Faculty of Eating Disorders  Psychiatry Spring Conference 2022

Online resources

Welcome to our online conference!

Conference booklet and programme

MEED guidance

View the College Report for MEED guidance.


This conference is eligible for up to six CPD points per day, subject to peer group approval.

Social media

If you wish to tweet about the conference please use the #RCPsychED22 hashtag and mention @rcpsych.


Certificates of attendance will be emailed to delegates by the week commencing 23 May.

Watch on-demand

You will receive links to watch the conference sessions on demand by the w/c 23 May. To access the recordings you will be required to enter your name, email address and a password. This is unique to you as a registered delegate so please do not share the recording links.


We would really appreciate your feedback

All comments received remain confidential and are viewed in an effort to improve future meetings.


Copies of the PowerPoint presentations have been made available here for delegates to view by kind permission of the presenters.

All presentations remain the intellectual property of the author and it is strictly prohibited to copy, distribute or reproduce any information, images or data included in these presentations without prior written consent of the author. If a presentation is not listed, it is because we have not received permission from the author.

This page will be updated as presentations are received.


Welcome and Introduction

Dr Agnes Ayton 


Presidential Address

Dr Adrian James


Development of the MEED guidelines: the methodology and highlights

Dr Dasha Nicholls


Type 1 Diabetes and Eating Disorders

Dr Carla Figueiredo


The Importance of MEED in the Emergency Department for both Patient and Carer

Dr Vicky Vella


GP perspective on the new MEED guidelines

Dr Ceri Laird


Setting up a MEED service: Experiences from Northern Ireland

Dr David Coyle




You can view all the posters from this event below.

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