Alan Kazdin will present new ways to about treating eating disorders, such as via low-cost efforts that are provided in everyday settings by lay people, not experts in his keynote address entitled, “Reducing the Burdens of Eating Disorders: Beyond Evidence-based Interventions and their Dissemination.”  “There are multiple models of treatment delivery that draw from health care, business and industry, social policy, and law and can be deployed to provide treatment for eating disorders and reach many individuals in need who have no access to services.” With the goal of helping more people benefit, he will also discuss other ways of improving the ways researchers study eating disorder treatment and prevention.