In January 2022, we held a full-day online event to celebrate the launch of EDIFY. Co-hosted with the FREED and Academic Health Sciences networks, the event explored how we could revolutionise early intervention for eating disorders. The day featured exclusive insights into research and practice developments in the field, such as a preview of the progress of the FREED (First Episode Rapid Early Intervention for Eating Disorders) national roll out and keynote talks from international investigators at the forefront of innovative early intervention research, as well as a comprehensive overview of the EDIFY project.
If you missed the event, you can watch some of the content here!
Launch Event: What is EDIFY?Watch the introductory presentation by Professor Ulrike Schmidt and Dr Helen Sharpe from our January 2022 EDIFY launch event, which was run in collaboration with the FREED and Academic Health Sciences Networks.
Launch Event: Update on the National Roll Out of FREEDHear more from Dr Karina Allen and Ms Katie Richards on the status of the national roll out of the First Episode Early Intervention (FREED) programme. Several EDIFY studies will be conducted in collaboration with the FREED network.
Keynote talk - Making early intervention earlier, Professor Tracey Wade + Q&A session with James DownsProfessor Tracey Wade from Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia was one of our brilliant keynote speakers at the January 2022 EDIFY launch event. Watch Tracey’s talk and the subsequent Question & Answer session with James Downs, expert by experience, here.
Keynote talk - Talking about weight, shape and eating with your teenager, Professor Phillipa Hay + Q&A session with James DownsProfessor Phillipa Hay from Western Sydney University, Australia was one of our brilliant keynote speakers at the January 2022 EDIFY launch event in collaboration with the FREED and AHSN networks. Watch Phillipa’s talk and the subsequent Question & Answer session with James Downs, expert by experience, here.
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