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#UiHTT - Liver Disease in Children and Young Adults – What do you need to know? By Lindsay Hogg and Aisling Rollason - Online Training

Unite in Health

Friday, 3 February 2017 from 12:30 to 14:30 (GMT)

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ONLINE TRAINING

 

UiHTT online Session Friday 11 November 2016 at 12.30 pm By Lindsay Hogg and Aisling Rollason

Liver Disease in Children and Young Adults – What do you need to know?

CLDF’s Senior Nurse Advisor, Lindsay Hogg, and CLDF’s Health and Research Information Manager, Aisling Rollason, will be discussing the diagnosis and management of childhood liver disease.

This session will be of particular interest to health visitors, school nurses and all professionals working with children and young adults who may come into contact with a child or a young adult with a liver disease.

It aims to cover:

  • An overview of the different types of paediatric liver disease

 

  • Diagnosis including the key signs of liver disease in new born babies, an explanation of the CLDF Jaundice Protocol (based on NICE guidelines) and guidance regarding what to do if you suspect a child may have liver disease

 

  • Signposting to resources available to support your continuing education

 

  • Information regarding how to support children and young adults with liver disease including an overview of CLDF and its services
Do you have questions about #UiHTT - Liver Disease in Children and Young Adults – What do you need to know? By Lindsay Hogg and Aisling Rollason - Online Training? Contact Unite in Health

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