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ARFID: An Introduction to diagnosis and management


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University of Winchester - ARFID Online Course

Avoidant / Restrictive Food Intake Disorder is characterised by a pattern of eating that avoids certain foods or food groups entirely and/or is restricted in quantity. This course has been created in partnership with the charity ARFID Awareness UK and the University of Winchester, to provide a reliable source of contemporary information on nutrition and ARFID related health care issues for Health Care Professionals.

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Course Leader

Rosan Meyer
Course Description

How will the course work?

The course will cultivate the imagination of participants through creative, thought-provoking opportunities for engagement, using a range of learning opportunities within a virtual learning environment, including quizzes and online discussions to reinforce knowledge acquisition.

This is a fully online, 5-hour distance learning course, facilitated by Dr Luise Marino and Dr Rosan Meyer. It will require 5 hours of study and consists of a combination of written material, pre-recorded lectures, quizzes to confirm learning and the opportunity to engage in online dicussions. The course can be worked through in your own time. On completion of the course, participants will be issued a certificate of completion from the University. The course is open to those in and outside the UK.

Entry Requirements

This course is predominately aimed at health care professionals (doctors, nurses, dietitians, nutritionists) interested in improving their knowledge and expertise in ARFID. However, a wide range of people who care for children have taken this course and found it beneficial, including parents, carers, social workers and educators. A good command of the English Language is required, both written and oral.

This distance-learning course is delivered via Canvas. Due to government regulations, Instructure (Canvas) prohibits the unauthorised use of its products and services in specific countries and regions. We need to make these restrictions clear to individuals considering this course. Please see the guidance as documented by Canvas.

Which countries are restricted from using Canvas?

This course requires access to the following:


Windows XP SP3 and newer

Mac OSX 10.6 and newer

Linux - chrome OS


1GB of RAM

2GHz processor


Minimum of 512kbps (basic DSL)


Adobe flash player is required. JavaScript must be enabled in your browser.

Chrome 19

Safari 5

Firefox 12


The normal fee is £95

You will receive joining instructions via email at least 10 days before the start date of the course.

Cancellation by the University

University of Winchester reserves the right to cancel a course (if, for example, there are insufficient numbers). If this occurs, we will refund your course fee in full.

The University of Winchester reserves the right to refund the course fee and not supply the course where the University considers it may be liable for taxes outside the UK as a result of supplying the course.

Cancellation by you

Refunds will be given if written notification is received at least 14 days before the start of a course with a fixed course date. No refunds will be given with less than 14 days written notice, but you will be given the option to transfer to a future iteration of the course where one will be running.

Transferring course

For courses with a fixed start date, students wishing to transfer to a future iteration of the course can do so up to 1 day after a course has commenced, but must send written notification of this to the course administrator.

Refund arrangements

Any refunds will be made to the credit/debit card used when making the purchase.

For general enquiries please contact the department administrator [email protected]


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University of Winchester - ARFID Online Course

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