Start Date End Date Price Per Delegate No. Of Attendees Total Cost Availability
29 Sep 2021 19:30 29 Sep 2021 21:30 £15.00 £15.00

Management of Atopic Eczema in Primary Care - Webinar

Wednesday 29th September 2021
Start Time: 19:30
Finish Time: 21:30
Introducing your speaker

All delegates will receive

  • A pdf of the slides available for download for delegates' personal use
  • A certifcate for your appraisal portfolio
Course Accredited for 2 hours CPD
Meet the Speaker

Dr George Moncrieff was a GP principal in Bicester from 1985 until
2017, when he retired from his NHS practice. From 1999 he also ran
an Interface Dermatology Service in the community, receiving direct
referrals from around 50 GPs in North Oxfordshire.
After retiring from his NHS practice, he worked in a private practice in Oxford, as well
as doing GP locums for local practices. Last year he helped to set up a Community
Dermatology Clinic with the SDS MyHealthCare Federation in South Birmingham and
was their Clinical Lead until January this year. He remains a Consultant to this
He was the RCGP Dermatology Curriculum Guardian from 2010 until 2014, Chair of The
Dermatology Council for England from 2014 until July 2018 and a PCDS Committee
Member from 2005 until 2018. He remains the Primary Care Advisor to the National
Eczema Society.
In his spare time, He enjoys his 7 grandchildren, skiing, walking, playing tennis as well
as reading, bridge and chess.

Your Learning Agenda

Management of Atopic Eczema in Primary Care

  • Impact this disease has on patient’s lives
  • The definition and various ways in which atopic eczema presents to us and how that changes with age and skin colour (specific signs / patterns)
  • The pathogenesis of Atopic Disease (‘inside out’ and ‘outside in’ interplay) and how ‘skin barrier failure’ in a genetically vulnerable individual leads to the‘atopic march’
  • The incredibly sophisticated skin barrier and why this is so vulnerable to damage from our lifestyle choices
  • The role of emollients in Atopic Disease(AD) - why they are so important
  • How to choose an emollient and how to use an emollient
  • The management of AD flares and why antibiotics / antiseptics are rarely needed or indeed desirable
  • The link between food allergies and AD
  • The role of topical steroids. The need to avoid oral antihistamines
  • The role of vitamin D in AD
  • The role of topical immune-modulators in Primary Care
  • How to assess severity effectively in Primary Care and when to refer
  • How our understanding of the abnormal immune pathways in AD is informing developments leading to remarkable advances in treatments

Bookings close 48 hours prior to the start date

This webinar will NOT be recorded due to the presentation being the Intellectual Property of the speaker.

The Zoom link to join the event will be emailed to the address you booked with.  This will be sent 24 hours and 1 hour prior to the start time.

We no longer offer the option to dial in using your phone.  The fees delegates have been charged have been in the region of £1.00 per minute.

19.30 - 20.15 Session 1
20.15 - 20.45 Break & promotional presentation TBC
20.45 - 21.30 Session 2
21.30 Webinar closes

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Event Details

2 CPD Credits  | £15.00
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