- Date and time Thu 10 Jan 2019 from 8:30am to 8:30pm
- Location Royal Society of Medicine
- Organised by Paediatrics and Child Health
The LSP study days are organised by the Royal Society of Medicine and the London Specialty School of Paediatrics. The study days are aimed at ST4/5, although paediatricians at all levels of training and career find them of interest.
This meeting will cover a wide variety of allergy topics that a general paediatrician may encounter in their clinical practice. The topics include basic knowledge of allergy and hypersensitivity reactions, food and drug allergy, anaphylaxis and prevention of allergic disease.
Workshops will take place which will demonstrate the correct use of inhaler devices, application of eczema emollients and creams, nasal spray and adrenaline auto-injector use, and management plan formulation.
This study day will explore the importance of common allergic conditions and the significance of taking into consideration the increasing incidence of allergic diseases in modern societies, and the high level of anxiety that these conditions generate in families.
- Understand common allergic problems
- Food allergy diagnosis, investigations and management prevention of allergies
- Insight into practical skills in skin prick testing and the use of preventable drugs
- Recognise appropriate management for anaphylaxis
- The definition and classification of hypersensitivity reactions
LME skills evening: preparing for the Paediatric consultant interview
Preparing for any interview can be daunting, especially for a Consultant post. Jude Tavanyar, Leadership and Communication Specialist Coach from the Professional Support Unit and Jon Keene, Consultant Paediatrician will lead this LME session to guide you on how best to prepare. Through individual and small group work explore your attributes and how best to develop and promote them. Get the insider’s paediatric focused guide and top tips for interview skills.
All trainees of all levels are welcome and are encouraged to come. It’s never too early to start preparing and developing your action plan.
Jon Keene is a General Paediatrician at Princess Alexandra Harlow, the Lead for Paediatric short stay, and has an interest in Paediatric Gastroenterology. He was selected to speak at the LME programme last year on “Getting the most out of your training.”
Jude Tavanyar is an Independent Career & Leadership Coach and Trainer, Systemic Family Psychotherapist and Author with over 30 years of experience working with individuals and teams within the NHS. In her current role as an independent career and leadership coach and trainer with the Professional Support Unit, she supports doctors in training from across specialties.