National Strategy Implementation - Forum 3

Healthcare6/19/2024 3:00 AM

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You are warmly invited to the third National Eating Disorders Strategy 2023-2033 Implementation Forum.

This forum is for all mental health professionals and those that support mental health professionals (e.g. managers, leaders) across role and service setting.

During this forum, NEDC will support attendees to understand their role in the National Strategy, providing information, resources, and support networks to guide you in this work. You will hear from speakers representing different services and mental health professions who will speak about the activities that they have undertaken to enhance their service response to eating disorders.

There will also be a live Q&A.

A mental health professional is an umbrella term for those professions that can provide psychological support and evidence-based psychological treatment for people experiencing an eating disorder. These professions include psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists, psychiatrists, counsellors, mental health nurses, nurse practitioners, and psychotherapists.

Together, we can all take action to build a nationally consistent, effective, equitable, and coordinated system of care that meets the needs of people experiencing or at risk of eating disorders and their families, supports, and communities.


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National Eating Disorders Collaboration

National Eating Disorders Collaboration

The National Eating Disorders Collaboration (NEDC) is an initiative of the Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care. Their mission is to provide evidence-based information, resources, and support for eating disorder prevention, early intervention, treatment, and recovery. They work with health professionals, educators, sports and fitness professionals, families, supports, and people with lived experience to raise awareness, improve understanding, and promote best practices in the field of eating disorders. The NEDC is committed to embracing diversity and eliminating discrimination in healthcare, providing a safe place for all individuals seeking help.