Collaboratively Managing Eating Disorders in the Adult Population
Continuing Professional Development Workshop accredited by University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine
This 3.0-hour workshop ( 2-hours synchronous session and 1-hour asynchronous online activities) will focus on identifying the relationship between mental health issues and eating disorders, including common causes and risk factors. The facilitators will use case-based learning to help attendees understand the etiology, prevalence, assessment tools, principles of medical management and treatment for anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa.
Learners who actively engage and complete this workshop will be able to:
- Apply an integrated and collaborative approach when working with patients with eating disorders
- Describe the physical and mental health assessment of patients with eating disorders
- Discuss an approach to managing the physical and mental health needs of patients with eating disorders
- Identify an inter-professional and team-based approach to managing eating disorders in primary care and other health care settings
- Learn about available clinical resources
This Continuing Professional Development Workshop is accredited by University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine for Mainpro+ and Section 1 credits/hours. Upon successful completion of all requirements of this workshop, attendees can claim 3.0 hours/credits.
Your Time Commitment:
- 1-hour Flexible - Complete pre and post requirements
- 2-hours Scheduled Session, November 17th, 5:30 - 7:30pm
- Dr. Susan Wnuk, Ph.D, C.Psych
- Dr. Marina Abdel Malak, BSc.N, MD, CCFP
Who Should Register?
All healthcare teams and providers (i.e. nurses, physicians, social workers, occupational and physical therapists etc.), as well as managers and administrators in primary care, hospital, long-term care and community care settings who are working with patients and families to address complex care issues, with a particular focus on co-existing mental and physical needs may register.
To learn more about the MP3C program, click here.
MP3C Calendar -September 2022 to May 2022
Practice Improvement Workshops:
- October 13: Caring About Confusion: Clinical Approaches to Delirium (click here to register)
- October 26: Putting Sleep Disorders to Rest in Medically Complex Patients (click here to register)
- January 19: An Approach to Dementia-Related Behaviours for Providers and Caregivers (Learn details) - Registration coming soon
- February 22: Practical Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Skills in Non-Mental Health Settings (Learn details) - Registration coming soon
- March 9: Integrated Obesity & Mental Health Care: Practical Strategies to Improve Outcomes (Learn details) - Registration coming soon
- November 1 - December 12, 202: Patients and Families as Partners in Integrated Collaborative Care (click here to register)
- January 10 - February 20, 2022: Evidence and Models of Integrated Collaborative Care (click here to register)
- February 28 - April 17, 2022: Quality Improvement in an Integrated Mental and Physical Health Setting (click here to register)
About the Medical Psychiatry Collaborative Care Certificate (MP3C)
MP3C is a University of Toronto accredited Continuing Professional Development Certificate program and has been approved as a Certificate of Completion in Continuing Professional Development for 39.0 hours.
This certificate program supports learning in integrated mental and physical collaborative health care and aims to provide education resources for health care teams and providers who would like to be better equipped to assess and manage patients with co-existing mental and physical health needs.
To learn more about the MP3C program, click here