>> 3rd International Workshops on Therapeutic Education for Atopic Dermatitis
This event, aimed at health professionals (doctors, nurses and psychologists) involved in TPE (Therapeutic Education) and partners of the Foundation, gathered 200 people from 50 teams worldwide. The main focus of this event was centered around the diversity of atopic dermatitis manifestations and treatment around the world, as well as the impact of cultural differences on therapeutic education for atopic dermatitis.
Discover all the presentations made during the 3rd International workshops
The Eczema Foundation is proud to present the presentations made during the 3rd International workshops on Therapeutic education for atopic dermatitis. Discover, or rediscover, the talks given in Athens on May 8th and 9th, 2014.
Leading names in dermo-pediatrics share their knowledge and experience and you will discover the different clinical manifestations of atopic dermatitis according to skin color (Asian skin, aborigine skin, black or mixed skin) as well as the different approaches used to better treat AD patients ...
This new e-learning module provides additional training material for your daily practice
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|Interview : Pr Larry Eichenfield,San Diego (USA)||Reviews and comments of dermatologists and pediatricians who have participated in the 3rd International Workkshops on Therapeutic Education in atopic dermatitis|
Lecture summaries in pdf format
Day 1 :
The biggest names in dermo- pediatrics met to convey and share their knowledge surrounding a main theme: the diversity of atopic dermatitis manifestations and treatment around the world.
> Presentation of the different clinical manifestations of atopic dermatitis based on skin color.
> Exhibit of various treatments for atopic dermatitis in different countries.
Workshop : How do you motivate the patient? How do you lead a group?
… Crucial questions to which the workshops provide practical answers.
Day 2 :
The Patient and the Disease
The impact of the patient’s culture and beliefs on treatment adherence.
How do you adapt your approach?
Workshop: “How do you manage your own stress and that of your patient?”
Alain Golay presented his solutions for better daily stress management for both patients and health professionals.
Pr Alain Golay, Therapeutic Education Department for chronic diseases
Diabetologist - University Hospital of Geneva (HUG) – Switzerland