1. Eating Disorder Professional Rounds:
February 2018: Refeeding hospitalized children and adolescents with Anorexia Nervosa: is “start low, advance slow” urban legend or evidence based?
Speaker: Dr. Debra K. Katzman. The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
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2. Specialized Treatment Training:
January 2018: Binge Eating for Bariatric Clients.
Speaker: Dr. Michele Laliberte, St. Joseph's Healthcare – Hamilton
Please see link below to access this OTN archived event:
OTN Archived Event
3. December 13 & 14, 2017: Annual Provincial Network Meeting for Eating Disorder Service Providers
Topic: Addressing-patient needs: Evidence-based case conceptualization, program re-design and system navigation
Keynote Presentation: Sequencing treatment to optimize patient outcomes: Combining research, clinical judgment, and patient values and perspectives.
Invited Keynote Speaker: Dr. Carolyn Black Becker, PhD, ABPP, FAED, FABCT Trinity Washington University, San Antonio, Texas
Applying the evidence-based case conceptualization model to the Ontario Context: Responding to the needs of patients and families through program re-design. Facilitated Panel Presentations
Facilitator: Dr. Anita Federici, PhD, C.Psych, DBT Training and Consulting
Paediatric intensive treatment perspective
Speakers: McMaster Children’s Hospital Multidisciplinary Team, Hamilton
Adult intensive treatment perspective
Speakers: Toronto General Hospital Multidisciplinary Team, Toronto
Lifespan outpatient treatment perspective
Speakers: Health Sciences North Multidisciplinary Team, Sudbury
Tracking clinical changes to inform and support effective treatment planning in an adult outpatient program
Speakers: St-Joseph’s Health Care Multidisciplinary Team, Hamilton
Facilitated group discussion (Q & A)
Facilitators: Dr. Anita Federici & Dr. Carolyn Black Becker
Navigating the larger system of care: Facilitated panel presentations
Facilitators: Sharon Zister & Gail McVey, OCOPED
Overview of network planning activities
Speaker: Sharon Zister, OCOPED
Out of our comfort zone: Supporting an eating disorder informed approach in a rural setting.
Speaker: Dave Roy, Program Director, Addiction Services, HopeGreyBruce Mental Health and Addictions Services
Applying research and clinical judgment to care pathway decision making.
Speaker: Dr. Michele Laliberte, St. Joseph’s Healthcare, Hamilton
Patient and carer perspectives: What are the current priorities?
Speakers: Dr. Nicole Obeid, CHEO, Ottawa & Dr. Gail McVey, University Health Network,
Ministry perspective: Applying lessons learned from first episode psychosis in Ontario (EPION) to eating disorders.
Speaker: Catherine Ford, MOHLTC
Speaker: Lacey Phillips, Health Quality Ontario
Implications for the direction and work of OCOPED: Next steps in program and systems planning and analysis.
Speakers: Sharon Zister, OCOPED & Dr. Karen MacCon, Provincial System Support Program, Centre For Addiction and Mental Health