Early Detection, Screening & Referral to Evidence-Based Eating Disorder Treatment
The Preventive Medicine Grand Rounds sponsored by HRSA and CDC presents Early Detection, Screening and Referral to Evidence-Based Eating Disorder Treatment in Primary Care Practice on Tuesday, June 4, 2019 from 1-2:30 pm ET.
Purpose: Increase awareness of eating disorder prevalence, screening and management in primary care providers.
- Describe DSM-5 eating disorders, their prevalence, and ICD-10 codes for recognized eating disorders.
- Identify screening measures and evidence-based practices to detect eating disorders in primary care practice.
- Describe evidence-based approaches to managing eating disorders in primary care.
Christine Peat, Ph.D., Director
National Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders
Louise Metz, M.D., Owner and Founder
Mosaic Comprehensive Care
The Preventive Medicine Grand Rounds is a monthly webinar series co-sponsored by Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). These lectures provide an overview of strategies to integrate public health and primary health care at the national level. Presenters focus on applying systems-based approaches to prepare public health leaders to address major population health issues.
For more information, contact Irene Sandvold at [email protected] and Antonio Neri at [email protected].
Instructions for continuing education and links to previous webinars can be found on the Preventive Medicine Grand Rounds website.
For reasonable accommodation requests, please send an e-mail to [email protected].