Irish Skin Foundation - Nurses Dermatology Study Day 2019
The Irish Skin Foundation is delighted to announce its fourth annual Dermatology Study Day for hospital, community-based, GP practice, public health nurses and others involved in providing care to people living with skin conditions.
A study programme has been put together to help you in the first-line management of skin disease in hospital, community, or primary care*.
(*CPD points approval pending)
Chaired by Carmel Blake, Dermatology ANP at Tallaght University Hospital, ISF Helpline Clinical Manager
This 2019 programme includes:
09:00 Registration & Tea/Coffee
09:25 Welcome and opening address, Carmel Blake ANP, ISF Helpline Clinical Manager
09:30 Approach to alopecia, Dr Aizuri Murad, Consultant Dermatologist, The Mater University Hospital, Dublin
10:00 Hair loss solutions: practical advice and options for all types of hair loss, Roches Hair Replacement and Breast Care, Kimmage Dublin
10:20 Common skin conditions in paediatrics, Aisling O'Shaughnessy, CNS Dermatology, University Hospital Limerick
11.00 Questions & Answers
11:10 Tea/Coffee Break
11:40 Management of Rosacea, Dr Síona Ní Raghallaigh, Consultant Dermatologist, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin
12:20 First line management of burns and abrasions, Speaker to be announced
13:00 Questions & Answers
13:10 Complimentary lunch & exhibition stands
14:00 Recognition and practical care for those with hidradenitis suppurativa, Kelly Impey, CNS Dermatology, Tallaght University Hospital, Dublin
15:00 Skin cancer recognition: a macroscopic and dermatoscopic diagnosis, Dr Rupert Barry, Consultant Dermatologist and Mohs Micrographic Surgeon, St James Hospital, Dublin
15:45 Questions & Answers
Following on from the success of previous years, the Dermatology Study Day promises to be an unmissable educational opportunity; so we advise people to get their ticket well in advance to avoid disappointment!
Tickets for the event can be booked here: www.eventbrite.ie/e/isf-dermatology-study-day-2019-tickets-55761340671
For further information log on to www.irishskin.ie