Ticket price includes lunch, afternoon tea & cake, and refreshments throughout the day, and a one-off event gift bag - we thank our event supporters for this.
Help with a skin condition is one thing. Help living with a skin condition is another. At SKIN MATTERS 2017, you will learn techniques to address both.
SKIN MATTERS 2017 is the only meeting of its kind, designed to help you minimise the impact your skin condition has on you and on your life.
This event will be led by professionals - experienced dermatologists, psychodermatologists, dermatology nurses, researchers, and patients keen to share stories of success.
Skin conditions are too complex to be controlled by just one treatment or strategy - they need a more comprehensive approach - an approach that is based upon the person not the condition.
SKIN MATTERS 2017 aims to inform you about what can help or hinder a skin condition, but also aims to change how you think, feel and act about your skin, empowering you to join others in finding a better way.
As with any problem, the better you understand it, the easier you can manage it.
Psoriasis, eczema, vitiligo, rosacea, mycosis fungoides, acne, lupus, ichthyosis, alopecia areata or just itchy and/or dry skin that drives you crazy at night - this event is for everyone who wants greater control over a skin condition.
Tickets are limited to 150.
To make it easier to bring a supportive family member, friend or partner, purchase 2 tickets and the second ticket is half price (the £16 discount will be refunded within 24 hours of purchasing 2 tickets together - you will receive immediate email confirmation of this refund).
See www.skinmatters2017.co.uk for more the full event programme, speakers, and further information.
What to expect
At SKIN MATTERS 2017, experienced industry professionals will discuss how they have helped others, through presentations, demonstrations and open Q&A panel sessions.
The setting will be in the style of a large and comfortable lecture theatre, with the presenters on the stage at the front.
What are my transport options for getting to and from the event?
The venue is approximately a 2-3 minute walk from Euston tube station (200-300 metres).
Please see full details for travelling by tube, bus, bike, train or car on the Wellcome Trust website:
What shall I bring to the event?
All food & drink will be provided free of charge (water, tea & coffee breaks, plus lunch and afternoon cakes).
We suggest bringing a notepad and a pen if you're a note-taker.
Is the venue wheelchair-accessible?
Yes there is step-free access to all parts of the conference (and the toilets).
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?