Events

Eating Disorders

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03/23/19 Online

Dealing with Drinking and Eating Disorders

We know that roughly half of individuals who struggle with Bulimia binge drink, and also that about 50% of women who drink problematically go through phases of disordered eating. In this workshop, we'll explore safety planning as a harm-reduction tool, look at the benefits of self-compassion, and discuss what relapse prevention strategies might work best for you.

Open to anyone with experiences of disordered eating and harmful drinking.

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03/28/19 Webinar

Canadian Nutrition Society: Help Your Clients Make Nutrient-Dense Food Choices

Help your clients shift their food choices toward nutrient-dense options and meet food group recommendations as detailed by dietary guidance. Join us for a complimentary webinar, including 1 FREE continuing education credit, to learn more about the concept of nutrient density, and how to help your clients build more nutrient-dense diets.

More information here: www.bellinstitute.com/webinar 

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04/05/19 Rocky Mountaineer Station, 1755 Cottrell Street, Vancouver

Looking Glass Foundation’s 15th Annual Gala

With your generous support and the dedication of many volunteers, we are creating a community of glowing stars, shining bright with hope for the hundreds of youth and adults who suffer from eating disorders each and every year. Although it may sometimes feel we are just a single star alone in the night, if we step back and look up we realize we are part of something magical. For some it may be difficult to step back and look up, which is why your support is so critical as it helps sufferers and their families to no longer feel alone.

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04/06/19 Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, Vancouver BC

7th Annual BC Obesity Conference

7th Annual BC Obesity Conference 

Target audience: family physicians, surgeons, registered dietitians, nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, midwives, residents, others with an interest in caring for the obese patientCourse content: https://ubccpd.ca/course/BCOS2019#AgendaRegister: https://events.eply.com/BCOS2019

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04/10/19 In person or webinar

PATSEDP Eating Disorders Education Series

WHAT:  Provincial Adult tertiary & Specialized Eating Disorders Program (PATSEDP) Eating Disorders Education Series: Connecting care providers throughout BC with evidence-based practice, training, and insights to promote holistic care.

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04/10/19 Free Webinar

You Ask, We Tell - An Open Question and Answer Session with the Experts

It’s back! We always receive such positive feedback from our Open Question and Answer sessions that we wanted to give you more! In past webinars we have explored, discussed and examined topics that we believe to be of considerable importance in your recovery journey. This time, we’re turning the microphone in your direction. During this online presentation, we are offering a full hour dedicated to your questions. We want to hear what you have to say.

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04/11/19 Webinar

Eating Disorders and Type 1 Diabetes: Strategies to Navigate This ‘Perfect Storm’

WHAT:  Eating Disorders and Type 1 Diabetes: Strategies to Navigate This ‘Perfect Storm’

WHEN:  Thursday, April 11, 2019 from 11:00-12:00pm

WHERE: Online webinar

WHO:  Presented by Mike Swinyard, MD, FAAP, ED-DMT1 Team Endocrinologist of Centre for Change

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04/11/19 Webinar

Eating Disorders and Type 1 Diabetes: Strategies to Navigate This ‘Perfect Storm’

Eating Disorders and Type 1 Diabetes: Strategies to Navigate This ‘Perfect Storm’Presented by Mike Swinyard, MD, FAAP, ED-DMT1 Team Endocrinologist

More information here: http://centerforchange.com/professionals/webinars

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04/17/19 Free Webinar

Lies for Sale - How to Navigate Media Manipulation in ED Recovery

Media Literacy: Every day we are bombarded with images and messages from the media and, whether we like it or not, our brains are constantly absorbing information about how we should think and feel about our bodies and our food choices.

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05/08/19 In person or webinar

PATSEDP Eating Disorders Education Series

WHAT:  Provincial Adult tertiary & Specialized Eating Disorders Program (PATSEDP) Eating Disorders Education Series: Connecting care providers throughout BC with evidence-based practice, training, and insights to promote holistic care.

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