Who should attend?
Academics, researchers and professors
- Learn, network and engage with your peers at the cutting edge of eating disorder research across the globe.
- Come together to hear from experts and those who are experts by their own experience at EDIC 2020, organised by Beat, the UK’s eating disorder charity in partnership with the Royal College of Psychiatry’s Faculty of Eating Disorders.
Doctors and clinicians, psychiatrists, psychologists
- Improve your eating disorder practice at EDIC 2020: learn about cutting edge research, hear from experts through their own experience of an eating disorder and network with peers across the eating disorder field.
- CPD accredited, EDIC will enhance your confidence in your practice and career progression.
- Learn from, engage and network with eating disorder experts working at the cutting edge of research across the globe to inform and improve services commissioned in your area.
- Organised by Beat, the UK’s eating disorder charity in partnership with the Royal College of Psychiatry’s Faculty of Eating Disorders, the programme has been co-produced with experts through their own experience of recovery.
Students and Medical students
- Shape your career, boost your knowledge and deepen understanding of eating disorders at EDIC 2020.
- Learn about cutting edge research from leaders in the field, engage with experts through their own experience of an eating disorder and network with clinicians from across the globe.
- EDIC 2020 is accessible for you, Beat are offering discounted rates for students looking to pursue a career in eating disorder care and treatment.
EDIC 2020 scientific programme committee
- Paul Robinson (Chair)
- Janet Treasure
- Ulrike Schmidt
- Richard Taylor
- Rhys Jones
- Jane Morris
- Stephen Anderson
- Dasha Nicholls
- Ursula Philpot
- Ashish Kumar
EDIC 2018 testimonials
“I think this is one of the best conferences I have attended – great range of topics and workshops and always great to meet new people and catch up with old colleagues.”
“Thank you for such an informative event. I thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience and have come away with so much knowledge that I can not only apply to my own recovery, but also within my role as a professional.”
“I think it's long overdue to have more contributions from people with lived experience at major conferences and so I found the Beat Ambassador's input really excellent.”
“It was even better than anticipated and I found it to be informative and inspiring!
The Scientific Programme Committee will be accepting abstracts for research to be considered for presentation at the Eating Disorders International Conference 2020.
To keep up to date with the latest updates about the conference programme register your interest in EDIC 2020.