Exhibition and Sponsorship

Priory

Priory is the UK’s largest independent provider of eating disorder treatment. We recognise that eating disorders are complex and unique to each individual, so tailor our treatment programmes to meet the needs of each patient. This enables us to produce the most positive outcomes for each individual seeking our support.

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Orri

Orri is a specialist Intensive Day Treatment service for those living with eating disorders and their families. We exist to collaborate with experts by experience and partners to enhance accessible and quality treatment throughout the UK, so that individuals, families and communities can thrive.

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Medical Research Foundation

The Medical Research Foundation invests directly in medical research – donations to the Foundation are never spent on campaigning, advocacy, or support services.

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SEDIG

The Scottish Eating Disorders Interest Group (SEDIG) is a unique supportive forum comprised of professionals, carers and those in recovery from an eating disorder. Education and training in relation to evidence based interventions, providing support for carers and striving for equity of access to high quality services are current areas of priority for SEDIG.

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Royal College of Psychiatrists Faculty of Eating Disorders

The Faculty of Eating Disorders within the Royal College of Psychiatrists works to secure the best outcome for people with eating disorders. We do this by promoting excellent services; supporting the prevention of eating disorders; ensuring prompt treatment to achieve higher recovery rates and reduce complications; improving medical training in eating disorders; promoting quality and research; setting standards, and being the voice of eating disorders psychiatry. You can read more about the Faculty and join our mailing list on our webpage.

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The Quality Network for Eating Disorders

The Quality Network for Eating Disorders (QED) works with inpatient and community services to assure and improve the quality of services treating people with eating disorders and their carers. Involving service users and carers in QED is a priority, and people with first-hand experience of using eating disorders services are encouraged to get involved in all stages of the review process. QED accreditation assures staff, service users and carers, commissioners and regulators of the quality of the service being provided.

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Bramacare

The White House is a Transitional Eating Disorder Service for adults. We provide nursing residential care, a step down programme and domiciliary care. The White House is in the heart of the community working closely with Primary Care, Mental Health Teams and Social Care to tailor care package for each individual.

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Ellern Mede

Ellern Mede Eating Disorder and Education Services are internationally renowned for helping children and young adults achieve effective recovery through flexible inpatient and outpatient treatments, from short to medium term duration. We have one of the highest staff to patient ratios and offer NHS and Private services from early intervention to high dependency as well as follow up outpatient care.

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EDIC 2020 offers many opportunities for sponsorship that provide the opportunity to participate and gain maximum exposure to delegates. The packages available are flexible and the conference team will assist you and your organisation to tailor a specific sponsorship package to meet your needs. 

The team will also work with you to ensure that any individual aspect of the conference you may be sponsoring is well planned, attended and gains your company full exposure.

If you are interested in exhibiting or sponsoring at EDIC 2020, please contact our Corporate Fundraising Manager, Sadie Miller on s.miller@beateatingdisorders.org.uk.