WM Early Interventions in Eating Disorders

23 September 2020 Webinar

Join us at this virtual informal session to discuss the potential implementation of the FREED Model and what it would mean to your site. 

The West Midlands Academic Health Science Network would like to invite you to a virtual informal session to discuss the potential implementation of the FREED Model and what it would mean to your site. 

The session will feature short presentations from the developers of FREED at SLaM and hear from the FREED team at Forward Thinking Birmingham of their experience of implementing FREED. Presentations will also include sharing insights from other services across the country in implementing FREED and the potential benefits of joining the FREED network. There will then be a question and answer session.

Submitting questions ahead of the session

In order to encourage frank and open discussions, we would like to offer all attendees the opportunity to submit questions in the booking form, in preparation of the Q&A session.

Agenda

  • Introduction to AHSNs - Lucy Chatwin, Head of Innovation, Implementation and Adoption
  • Being part of the FREED Network – what’s in it for you - Danielle Glennon, National FREED Lead & Clinical Lead, SLaM
  • Insights and Implentation - Danielle Glennon, National FREED Lead & Clinical Lead, SLaM & Sheryllin McNeil, Psychological Therapies & FREED Lead, Forward Thinking Birmingham
  • Q&A Section; Discuss questions submitted before and arising during the session - All
  • Next Steps - Lesley Devaney, ED Assistant Programme Manager, WMAHSN

Who should attend?

We are very keen that representation from each West and East Midlands Mental Health Trust and Eating Disorder Site participates, as it is the whole ED service team that is pivotal in developing pathways and improving outcomes. These roles could include:

  • Clinicians
  • Psychologists / Psychotherapists
  • Family Therapists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Nurses
  • Reception/ Admin Staff
  • General management representatives,
  • Clinical colleagues
  • Clinical trainees

Register for the event here.