The ISF announces details of our 4th annual Dermatology Study Day: 6th April 2019 Ashling Hotel, Parkgate Street, Arran Quay, Dublin 8.
Delegates of the ISF Dermatology Study Day can look forward to a interesting line up of expert speakers from the world of dermatology.
Join us for our annual series of talks on skin conditions, which is aimed at hospital, community-based, GP practice and public health nurses, pharmacists and others involved in providing first-line management of skin conditions / diseases.
The 2019 programme will cover first line management of: Burns & Abrasions; Paediatric Skin Conditions; Rosacea; Alopecia; Hidradenitis Suppurativa; and Skin Cancer Recognition.
The annual event provides an exciting opportunity to learn from the experts and bring new knowledge and skills back to the workplace. Attendees will also get the opportunity to meet and talk during the event with exhibitors on new and innovative products on the market. 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,Deirdre Conlon, Advanced Nurse Practitioner in Plastic Surgery, University Hospital Galway
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
The ISF’s Dermatology Study Day promises to be an unmissable event so we advise people to get their ticket well in advance to avoid disappointment.
The registration fee in €75.00; this includes tea/coffee and light lunch.
Sponsors and Exhibitors