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LYME DISEASE - Delving Deeper
Into The Diagnosis & Treatment
Of Tick-Borne Infection
(March 2022 Webinar)

This series of webinars held over 3 evenings (via Zoom), focus on the key information needed by primary & secondary care clinicians in relation to the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease. These learning events are open to health professionals and will be of relevance to GPs, doctors and nurses in emergency and acute care settings, practice nurses, pharmacists, paramedics and those working in minor injury units across all parts of the UK and Ireland. 

Learning Outcomes: At the end of this series,
attendees will be able to:

  • recognise the early signs and symptoms of Lyme disease

    • understand the importance of early and adequate treatment

    • access and use up to date guidelines on treatment of Lyme disease

    • discuss the recognised scientific uncertainties and the need for further research in relation to both diagnosis and treatment

  • recognise the potential signs and symptoms of neuroborreliosis

  • describe issues associated with diagnosing and treating Lyme disease in children.


    Course Director:
    Professor John (Jack) Lambert, Consultant in Infectious Diseases,
    Mater Misericordiae University Hospital/University College Dublin, Ireland. 
    Lead Trustee of Lyme Resource Centre

Tuesday 15th March 2022
Webinar 1 - Introduction to Lyme Disease
  • Recognising Lyme disease: the essentials
    Dr Zahra Husain, GP London, co-author of RCGP Lyme disease Toolkit and member of RCGP Lyme Disease Spotlight Project.
     

  • Case studies in diagnosing and treating Lyme disease
    Professor John (Jack) Lambert, Consultant in Infectious Diseases, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital/ University College Dublin. Lead Trustee of Lyme Resource Centre.
     

  • Interactive Q&A session with all speakers.
    Prof Jack Lambert, Dr Zahra Husain & Dr Anne Cruikshank

Dr Zahra Husain: Recognising Lyme disease - The Essentials  (March 2022 Webinar Series)
31:34
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Dr Zahra Husain: Recognising Lyme disease - The Essentials (March 2022 Webinar Series)

LYME DISEASE - Delving Deeper Into The Diagnosis & Treatment Of Tick-Borne Infections March 2022 Webinar Series Tuesday 15th March 2022 (19:00-20.15) Dr Zahra Husain: Recognising Lyme disease - The Essentials This series of webinars held over 3 evenings (via Zoom), focus on the key information needed by primary & secondary care clinicians in relation to the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease. These learning events are open to health professionals and will be of relevance to GPs, doctors and nurses in emergency and acute care settings, practice nurses, pharmacists, paramedics and those working in minor injury units across all parts of the UK and Ireland. Learning Outcomes: At the end of this series, attendees will be able to: - recognise the early signs and symptoms of Lyme disease ・ understand the importance of early and adequate treatment ・ access and use up to date guidelines on treatment of Lyme disease ・ discuss the recognised scientific uncertainties and the need for further research in relation to both diagnosis and treatment - recognise the potential signs and symptoms of neuroborreliosis - describe issues associated with diagnosing and treating Lyme disease in children. Course Director: Professor John (Jack) Lambert, Consultant in Infectious Diseases, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital/University College Dublin, Ireland. Lead Trustee of Lyme Resource Centre
Prof Jack Lambert : Case studies in diagnosing and treating Lyme disease (March 2022 Webinar Series)
26:14
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Prof Jack Lambert : Case studies in diagnosing and treating Lyme disease (March 2022 Webinar Series)

LYME DISEASE - Delving Deeper Into The Diagnosis & Treatment Of Tick-Borne Infections March 2022 Webinar Series Tuesday 15th March 2022 (19:00-20.15) Prof. Jack Lambert : Case studies in diagnosing and treating Lyme disease This series of webinars held over 3 evenings (via Zoom), focus on the key information needed by primary & secondary care clinicians in relation to the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease. These learning events are open to health professionals and will be of relevance to GPs, doctors and nurses in emergency and acute care settings, practice nurses, pharmacists, paramedics and those working in minor injury units across all parts of the UK and Ireland. Learning Outcomes: At the end of this series, attendees will be able to: - recognise the early signs and symptoms of Lyme disease ・ understand the importance of early and adequate treatment ・ access and use up to date guidelines on treatment of Lyme disease ・ discuss the recognised scientific uncertainties and the need for further research in relation to both diagnosis and treatment - recognise the potential signs and symptoms of neuroborreliosis - describe issues associated with diagnosing and treating Lyme disease in children. Course Director: Professor John (Jack) Lambert, Consultant in Infectious Diseases, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital/University College Dublin, Ireland. Lead Trustee of Lyme Resource Centre
Prof. Gareth Tudor Williams : Diagnosing and treating Lyme disease in children (23rd March 2022)
23:32
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Prof. Gareth Tudor Williams : Diagnosing and treating Lyme disease in children (23rd March 2022)

LYME DISEASE - Delving Deeper Into The Diagnosis & Treatment Of Tick-Borne Infections March 2022 Webinar Series Wednesday 23rd March 2022 (19:00-20.15) Prof. Gareth Tudor Williams : Diagnosing and treating Lyme disease in children This series of webinars held over 3 evenings (via Zoom), focus on the key information needed by primary & secondary care clinicians in relation to the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease. These learning events are open to health professionals and will be of relevance to GPs, doctors and nurses in emergency and acute care settings, practice nurses, pharmacists, paramedics and those working in minor injury units across all parts of the UK and Ireland. Learning Outcomes: At the end of this series, attendees will be able to: - recognise the early signs and symptoms of Lyme disease ・ understand the importance of early and adequate treatment ・ access and use up to date guidelines on treatment of Lyme disease ・ discuss the recognised scientific uncertainties and the need for further research in relation to both diagnosis and treatment - recognise the potential signs and symptoms of neuroborreliosis - describe issues associated with diagnosing and treating Lyme disease in children. Course Director: Professor John (Jack) Lambert, Consultant in Infectious Diseases, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital/University College Dublin, Ireland. Lead Trustee of Lyme Resource Centre
Amelia Wildman : A teenager’s experience of Lyme disease (23rd March 2022)
28:46
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Amelia Wildman : A teenager’s experience of Lyme disease (23rd March 2022)

LYME DISEASE - Delving Deeper Into The Diagnosis & Treatment Of Tick-Borne Infections March 2022 Webinar Series Wednesday 23rd March 2022 (19:00-20.15) Amelia Wildman : A teenager’s experience of Lyme disease This series of webinars held over 3 evenings (via Zoom), focus on the key information needed by primary & secondary care clinicians in relation to the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease. These learning events are open to health professionals and will be of relevance to GPs, doctors and nurses in emergency and acute care settings, practice nurses, pharmacists, paramedics and those working in minor injury units across all parts of the UK and Ireland. Learning Outcomes: At the end of this series, attendees will be able to: - recognise the early signs and symptoms of Lyme disease ・ understand the importance of early and adequate treatment ・ access and use up to date guidelines on treatment of Lyme disease ・ discuss the recognised scientific uncertainties and the need for further research in relation to both diagnosis and treatment - recognise the potential signs and symptoms of neuroborreliosis - describe issues associated with diagnosing and treating Lyme disease in children. Course Director: Professor John (Jack) Lambert, Consultant in Infectious Diseases, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital/University College Dublin, Ireland. Lead Trustee of Lyme Resource Centre
Dr Anne Cruikshank : Neuroborreliosis - Recognising the neurological and psychiatric manifestations
25:49
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Dr Anne Cruikshank : Neuroborreliosis - Recognising the neurological and psychiatric manifestations

LYME DISEASE - Delving Deeper Into The Diagnosis & Treatment Of Tick-Borne Infections March 2022 Webinar Series Tuesday 29th March 2022 (19:00-20.15) Dr. Anne Cruikshank - Neuroborreliosis - Recognising the neurological and psychiatric manifestations of Lyme disease This series of webinars held over 3 evenings (via Zoom), focus on the key information needed by primary & secondary care clinicians in relation to the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease. These learning events are open to health professionals and will be of relevance to GPs, doctors and nurses in emergency and acute care settings, practice nurses, pharmacists, paramedics and those working in minor injury units across all parts of the UK and Ireland. Learning Outcomes: At the end of this series, attendees will be able to: - recognise the early signs and symptoms of Lyme disease ・ understand the importance of early and adequate treatment ・ access and use up to date guidelines on treatment of Lyme disease ・ discuss the recognised scientific uncertainties and the need for further research in relation to both diagnosis and treatment - recognise the potential signs and symptoms of neuroborreliosis - describe issues associated with diagnosing and treating Lyme disease in children. Course Director: Professor John (Jack) Lambert, Consultant in Infectious Diseases, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital/University College Dublin, Ireland. Lead Trustee of Lyme Resource Centre
Prof. Jack Lambert : Case studies - An approach to managing neuroborreliosis (29th March 2022)
25:14
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Prof. Jack Lambert : Case studies - An approach to managing neuroborreliosis (29th March 2022)

LYME DISEASE - Delving Deeper Into The Diagnosis & Treatment Of Tick-Borne Infections March 2022 Webinar Series Tuesday 29th March 2022 (19:00-20.15) Prof. Jack Lambert - Case studies - an Infectious Disease consultant’s approach to managing neuroborreliosis This series of webinars held over 3 evenings (via Zoom), focus on the key information needed by primary & secondary care clinicians in relation to the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease. These learning events are open to health professionals and will be of relevance to GPs, doctors and nurses in emergency and acute care settings, practice nurses, pharmacists, paramedics and those working in minor injury units across all parts of the UK and Ireland. Learning Outcomes: At the end of this series, attendees will be able to: - recognise the early signs and symptoms of Lyme disease ・ understand the importance of early and adequate treatment ・ access and use up to date guidelines on treatment of Lyme disease ・ discuss the recognised scientific uncertainties and the need for further research in relation to both diagnosis and treatment - recognise the potential signs and symptoms of neuroborreliosis - describe issues associated with diagnosing and treating Lyme disease in children. Course Director: Professor John (Jack) Lambert, Consultant in Infectious Diseases, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital/University College Dublin, Ireland. Lead Trustee of Lyme Resource Centre
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