All sessions during this two-day conference will take place in the Lecture Hall of the Searle Conference Center in the Seeley G. Mudd Building at 10 Coal Pile Drive (also known as 10 Searle Center Drive), Duke University.

Friday, March 9, 2018

8:00am              Continental Breakfast

8:30-8:45am      Welcome & Conference Overview
Jennifer Hawkins, PhD and Laura Weisberg, PhD

8:45-10:30am   Session I: When (If Ever) Is Enough Enough?  Session description

8:45-9:30am     When (If Ever) Is Enough Enough?
Joel Yager, MD, University of Colorado at Denver School of Medicine

9:30-9:45am     Response: Nancy Zucker, PhD
9:45-10:30am   Discussion

10:30-10:45am  Break

10:45-12:30pm    Session I (cont): When (If Ever) Is Enough Enough?

10:45-11:30am   Normative Features of Anorexia: Some Treatment Implications
Jennifer Radden, PhD, University of Massachusetts, Boston

11:30-11:45am   Response: Jennifer Hawkins, PhD
11:45-12:30pm  Discussion

12:30-1:30pm   Lunch

1:30-3:15pm     Session II: Capacity Assessment  Session description

1:30-2:15pm    Anorexia Nervosa, Limits of Capacity, and Futility
Scott Kim, MD, PhD, National Institutes of Health

2:15-2:30pm    Response: Marvin Swartz, MD
2:30-3:15pm    Discussion 

3:15-3:30pm    Break

3:30-5:15pm   Session II (cont.): Capacity Assessment

3:30-4:5pm     Getting it right? Ethical Considerations in the Treatment of Eating Disorders & the End of Life
Jacinta Tan, MBBS, MA, MRCPsych, MSc, DPhil, Swansea University Medical School

4:15-4:30pm  Response: Louis Charland, PhD
4:30-5:15pm  Discussion

5:15-5:30pm   End-of-day Remarks/Announcements
Jennifer Hawkins, PhD and Laura Weisberg, PhD

Dinner on your own

Saturday, March 10, 2018

8:00am     Continental Breakfast

8:30-8:45am  Welcome Back/Reflections

8:45-10:30am  Session III: Alternative Care and End of Life  Session description

8:45-9:30am   Choosing Death in Cases of Anorexia Nervosa – Exceptionalism in End of Life Decisions
Simona Giordano, PhD, University of Manchester

9:30-9:45am   Response: Nicole Hamilton, JD
9:45-10:30am Discussion

10:30-10:45am  Break

10:45-12:30pm    Session III (cont.): Alternative Care and End of Life

10:45-11:30am  Is There a Role for Palliative Care in Anorexia Nervosa?
Allan Kaplan, MSc, MD, FRCP(C), University of Toronto

11:30-11:45am  Response: Michael Strober, PhD
11:45-12:30pm  Discussion

12:30-1:30pm   Lunch

1:30-2:45pm   Panel Session: The Personal Perspective
Large group discussion moderated by Donna Friedman, MS and Jeanne Kerwin, D.MH, CT

2:45-3:00pm     Closing Remarks
Jennifer Hawkins, PhD and Laura Weisberg, PhD

3:00pm     Adjourn