October 2020 event: Psoriasis Therapeutics Masterclass

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Event information

Date 

22nd Oct 2020

Venue

*Virtual Course*

Who should attend?

This course is aimed at consultant dermatologists, dermatology trainees, and specialist dermatology nurses. It is also suitable for GPs and pharmacists.

Programme overview

We are excited to announce this new half day course which we are now running in a live webinar format. The course provides an overview and update on the pathogenesis of psoriasis, setting treatment goals, emerging treatments and the move towards personalised medicine in psoriasis.

The course is led by St John’s Institute of Dermatology Severe Psoriasis service.

Faculty: Professor Catherine Smith, Professor Jonathan Barker, Dr Andrew Pink, Dr Richard Woolf, and Dr Satveer Mahil.

Points awarded

CPD points applied for

Cost

We will be running the virtual version of this course at a discounted price from the original. Those of you who have already paid and booked on to the course will be refunded the difference in price.

Standard Delegate rate: £35, Concessional delegate (trainees, nurses, pharmacists): £20

Discounted tickets

Discounted tickets are available for trainees, nurses and pharmacists. For discounted registration please contact info@stjohnsdermacademy.com and state your training speciality, grade and institution to obtain a discount code.

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