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Past Events

2017-2018:

  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)

     

Please see link below to access webinar for this event:

Webinar Recording

2.     Specialized Treatment Training:

  • January 2018: Binge Eating for Bariatric Clients.

            SpeakerDr. 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

     

  1. Paediatric intensive treatment perspective

    Speakers: McMaster Children’s Hospital Multidisciplinary Team, Hamilton 

  2. Adult intensive treatment perspective 

    Speakers: Toronto General Hospital Multidisciplinary Team, Toronto

  3. Lifespan outpatient treatment perspective

    Speakers: Health Sciences North Multidisciplinary Team, Sudbury

  4. Tracking clinical changes to inform and support effective treatment planning in an adult outpatient program

Speakers: St-Joseph’s Health Care Multidisciplinary  Team, Hamilton

  1. 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

  1. Overview of network planning activities 

Speaker: Sharon Zister, OCOPED

  1. 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  

  1. Applying research and clinical judgment to care pathway decision making.  

    Speaker: Dr. Michele Laliberte, St. Joseph’s Healthcare, Hamilton

  2. Patient and carer perspectives: What are the current priorities?

    Speakers: Dr. Nicole Obeid, CHEO, Ottawa & Dr. Gail McVey, University Health Network,   

    Toronto

  3. Ministry perspective: Applying lessons learned from first episode psychosis in Ontario (EPION) to eating disorders.

Speaker: Catherine Ford, MOHLTC

Quality Standards

Speaker: Lacey Phillips, Health Quality Ontario

  1. 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

 


Partnerships

The Ontario Ministry of Health (MOH) in partnership with:

  • The University Health Network (Toronto General Division)
  • The Hospital for Sick Children
  • Provincial network of specialized eating disorder service providers

Contact Us

Ontario Community Outreach
Program for Eating Disorders

University Health Network
Toronto General Hospital
200 Elizabeth Street
Toronto, ON, M5G 2C4  

416-340-4051
416-340-3200
Pat.Valenti@uhn.ca