Thursday 15 November 2012

Looking for something to do next weekend, UK people?

As you may know I'm helping to organise a two-day FEAST UK conference in Nottingham next weekend - Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th November. It's going to be a fabulous event with the Great and the Good of the UK eating disorders world speaking - including Professor Janet Treasure - along with workshops, etc - and the venue is an amazing Victorian gothic hotel! But we urgently need more bums / butts on seats. Read on...

Although we've sold loads of tickets, we still have room for more at a cost of just £40 per delegate per day (families and carers) or £60 per professional. Tickets include coffee on arrival and mid-morning, lunch and afternoon tea which is excellent value. So put it in your diary and book your tickets now!

Here is the programme and you can book your tickets here:

Friday Programme 23rd November 2012 

8.45 Introduction and housekeeping Charlotte Bevan "F.E.A.S.T. and what we do" Fiona Bromelow

9 - 10.45 Keynote Speech Professor Janet Treasure

10:45-11:15 Coffee

11.15 Plenary

"First Steps Derby" Danielle Sinclair
"Freed Beeches" Yvonne Broughton
"Beat, the UK's leading Eating Disorders Charity" Susan Ringwood

 "The ECHO Project" Dr Pamela McDonald
"Professionals, Carers and the Internet" Dr Rachel Polonsky and Dr Maria Finnis

12:30 Q and A Session with the morning's speakers

1- 1.45 Lunch

1.45 Plenary

"Boys get anorexia Too" Jenny Langley
 "The ECHO Project" Dr Pamela McDonald
"Professionals, Carers and the Internet" Dr Rachel Polonskyand Dr Maria Finnis

3:00- 3:30 Tea

3.30 - 5.30 "Skills Based Learning for Carers" a presentation for professionals. Gill Todd

Saturday Programme 24th November 2012 

8.45 Housekeeping and Introductions Charlotte Bevan

9.00 - 10.15 B-EAT our work with carers Susan Ringwood, Succeed Karine Berthou 15 minutes

10.30-11 Coffee

11.00 - 12:30 C&M Films Charlotte Bevan 10 minutes Practical Skills for Carers, Workshop, Part One Gill Todd

12.30 - 1.30 Lunch

1.30 - 3.30 Practical Skills for Carers, Workshop, Part Two Gill Todd

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