Online clinic on skin conditions 7-21 Sept 20
From 7 - 21 September 2020 talkhealth will team up with Action Against Allergy, British Skin Foundation and Eczema Outreach Support to present an Online Clinic on Skin Conditions.
Clinical experts will be available to answer questions on issues surrounding eczema, sensitive & dry skin, psoriasis, acne, rosacea, scars and many other skin conditions.
Looking for that little bit of extra support with your condition? Our support programmes have been developed to help increase your confidence in managing your condition. To find out more about how you can benefit from our support programmes register your interest today.
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Please also check our list of future clinic dates here
Action Against Allergy
A national charity founded in 1978, it campaigns for expert diagnosis and treatment to be available to all through the National Health Service and raises funds for vital research into the causes and treatment of allergic illness. Their ‘Find a Doctor’ service provides personalised advice on the nearest allergy specialist and membership benefits include an informative journal three times a year. In addition, information packs and leaflets covering the whole spectrum of allergy-related illness are available.
British Skin Foundation
The British Skin Foundation is the only UK charity dedicated to raising funds for skin disease and skin cancer research. This year the British Skin Foundation turns 20 years old, giving out more than £10 million in grants to over 300 research projects since 1996. As well as supporting research into diseases such as eczema, psoriasis and skin cancer, cases of which are unfortunately all too common; the BSF are also looking to find better treatments and eventual cures for conditions that may be less familiar such as vitiligo, ichthyosis and alopecia.
Eczema Outreach Support
We help children with eczema and their families at an early stage, offer a community of peers and educate others through awareness workshops in schools, resources and campaigns.