"Once again the class loved your presentation! You really had an impact on the students; many of them mentioned your lecture as a highlight of the entire course".
—Carrie White, Ph.D.
Faculty Member, Year-Long Certificate in Eating Disorders Program at Los Angeles Institute and Society for Psychoanalytic Studies (LAISPS)
Sex Education in America: are we moving forward or backward?
A look at sex education in the United States: history, policy, politics, and a contrasting approach in Europe.
More Zzzzz's please!
The case for later school start times.
The One Hour Medical School
A look at the eating disordered patient from a physician's point of view. Lab tests, signs, symptoms, syndromes, and medical treatment are demystified. For psychotherapists, dietitians, and other non-M.D. eating disorders professionals.
Can also be presented as "The 90 Minute Medical School."
Eating Disorders 101
Recognizing and managing the eating disordered patient. For physicians. Suitable for grand rounds, resident education, and conferences.
Medical Stabilization of the Eating Disordered Patient
Identifying at-risk patients, details of hospital treatment, management of gastrointestinal complications and refeeding syndrome.
For physicians, nurses, dietitians, and eating disorders specialists.
Gastrointestinal Complications in the Eating Disordered Patient
Constipation, gastroparesis, and reflux disease are extremely common in patients with eating disorders and can interfere with recovery if unrecognized. Learn when to suspect these problems, and who needs referral to a gastroenterologist. For physicians and eating disorders professionals.
With Mini Mehra, MD, pediatric gastroenterologist.
Presented at the International Conference on Eating Disorders, April 25, 2015, Boston.