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Research-Practice Global Think Tank - Eating Disorders in the Time of COVID-19

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About the Course:

As the final event of the Virtual International Conference on Eating Disorders 2020 (AED & ANZAED), the Research Practice Global Think Tank will provide a unique opportunity for reflection and discussion on COVID-19 and its impact on eating disorders in research and clinical practice. The session will include 4 panelists. After the co-chairs introduce the topic, each panelist will speak briefly on how their clinical practice and/or research has been impacted by COVID-19 including preliminary results, clinical experiences, and how they may have had to take a different perspective over the course of the global pandemic. Virtual attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and exchange views regarding research-practice integration and COVID-19

This course is based on the book, Research-Practice Global Think Tank – Eating Disorders in the Time of COVID-19 created by Tracey Wade, PhD, FAED, Christine Peat, PhD, FAED, Ruth Striegel Weissman, PhD, FAED, and Brittany Metheson in 2020.

Publication Date:

Jul 2020

Course Material Authors

Tracey Wade, PhD, FAED

Tracey Wade obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Adelaide University in 1985
and then progressed to postgraduate clinical training at the Australian National University, Canberra.
After working in an eating disorder clinic at Cambridge University, UK, she returned to South Australia and completed a PhD exploring genetic and environmental risk factors for eating disorders using a twin population.

Professor Wade is now Dean of the School of Psychology at Flinders University, Adelaide.
As a clinician and researcher in eating disorders, Prof Wade brings extensive experience and
understanding of anorexia nervosa to Professor Nicholas Martin’s ANGI Australia team.
She is recognised as an important contributor to international research on eating disorders, with
more than 140 published papers addressing epidemiology, classification, aetiology, prevention
and treatment. She has also recently co-authored a book on the treatment of perfectionism, a
temperament of special relevance to the development and maintenance of anorexia nervosa.

Christine Peat, PhD, FAED

“Tracey Wade obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Adelaide University in 1985 and then progressed to postgraduate clinical training at the Australian National University,
Canberra. After working in an eating disorder clinic at Cambridge University, UK, she returned to South Australia and completed a PhD exploring genetic and environmental risk factors for
eating disorders using a twin population.

Professor Wade is now Dean of the School of Psychology at Flinders University, Adelaide.
As a clinician and researcher in eating disorders, Prof Wade brings extensive experience and
understanding of anorexia nervosa to Professor Nicholas Martin’s ANGI Australia team.
She is recognised as an important contributor to international research on eating disorders, with
more than 140 published papers addressing epidemiology, classification, aetiology, prevention
and treatment. She has also recently co-authored a book on the treatment of perfectionism, a
temperament of special relevance to the development and maintenance of anorexia nervosa.”
Dr. Peat is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders. Her broader research interests center on the etiology and treatment of both eating and weight disorders; however, her primary interests are in binge eating disorders, overeating, and obesity. She is particularly interested in the intersection between obesity, bariatric surgery, and eating pathology and investigating the outcomes associated with success after bariatric surgery. Dr. Peat also evaluates the available treatment options for binge eating disorder and investigates medical morbidities associated with eating disorders.

Ruth Striegel Weissman, PhD, FAED
Brittany Metheson

Course Creator

Sandi Cardaman

Sandi Cardaman has been a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for more than 15 years. She has worked with eating disorders, domestic violence and clients who are working with the dependency system.

Recommended For:

Counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists and social workers. This course is appropriate for all levels of knowledge.

Course Objectives:

  1. Discuss how to improve and adapt established treatment (CBTe) during COVID-19

  2. Identify ways COVID-19 affects those with eating disorders

  3. Identify new avenues of research and opportunity generated as a result of a global pandemic

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