May 2021 event: 10th Allergy and the Skin Course

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Event information

Date

Monday 17th May 2021

Registration: 13:00 – Start: 14:00 – Finish: 17:30

Venue

*VIRTUAL COURSE* RECORDED CONTENT AVAILABLE UNTIL 17 JUNE 2021.

Programme overview

We are excited to announce this new half day live webinar where world experts in their field will present current practice, important clinical challenges and recent advances in allergy diagnostics in both adults and children.

This webinar is held in collaboration with the KCL Allergy Academy.

Provisional Course Programme

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Who should attend?

This course is open to all healthcare professionals and will be especially useful to dermatologists, allergists, paediatricians, GPs, trainees, and nurses with a specialist interest in dermatology or allergy.

Points awarded

CPD points applied for

Cost

Standard Delegate rate: £65

Concessional delegate rate (psychologists, trainees, nurses): £50

Course Directors

Professor Carsten Flohr, Consultant Dermatologist and Clinical Lead for the Tertiary Severe Paediatric Eczema Service, St John’s Institute of Dermatology, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.

Dr Alexandra Santos, Reader and Consultant in Paediatric Allergy, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.

Registration

For more course information or to book your place please click on this link or contact info@stjohnsdermacademy.com

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