Advanced Eating Disorders (1 Day Course)

Facilitator Paola Falcoski



This new course is aimed at Advanced Dietitians with a minimum of 4 years of Eating Disorder experience; we recommend completing the 2-day Eating Disorders course before attending this course. 

The course aims to empower experienced and specialist ED dietitians in effectively handling complex caseloads by offering practical guidance. 

The course supports clinical decision-making at an advanced practice level. It uses level 7 teaching to develop skills in critical thinking, using evidence beyond guidelines, and working with complexity. Taught by experienced dietitians, it takes the participants through advanced-level areas of practice. The content reflects what skilled and experienced dietitians will see in practice, and draws on available evidence, theory, and resources. The course covers key aspects of Autism, PDA, PAWS, Food refusal, T1DE feeding under restraint, trauma, and the role of the court of protection. Students will be orientated to these advanced practice areas and critical discussion of cases to support critical thinking and decision-making in areas lacking a robust evidence base.  

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  • BDA Member £165
  • Non-Member £230

Please note that you must register here to secure your place on this course, the BDA will not guarantee your place via purchase order numbers emailed to us.

The online registration must be completed and your purchase order number must be quoted on the online registration below.