Putting Patient and Carer Perspectives at the Heart of Everything We Do

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce that the 14th international London Eating Disorders Conference will take place on 20, 21 & 22 March 2019 at the QEII Centre in London.

The London Eating Disorders Conference will provide the key topical issues, latest ideas and research findings from the key experts from around the world. The theme of this year's conference will be: Putting Patient and Carer perspectives at the heart of everything we do.

Keynote and Plenary Themes

  • Maximising Patient and Family/Carer Potential

  • Maintaining Hope and Promoting Recovery

  • Telemedicine, E-Health and Digital Technologies

Programme Committee

We are delighted to announce our Programme Committee as follows:


 Conference Chairs & Programme Organisers
 Rachel Bryant-Waugh (UK)
 Ian Frampton (UK)
 Scientific Adviser
 Stephen Touyz (AUS)


Programme Committee
Anna Keski-Rahkonen (FIN)        Nadia Micali (UK)
Eric van Furth (NED)        Emma Woolf (UK)
     Stephan Zipfel (GER)

Abstract Submission

Abstract submission is open, so if you would like to be selected for a workshop, oral or poster presentation at the conference, click here. 

Submission deadline: Monday 17th September 2018.

Professor Bryan Lask Rising Star in Research Award
You can select whether you would like your abstract to be considered for our prestigious award, which will recognise the talent, innovation and expertise of promising new researchers in the field of eating disorders.

New Venue for 2019

We are very pleased to announce our new home for the London Eating Disorders Conference: Queen Elizabeth II Centre, located in Westminster, London - right across from the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey.

This well located, dedicated conference centre will improve our delegate experience, and we look forward to seeing you there next March!

 Feedback from Eating Disorders 2017

"Thank you for the opportunity to attend this conference. I have learned so much from the sessions and am excited to take this back to my NHS to discuss and plan how our services could be developed"

"Great conference with experts in the field who are enthusiastic about the work that they are doing with ED"

"I was able to interact with experts in the field and build connections that will help my patients in the future"

"Thank you for an engaging and thought provoking experience! I thought the conference programme offered a great variety of work from a range of treatment services and approaches"

"Thank you very much for another inspiring conference"

"Well done on another fabulous conference"

"Many thanks for an excellent conference, I was delighted to be able to attend and I will take a lot back with me"