Faculty of Eating Disorders Spring Conference 2021
Date: 20 May 2021
This prize has been established for the best poster presentation at our annual meeting by a psychiatric trainee. We wish to encourage interest in eating disorders psychiatry and research in the specialism.
Who can enter
Psychiatric trainees CT1-3 and ST4-6, as well as comparable European colleagues. Presentations specifically invited by the Faculty and work funded by the Faculty are not eligible.
Our annual faculty conference usually held in November each year.
- This prize will be awarded on the basis of originality and the relevance of eating disorders in the poster presentation
- Information on submitting posters for presentation at the Annual Meeting will be posted each year. Please note that posters are not automatically entered for the prize. If you are submitting a poster and want to be considered for the prize, please make it clear in your accompanying message
- The prizewinner will be expected to provide a summary article for our newsletter and the full text of their poster presentation for inclusion on the College website
- The judging panel will consist of our Chair and two other members of the executive committee.
How to submit
You can submit your abstract through our submissions website.
1 September 2020
Annual meeting 2020
Annual meeting 2019
Spring conference 2019
Dr Alina Petricean-Braicu for Get your ACT together: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Group Intervention for Eating Disorders (PDF)
Each bursary includes up to £100 towards travel expenses and free registration at our annual meeting.
2020 update: This year's annual meeting is online so the 'bursary' will provide free registration only.
Who can apply
Bursaries are available for:
- medical students
- foundation year doctors (FY1-2)
- core psychiatric trainees (CT1-3)
- advanced psychiatric trainees (ST4-6)
- service users and carers.
1 September 2020.
Medical students and trainee doctors should email a brief CV (no longer than one side of A4) with a covering letter, stating in no more than 200 words why you would like to attend the meeting and how you will share your learning.
Service users and carers should email a letter stating in no more than 200 words why you are interested in attending the meeting.
Please state clearly which of the bursaries you are applying for.