About the Conference

Who should attend?

The conference appeals to all medical and healthcare professionals who are interested in the assessment and treatment of those suffering from eating disorders and who would like to learn more about the very latest developments in this field. These will include: clinicians, academics, professors, doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists, independent treatment providers and commissioners.

Why attend?

  • update your knowledge of the latest research and developments within the field of eating disorders
  • share your skills and experiences during networking opportunities with other clinicians and researchers from across the globe
  • attend training workshops to develop your practical skills within the areas of new technologies and therapies


Wednesday 28 – Thursday 29 March 2018

Location and venue

London has been chosen as the location of the conference due to the excellent transport links, both within the UK and internationally, and also for the vibrant and dynamic atmosphere of the city.

Imperial College London 
South Kensignton Campus 

The Imperial College London is located in South Kensington, just a 5 minute walk from South Kensington station and has a number of bus routes that pass within walking distance of the venue. The nearest underground station is South Kensington, on the District, Circle and Picadilly lines. 


There are various hotels and budget accommodation within walking distance of the venue. Beat have now made the registration process easier and now all delegates are able to book their accomodation whilst purchasing tickets to EDIC 2018.

Book your tickets

Book Your Tickets

Full conference passes and individual day tickets are available to purchase until 28 March 2018.

Book Your Tickets