#ALLERGYONLINE: Paediatric Update Autumn 2020

Wednesday 25th November 2020

Programme

DrA09:00-09:10
Introduction and Welcome
 Morning SessionChair: Tom Marrs
09:10-09:40
Advances in the Prevention of Eczema
Dr Paula Beattie, Consultant Paediatric Dermatologist, Yorkhill Hospitlal, Glasgow
09:40-10:10
Recognition of Common Dermatological Conditions in Pigmented Skin
Malone Mukwende, St George's University Hospital
10:10-10:40
Creams, Eczema and Food Allergy Prevention
Dr Michael Perkin, Reader in Epidemiology and Consultant in Paediatric Allergy, St George's, London
10:40-11:00
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11:00-11:40
How to Improve Access to Care for Eczema in Young People
Dr Tess McPherson, Consultant Paediatric Dermatologist and Clinical Lead, Oxford University Hospitals
11:40-12:10
Contemporary Management of Acute Asthma in the Brave New World 
Dr Meredith Robertson, Consultant in Paediatric Respiratory Medicine, Evelina Children's Hospital, London
12:10-12:40
Urban Groups Affected by Asthma and How Best to Deliver Care
Dr Chinedu Nwokoro, Senior Lecturer and Consultant in Children's Respiratory Medicine, The Royal London, Queen Mary University London
12:40-13:30
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 From Adherence to Preventing Fatalities 
13:30 - 14:00
Optimising Adherence to Inhalers in Young People
Dr Christina Pearce, Honorary Paediatric Psychologist, Kng's College London
14:00-14:30
The Adrenaline Kick is Not Straight-Forward
Professor George du Toit, Professor of Paediatric Allergy, St Thomas' Hospital, London
14:30-15:00
Learning from Fatalities; what we must tell our patients
Professor Adam Fox, Professor of Paediatric Allergy, St Thomas' Hospital, London
 15:00-15:30
 
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15:30-16:00
Real-World Peanut Immunotherapy in the NHS Context
Dr Andy Clark, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge
16:00-16:30
Appropriate Governance for Safely Opening Oral Peanut Immunotherapy Across the USA
Professor Robert Wood, Professor of Paediatrics, John Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, USA
16:30-17:00
What food allergy immunotherapy developments may be on the horizon?
Dr Nandinee Patel, Paediatric Allergy Research Specialist, Imperial College, London