Eating disorders and social media Free

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Dr William Rhys Jones discusses the ever-increasing presence of social media, looking specifically at pro-anorexia blogs and the triggering effects it can have on young people suffering from eating disorders.

Dr Monique Schelhase follows by rebalancing the portrayal of social media, and using its power to help support young people with eating disorders. 

This lecture was filmed at the RSM in London for the event 'Social media: challenges and benefits for mental health and wellbeing' on Tuesday 14th November 2017. 

Length: 00:22:47

00:01:36 - Social Media: "always on, always with me"
00:04:07 - ED Risk Factors
00:09:18 - Social Media and ED
00:17:41 - Rebalancing the picture
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30:21

Professor Terence Stephenson, President, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.

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16:13

Dr Feilim Murphy, Consultant in Paediatric Urology, St George's Hospital. 

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21:06

Dr Chinmay Gupte, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Imperial College, London. 

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29:11

Dr Nicola Bridges, Consultant Paediatric Endocrinologist, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital. 

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34:40

Dr Angela Hassiotis, Psychiatric Reader and Consultant, University College London.

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26:25

Baroness Butler-Sloss, a former Lord Justice of Appeal. 

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36:47

Professor Taunton Southwood, Professor of Paediatric Rheumatology, University of Birmingham.

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20:33

Vikram Patel, Professor of International Mental Health, Sangath Centre, India.

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15:49

Clare Gerada, Chair of the Council of the Royal College of General Practioners, London. 

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