Event date: 20 July 7.30-8.30pm
About the webinar
The Society of Tissue Viability, one of the Legs Matter coalition members, are running this session. It will help you understand the diversity and complexity of leg ulcers and also the management of unusual causes of leg ulcers. Dr Sweta Rai aims to expand your knowledge base on different presentations of leg ulcers and will talk about evidence based management and newer techniques of leg ulcer management.
Dr Rai has an interactive and inclusive style of speaking and therefore questions and discussion will be very welcome during and after her talk.
Who is it for?
Anyone involved in the diagnosis, treatment and management of leg ulcers and/or lower limb conditions
By the end of the session, delegates will be able to;
- Understand the diversity and complexity of leg ulcers
- Understand management of unusual causes of leg ulcers
- Expanded knowledge base on different presentations of leg ulcers
Participation in the webinar is free of charge, you can book via the Society of Tissue Viability website by clicking the link below.
Register here and receive your link to the live webinar
More information / questions
If you have additional questions about this webinar, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Sweta Rai, Consultant Dermatologist and Dermatologic Surgeon, Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust & Harley Street Clinic
Sweta is a specialist in skin cancer and Mohs Micrographic surgery and completed post graduate training here in the UK at various centres of excellence such as Guys and St. Thomas’s Hospital, Salford Royal Hospital and Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust with post graduate super specialisation in Mohs Micrographic Surgery, Laser Surgery and Cosmetic Surgery completed at centres of excellence in the US such as Yale Dermatological Surgery Centre, Yale University, Connecticut and The Mount Sinai Dermatologic Surgery Centre at Mount Sinai Hospital, New York.
Sweta’s combination of Medical and Surgical Dermatololgy training places her in a unique position where she deals with both the diagnosis and management of complex wounds on the whole body, including the legs, and she regularly consults on complex wounds on the legs and has a special interest in the treatment of complex wounds and procedural methods for the management of complex wounds.
Sweta has an interactive and inclusive style of speaking and therefore questions and discussion are always welcome during and after her talks.