Type 1 Diabetes and Disordered Eating (T1DE): Recognition and Risk Management

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Event type Talk with Q&A

Online via Zoom webinar
18:00 - 19:30 UK, 19:00 - 20:30 CET, 14:00 - 15:30 EST
All delegates get access to recordings for 90 days

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This talk, and Q & A, on ‘Type 1 Diabetes and Disordered Eating (T1DE): Recognition and Risk Management’ will consider the impact of diabetes on peoples lives, clinical presentations, and an approach to safe management of the significant associated physical and mental health risks.

Organised by the London and South East ACAMH Branch the format will be a joint talk from Dr. Helen Partridge and Dr. Carla Figueiredo for one-hour, followed by a 30 minute Q & A session. Slides will be made available to delegates after the talk, together with access to a recording of the session for 90 days after the event. Please note these recordings are for the delegate only and due to copyright and cannot be shared. All delegates will receive an CPD certificate via email.

Prices and booking

£15 – ACAMH Members, then £20 after early bird

£20 – Non Members, then £25 after early bird – Join now and save

£5 – ACAMH Undergraduate & Masters Members, at all times

FREE – International members

To book simply click the button at the top of the page, or this link, and fill in the details. ACAMH Members should sign in first to ensure that they get their discount. If you are not an ACAMH Member now is a great time to join and make a saving on this event. Take a look at the different levels of membership on offer.

Key learning points

“This talk is aimed at increasing awareness of people living with Type 1 Diabetes and an Eating Disorder. We will consider the impact of diabetes on peoples lives, clinical presentations and an approach to safe management of the significant associated physical and mental health risks. Our main takeaways are;

  1. Create awareness of T1DE as a serious and dangerous mental and physical health condition
  2. To understand the approach to managing risk in people with T1DE
  3. To recognise the importance of collaborative working between Physical and Mental Health Services to best support people with T1DE.”

Who should attend

This online event is suitable mental health & other health professionals working in a non-clinical and clinical CAMHS settings, paediatric and primary care workers, commissioners of health services, and academics and researchers. Also those with an interest in the aspects of the topic, those working with children and young people, and/or and interest in mental health such as social care workers and leaders, teachers and educational professionals, youth-based service workers and leaders, and parents/carers.

About the speakers

Dr. Helen Partridge trained at St Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical school, London. After completion of specialist training in Wessex she completed a clinical fellowship in Advanced diabetes technologies and therapeutics at University of Toronto, Canada. She was appointed as a Consultant in Diabetes at Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospital in 2013 and is also a visiting fellow at Bournemouth University. Dr. Partridge is lead for the insulin pump service, renal diabetes service and young persons’ diabetes service. She is also lead for the Bertie structured education course and led on the development of the award winning, QISMET accredited Bertieonline. She has an active interest in research and innovation in type 1 diabetes and is clinical lead in the ComPASSION project working with colleagues in the eating disorders service to support people with type 1 diabetes and an eating disorder.

Dr. Carla Figueiredo, Consultant Psychiatrist in Eating Disorders, Dorset Healthcare NHS Trust. Dr. Figueiredo trained at the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa before completing her specialist training in Wessex. She was appointed Consultant Psychiatrist working with the Dorset Healthcare All Age Eating Disorders Service in 2010. Over the last 3 years she has been working closely with her Diabetes colleagues on the Wessex ComPASSION Pilot, looking into how best to support people living with Type 1 Diabetes and an Eating Disorders.

Booking

To book simply click the button at the top of the page, or this link, and fill in the details. ACAMH Members should sign in first to ensure that they get their discount. Recording of the sessions will be available to delegates for 30 days after the event. Please note these recordings are for the delegate only and due to copyright and cannot be shared.

If you are not an ACAMH Member now is a great time to join and make a saving on this event. Take a look at the different levels of membership on offer.