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Hilary Kinavey Apr 24
You cannot help someone overcome weight bias using a weight based intervention.
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Dr. Cheri Levinson Apr 21
“We need data not opinions” - yes, yes, yes
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Dr Stuart Murray Apr 17
Wheels down in Chicago for the conference. Excited to catch up with colleagues & take in the latest research
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EDRDpro Apr 20
can lead to life threatening malnutrition. It is NOT a “mild” eating disorder.” -
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Fiona Sutherland APD, RYT Apr 21
Disturbing statistics about Dietitians attitudes to folks in larger bodies 🤤🤤🤤 (hint: positive attitudes just over 1%). Much work to do!!
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Taylor Wolfram Apr 20
“Healthcare that is not trauma-informed is not healthcare.”
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Dr. Stacey Rosenfeld Apr 20
“This is a problem in our field. We are really focused on anorexia.”
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Kendrin Sonneville Apr 19
A tax on diet pills would likely reduce purchasing by 18%
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James E. Ford May 26
I'm happy to be presenting my paper on "Critical Pedagogues of Color: Closing Opportunity Gaps through Mission-Minded Teaching" at the International Consortium for Educational Development in Atlanta June 5-7
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Gaudiani Clinic Apr 21
When we come up against bias, we experience shame.
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Marci Evans Apr 21
PLEASE invite Janell Mensinger Erin Harrop to keynote next year. Their message is what we need to move our field forward.
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IMT for EatingDisorders Apr 21
Instagram has been the most successful recruitment mechanism for Communities of HEALing. Interesting!
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Hilary Kinavey Apr 21
When we cite the “convenience” of continuing to use BMI in eating disorders we have to understand that this is where oppression and exclusion live. This is hugely inconvenient for the majority of people.
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Gaudiani Clinic Apr 21
Healthcare settings are the 2nd most common place to experience weight discrimination. -Julie Church This must change.
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Andrea LaMarre Apr 21
important point from audience member with lived experience: "why are we not getting a seat at the table"? notes that panel members are acknowledging lived experience as valuable but people often don't
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Carmen Cool Apr 20
Who defines recovery? Questions: - who has the power - who has the knowledge - who bears the consequences
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Erin Wolf-Barnett RD Apr 21
Weight is second common form on discrimination. Stigma is not an attitude. Policies, society, is impacting this.
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EDRDpro Apr 20
For those who may not know, “Health at Every Size is absolutely compatible with great medical care.” -
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Hilary Kinavey Apr 21
There is plenty of evidence that higher body weights need to be included in ED research, which was the context here. Ethical reasons also.
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Imperial EDU Jun 7
Spotted: Martyn, Kate and Jo at - they presented yesterday on ‘The Development Dilemmas': Using Mezirow to transform professional identity and impact organizational change.’
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