambition is that this event will be the first step of the formation of a Nordic network for young researchers in the ED field.

The event will be moderated by Rasmus Isomaa, chair of NEDS, and David Clinton, associate professor at Karolinska Institutet.

The event is free of charge, lasts 90 minutes, but pre-registration is required.