Following on from the success of our Sjögren’s webinars in 2021 & 2022, we are delighted to host our next webinar to mark World Sjögren’s Day – 15 July 2023 at 11am GMT
Our theme for 2023 is ‘Traditional, complementary and alternative medicines’
Details on invited speakers:
At our webinar Niamh Dillon RCSI will discuss conventional over-the-counter therapies to support Sjogren’s management. She will also discuss drug schemes, managing multiple medications, adverse effects & the importance of communication.
Dr James Barlow will take an evidence based approach to discuss the importance of understanding the quality, safety and efficacy of complementary & alternative medicines (CAM) and how they compare to conventional medicines.
This webinar has been co-designed and co-organised by the Sjögren’s Ireland advocacy group, Dr Joan Ni Gabhann-Dromgoole Scientific Lead of the Ocular Immunology Research Group RCSI and Dr Michelle Flood Academic Lead of the RCSI PPI Ignite Network.
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