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Collaborative ways to address disordered eating on campus: It takes a village

April 17-18, 2009
Le Meridien Hotel, Cambridge, MA

  • How do we make the most of campus collaborations to address disordered eating?

  • How can students, health professionals, administrators, researchers, and others participate in creating a healthier campus climate?

This conference looks at the challenges of caring for students with disordered eating from the vantage point of the various caregivers involved, including student peers, and highlights examples of successful collaborations.

The audience for this college health conference includes physicians, physician assistants, psychologists, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, athletic trainers and sports professionals, health and wellness educators, dietitians, and other interested individuals.

Continuing education credits of 11.25 hours are approved for physicians, nurses, and psychologists (CEs are pending for social workers). Dieticians and health educators will receive a certificate of completion for their portfolios. More details on credits will posted on the conference site as they become available.

Sponsored by a consortium of New England colleges and universities: Boston University, Brandeis University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, and MIT. Hosted by MIT Medical.