Shining a light on new treatments for more severe eczema
Free webinar for patients and the public
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Wednesday 3rd May 2023 at 6:00 - 7:00pm
Who should attend?
Patients and members of the public who would like to hear more about treatments for more severe eczema, new research projects designed to further explore how well these treatments work, and how to get involved in this research.
How do I register?
Registration is via the National Eczema Society. Click here for a link to registration or use this QR code:
The webinar will also be live-streamed via Facebook and a recording of part of the webinar will be available to watch afterwards via the National Eczema Society.
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This free webinar features two informative talks from dermatology experts at the forefront of eczema research and practice. We will explore the new systemic treatments for people with more severe eczema and how they work, including biologic and JAK-inhibitor medicines. We will also look at how research is helping us understand more about how systemic eczema treatments work and highlight a new research study called BEACON. This study will compare the effectiveness of different eczema treatments.
The National Eczema Society and St John’s DermAcademy are pleased to collaborate to bring you this free webinar. There will be time after the talks for you to ask questions of the speakers and panel.
6:00pm Welcome and overview of the evening
Professor Catherine Smith
6:05pm What are the new systemic treatments for severe eczema and how do we know how good they really are?
Dr Andrew Pink
6:25pm Understanding how systemic eczema treatments work
Dr Satveer Mahil
6:45pm Question and answer session with a panel including webinar speakers, plus Professor Catherine Smith and Andrew Proctor, Chief Executive of National Eczema Society. Participants are encouraged to ask questions on the topics being presented, as well as other areas of eczema care.