World Atopic Eczema Day on September 14 is an annual awareness day to recognise the impact eczema can have and raise the standards of care.

 

Atopic eczema is incredibly difficult on patients and their families, seriously impacting daily life.

An individual’s health and the overall wellbeing of families can be severely impaired by the disease.

World Atopic Eczema Day  reminds people affected by atopic eczema that they are not alone. Patients and families are encouraged to mark the day by connecting and helping others gain understanding of the disease impact by sharing their stories.

Eczema Outreach Support have lots of exciting things planned to mark World Atopic Eczema Day.

 

 

 

 

Our 2021 Atopic world Eczema Day events

‘Eczema Matters: EOS in conversation with Dr Alpa Kanji’

 

 

 

Join Eczema Outreach Support on Zoom for our webinar ‘Eczema Matters: EOS in conversation with Dr Alpa Kanji’ from 8-9pm.

During this free event, Dr Kanji will share her experience of treating children with eczema covering different treatment options, allergies and helpful hints and tips on managing the condition. There will also be a Q&A session and . You can submit your questions in advance to info@eos.org.uk

Dr Kanji is currently a registrar at Imperial NHS Trust and an honorary clinical senior lecturer at Imperial College, London. Dr Kanji understands the profound impact eczema can have on families and is passionate about helping them to manage the condition.

This webinar is part of Eczema Outreach Support’s World Atopic Eczema Day celebrations and is completely free to attend for both our members and non-members and you can register here. 

 

 

 

 

‘More than itchy skin’ – the premiere!

It gives us great pleasure to invite you to the premiere of ‘Eczema – More than Itchy Skin’ on September 18, 2021 at 11am.

As well as being one of the first to see our animation, you can find out why we created it, hear from the young people that were involved in making it as well as the animator who helped bring it all to life.

The online event is free and you can register for tickets here.