Understanding Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) Series

Other Clinical Teaching Topics

Facilitator: Dr. Mark Norris, MD, FRCPC

Description of Event: This will be a series of on-demand recordings on ARFID topics.

Sessions:

Session 1. The ABCs of ARFID – Understanding Its Origin and Introduction in the DSM-5
Session 2. Assessment Procedures for ARFID

Learning Objectives: 

Session 1:

  • To review relevant history that contributed to the DSM-5 introduction of ARFID.
  • To review the definition of ARFID with commentary on the definition’s evolution over the last decade.
  • To provide case examples that help attendees understand when a diagnosis of ARFID should be considered.

Session 2:

  • Review physical examination for a child or adolescent with a possible diagnosis of ARFID.
  • Review diagnostic considerations and medical work up for a child or adolescent with a possible diagnosis of ARFID.

Additional Materials: No additional materials are available.

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