The Learning hub contains a free eLearning module for UK healthcare professionals to enhance their knowledge of chronic urticaria.

The module takes approximately 60–75 minutes to complete.

At the end you can complete the short assessment and print off a certificate of completion.

This training module was developed by Education for Health with review from Novartis.

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This link will take you to the chronic urticaria education for health site, which is a non-Novartis website.

 

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BURDEN OF DISEASE AND IMPACT ON QUALITY OF LIFE

A 15-minute podcast that aims to help listeners with identification of chronic urticaria, the burden of the condition, and the unmet needs of patients living with chronic urticaria, including the impact of the condition on their quality of life.

It provides key suggestions on how to reduce the burden of chronic urticaria and improve quality of life for patients.

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IDENTIFY, OPTIMISE, REFER

A 24-minute podcast providing information on how to make an accurate diagnosis of chronic urticaria. Suggestions are provided on how to optimise management of this condition and when to refer to specialist care.

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Both podcasts take the form of a Q&A session in which Dr Vincent McGovern, a GP with a special interest in COPD and lecturer in respiratory medicine at the University of Ulster, talks to Dr Sinisa Savic, Consultant in Clinical Immunology and Allergy, and Clinical Associate Professor, University of Leeds, and Dr Chris Rutkowski, Consultant Allergist and Head of the Allergy Department at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, London.

 

COPD, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

 

XSU20-C020 July 2020.
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