Nov 2020 event: Epidermolysis Bullosa Course for Healthcare Professionals and Carers

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Event information

Date 

16th –17th November 2020 (9am – 5.30pm)

Venue

*Virtual Course* Log in details will be sent in advance of the course.​

Programme overview

EB Clinical Nurse Specialists from Guy’s & St Thomas’ and Great Ormond Street Hospitals (working in collaboration with DEBRA) are running a unique two-day study programme about Epidermolysis Bullosa.

The study days are aimed at healthcare professionals and carers who are involved in the management of patients with EB, but may be of interest of anyone wishing to increase their understanding of this rare condition.

This popular course has been running for a number of years and attracts delegates from across the UK and internationally. The course is consistently highly regarded and well evaluated.

“I learnt a lot”  “very informative & well presented”  “amazing, challenging, interesting…” 

“A fantastic opportunity to listen to patients and hear their personal experience”

“A great 2 days. Well organised and led by a passionate team of professionals. Thank you”

Topics covered will include:
  • What is EB?

  • Wound management in EB

  • Occupational therapy

  • Care of a new born

  • Pain management

  • Nutrition

  • Clinical Procedures

  • Skin Cancer & End of Life

  • Research

  • Anaesthetic management

  • “The patient voice”

Course Fees

FREE – Spaces are limited

Registration

For more course information or to book your place please contact via email Karen Snelson or contact info@stjohnsdermacademy.com

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