Recorded Webinar. IMPACT: Improving Outcomes in Atopic Dermatitis

Recorded Webinar. IMPACT: Improving Outcomes in Atopic Dermatitis

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3 CPD points with the RACGP

2 Educational activity hours with the ACRRM

All participants will be awarded a certificate of completion for self-reporting to other colleges

In collaboration with the Australasian College of Dermatology
Proudly supported by the Eczema Association of Australasia

Duration: 90 minutes

Watch the panel present a live case, and learn what the barriers were to getting Amira’s eczema under control and how they were overcome.

  • Recorded, live case presentation and interview
  • Compare your answers to MCQs to those of your peers (recorded during the live webinar)
  • Expert panel: Amira’s Mother, Dermatologist, GP and Psychologist
  • Practical advice and strategies to IMPACT outcomes of patients in your care

Learning objectives:
Upon completing this course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the considerable burden of atopic dermatitis on patients, their families, and caregivers and the importance of patient and caregiver education for long-lasting effective management
  • Describe the impact of atopic dermatitis on QoL and psychological wellbeing of patients, their carers and families.
  • Educate patients, their families and caregivers to improve their understanding of atopic dermatitis and promote adherence to therapies
  • Apply strategies and tools that enhance patient – clinician communication and improve patient safety and quality of care.

Independent Medical Education
This programme was supported by an independent educational grant from Pfizer IGLC. Pfizer had no involvement in the development of the programme or the selection of faculty.

  • Dr Kate DeAmbrosis Bachelor of Medicine(Hons), FACD, MPH
    Valley Plastic Surgery
    Mater Hospital, Brisbane QLD
  • Ms/Mrs Anoushka Fish
    Mother of 8-year-old Amira, QLD
  • Dr Melissa Oxlad M. Psych (Clin. & Hlth), PhD, Dip. Clin. Hypnosis
    University of Adelaide, Adelaide, SA
  • Dr Anita Sharma MBBS FRACGP
    Director, Platinum Medical Centre, Brisbane, QLD
  • Royal Australian College of General Practitioners:
    • 3 CPD points
    • Activity no. 193932 
  • Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine:
    • 2 Educational activity hour
    • Activity ID. 19984

No conflicts of interest