Call for Posters and Workshops: #NEDIC2019

Call for Workshops: https://goo.gl/forms/GoKfi37b3zwtObH13

We invite proposals from individuals whose area of study or research involves eating disorder research, treatment, or prevention (including critical media literacy and early intervention) or affiliated fields to deliver a workshop (75 or 90 minutes long) at the conference. This Call for Submissions should be considered guidance as to what potential topics may be suitable, and should not be considered exhaustive. Individuals who submit a workshop proposal are welcome to submit a separate proposal for a poster session that will be held during the conference.

Conference 2019 is framed around the theme of Radical Unlearning, providing attendees a non-judgmental, compassionate space in which to challenge norms and navigate new ideas. Encompassing equity, innovation and positive body identity, this theme calls for unlearning and unpacking negative and erroneous messaging that people have been subjected to.

Important Dates:
September 7, 2018: Submissions are due for review by the NEDIC Conference Steering Committee.
September 28, 2018: Speakers will be contacted.
October 5, 2018: Contracts will be sent.
October 26, 2018: Final biography and abstract due; these will be posted on NEDIC.ca and used in the program. Signed contracts due to NEDIC.

Questions? Send us an email at nedic@uhn.ca.

Call for Posters: https://goo.gl/forms/i16tGQYmt9yC012u1

We are currently seeking submissions for a poster session to be held at the conference – more scheduling details to follow.

We invite individuals whose area of study or research involves eating disorder research, treatment, or prevention (including critical media literacy and early intervention) to submit a proposal for inclusion in a poster session. Conference 2019 is framed around the theme of Radical Unlearning, providing attendees a non-judgmental, compassionate space in which to challenge norms and navigate new ideas. Encompassing equity, innovation and positive body identity, this theme calls for unlearning and unpacking negative and erroneous messaging that people have been subjected to. This Call for Posters should be considered guidance as to what potential topics may be suitable, and should not be considered exhaustive.

Important Dates:
October 15, 2018: Submissions are due for review by the NEDIC Conference Steering Committee.
November 5, 2018: Presenters will be contacted.
November 9, 2018: Agreements will be sent.
November 16, 2018: Final biography and abstract due; these will be posted on NEDIC.ca and used in the program. Signed agreements due to NEDIC.

Questions? Send us an email at nedic@uhn.ca.