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Nailfold Capillaroscopy course 2019

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Nailfold Capillaroscopy course 2019

This one-day course will provide delegates with a detailed overview of nailfold capillaroscopy, including diagnostic guidance, clinical examples and research applications.

Attendees will have the chance to learn from clinical and technical experts the relative merits of various capillaroscopy devices, including both high magnification (videocapillaroscopy) and low magnification systems (dermoscopy, USB microscopy).

There will be a key focus on practical, hands-on learning with a number of microscopes and imaging systems available to use as well as live demonstrations with patients.



Who should attend?

Rheumatology consultants, rheumatology trainees, and allied health professionals with an interest in capillaroscopy (for example, specialist nurses or vascular technicians at scleroderma centres).

 

Registration for this course will open in January 2019. To register your interest in attending please email us.

Programme

09:15 Arrival, registration and refreshment
09:45 Welcome and introduction to the day
Professor Ariane Herrick
10:00 Indications for capillaroscopy, 2013 classification criteria, and patterns of abnormality
Professor Ariane Herrick
10:20 Different capillaroscopic techniques
Dr Graham Dinsdale
10:40 Tea and coffee break
11:00 Case histories
Dr Marina Anderson
11:15 Capillaroscopy at the Royal Free Hospital, London
Dr Kevin Howell
11:30 Capillaroscopy at the Freeman Hospital, Newcastle
Dr John Allen
11:45 Live demonstration with patients
Professor Ariane Herrick
Mrs Tonia Moore
12:30 Lunch
13:30 Research applications
Dr Andrea Murray
13:55 Small group practical sessions
Dr John Allen
Dr Marina Anderson
Dr Graham Dinsdale
Professor Ariane Herrick
Dr Kevin Howell
Mrs Joanne Manning
Mrs Tonia Moore
Dr Andrea Murray
15:40 Questions, answers and closing remarks
Professor Ariane Herrick
Dr Graham Dinsdale
16:00 Close

Prices

Member Non-member
Level 1(Consultant, Allied speciality consultant, Clinical academic and Pharma representatives) £250.00 £375.00
Level 2(Rheumatology speciality trainee, Foundation trainee, GP, Non-clinical scientist, Research fellow and speciality doctor) £180.00 £270.00
Level 3(Health professional, Nurse, Charity representative, Student, Retired and Parent, patients and carers) £150.00 £225.00

* Prices do not include VAT or accommodation and travel.

Key info

Date:


Monday 4 March 2019

Venue:

Salford Royal Hospital

CPD:

6 hours

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