30th Annual Conference

30th Annual Conference

21 – 23 September 2021

Harrogate Convention Centre

  • Programme

    Tuesday 21 September 2021

    Time Room
    09.00 – 17.00 Derm School – Core skills in dermatology  Click here for more info B
    11.00 – 12.00 BADBIR session D
    12.00 – 13.00 UK DCTN session
    This session will cover

    • A brief recap on the key aims and objectives of the network
    • An update on studies in the UK DCTN portfolio including progress of ongoing and recently completed studies, newly funded studies in set-up and studies in the trial development pipeline
    • Learning and development opportunities including the Nurse Fellowship Award and new initiatives led by a UK DCTN/BDNG working group including informal online learning sessions
    • A chance to ask questions and discuss with UK DCTN Network Manager Carron Layfield what learning opportunities you would find useful and how you can potentially get more involved in the UK DCTN
    D
    13.00 – 14.00 Lunch and exhibition Exhibition

    hall

    14.00 – 17.00 Innovations in dermatology D
    14.00 – 14.05 Welcome D
    14.05 – 14.20 Vital 5 implementation in low acuity patients attending a dermatology day centre
    Lucy  Moorhead
    D
    14.20 – 14.35 Integrating habit reversal and the combined approach into clinics for atopic eczema
    Val Anderson
    D
    14.35 – 14.50 Patient-reported outcomes after 24 weeks of treatment with dimethyl fumarate in moderate plaque psoriasis: An open label, multi-centre, exploratory study
    Amy Foulkes
    D
    14.50 – 15.05 An investigation into the fire risk associated with garments contaminated with different emollients
    Nicola Housam
    D
    15.05 – 15.20 Restoration and transformation – The journey
    Lynne Skrine
    D
    15.20 – 15.35 A case of severe psoriasis in a young person with complex social and medical needs
    Maria Akinde
    D
    15.35 – 15.50 Maintaining a safe nurse-led skin cancer diagnostic service during the coronavirus pandemic
    Julie Van Onselen
    D
    15.50 – 16.15 Coffee and exhibition Exhibition

    hall

    16.15 – 17.00 Quality in Care Dermatology 2021

    Sanofi sponsored symposium

    D
    17.00 – 18.00 Welcome drinks reception Exhibition

    Hall

    18.00 – 18.45 Talk, a discussion guide to facilitate conversations on psoriasis with your patients: Sarah Copperwheat chairs an interactive panel Q&A B

     

    Wednesday 22 September 2021

    Time Room
    09.00 – 10.30 Workshop – Communication skills
    Polly Buchanan and Barbara Page
    E
    09.00 – 10.30 Foundation B
    09.00 – 09.05 Welcome and introductions from chair B
    09.05 – 09.45 Psoriasis and co-morbidities
    Alberto Barea
    B
    09.45 – 10.30 Lower leg dermatology
    Mel Sutherland
    B
    09.00 – 10.30 Advanced D
    09.00 – 09.05 Welcome and introductions from chair D
    09.05 – 09.45 What is advanced practice?
    Rebecca Penzer-Hick
    D
    09.45 – 10.30 The Nurse Consultant journey
    Sandra Lawton
    D
    10.30 – 11.00 Coffee and Exhibition Exhibition

    hall

    11.00 – 12.00 Annual General Meeting – BDNG members only D
    12.10 – 12.55 Guselkumab ▼ in the management of psoriasis: sharing case studies from Salford and Leeds
    Janssen sponsored symposium
    B
    12.10 – 12.55 Making a Difference to Psoriasis Care in 2021
    UCB sponsored symposium
    D
    12.55 – 13.50 Lunch and exhibition Exhibition

    hall

    13.50 – 14.35 Medicines Optimisation In Dermatology: A Pharmacist’s Perspective
    Lilly sponsored symposium
    C
    13.50 – 14.35 Peer-to-peer support: Practical management of atopic dermatitis and psoriasis
    Abbvie sponsored symposium
    B
    13.50 – 14.35 Optimising the treatment experience for patients with actinic keratosis
    Almirall sponsored symposium
    D
    14.45 – 16.45 Workshop  – Appraisal of evidence
    Kathy Radley and Alison Lowe
    E
    14.45 – 16.15 Foundation B
    14.45 – 15.15 Introduction to allergy
    Rebecca Batt
    B
    15.15 – 15.45 Coffee and exhibition Exhibition

    Hall

    15.45 – 16.15 Career development
    Julia Wheeler
    B
    14.45 – 16.15 Advanced D
    14.45 – 15.15 Making your case for advanced nurse role
    Lisa McGovern
    D
    15.15 – 15.45 Coffee and exhibition Exhibition

    Hall

    15.45 – 16.15 Nurse registrars
    Mel Sutherland
    D
    16.15 – 16.45 Training, education and clinical supervision in advanced practice
    Karina Jackson
    D

    Thursday 23 September 2021

    Time Room
    09.15 – 10.30 Workshop  – Lesion recognition
    Julie Van Onselen
    E
    09.15 – 10.30 Foundation B
    09.15 – 09.30 Welcome and introductions from chair B
    09.30 – 10.00 Communicating with adolescents
    Louise Porter
    B
    10.00 – 10.30 Paediatric care in a community setting
    Sarah Copperwheat
    B
    09.15 – 10.30 Advanced D
    09.15 – 09.30 Welcome and introductions from chair D
    09.30 – 10.00 Lifestyle Medicine, the microbiome and skin
    Dr Angela Goyal
    D
    10.00 – 10.30 Cases in contact dermatitis
    Dr Tanya Bleiker
    D
    10.30 – 11.00 Coffee and exhibition Exhibition

    Hall

    10.55 – 11.45 More than skin deep
    Typharm Sponsored symposium
    B
    11.00 – 11.45 Virtual working
    Lucy Moorhead
    D
    11.50 – 12.35 From here to clear? Managing your dermatology patients in 2021
    Abbvie sponsored symposium
    B
    11.50 – 12.35 Exploring the scientific and practical processes of PDT
    Biofrontera sponsored symposium
    D
    12.35 – 13.25 Lunch and exhibition Exhibition

    Hall

    13.25 – 14.10 Making progress in atopic dermatitis – what’s next for you and your patients?
    Leo Pharma sponsored symposium
    D
    14.15 – 15.00 Treating scalp conditions
    Fiona Elliott
    B
    14.15 – 15.00 New developments in biologics
    Dr Kave Shams
    D
    15.15 Conference closes

     

    Please note: this programme is subject to change.

  • Registration

    Registration fees

    Full Conference One day
    Before 20 August After 20 August Before 20 August After 20 August
    BDNG member £199 £249 £99 £149
    Non member £249 £299 £149 £199

    A £6 booking fee will apply to all registrations

    Click here to register

    Contact us for group booking

  • Conference Awards

    This is now closed for 2021

  • Call for abstracts

    This is now closed for 2021

  • Exhibition

    We are delighted for the support from the following organisations

    ABBVIE ALBERT WAESCHLE ALLIANCE
    ALMIRALL AMGEN ASPIRE
    ATHRODAX BEIERSDORF BIO-DIAGNOSTICS
    BIOFRONTERA CANUTE DERMA UK
    DERMAL EGO GALDERMA
    J&J JANSSEN LA ROCHE POSAY
    LEO PHARMA LILLY NOVARTIS
    SANOFI TYPHARM UCB

     

  • Social Events

    We will be holding a welcome drinks reception on Tuesday evening in the exhibition hall.

     

    To celebrate the BDNG 30th Annual Conference, we will be holding a birthday party on Wednesday night. Attendance at this is included for all delegates attending the full conference. Food and drinks will be served at this informal event as well as entertainment.

     

    Covid restrictions may alter these events.

  • Accommodation
  • FAQs
    Getting to Harrogate

    Car

    From the south, take the M1 and A1(M) before leaving at Junction 45 (Wetherby) then take the A661 to Harrogate. Alternatively continue on the A1(M) to Junction 47 (Knaresborough) then follow signs to Harrogate.

    From the north, take the A1(M) and exit at Junction 47 (Knaresborough) then follow signs to Harrogate.

    The postcode for SatNav is HG1 2HR.

    HCC has a car park and there are a number of car parks close by. Please visit https://www.harrogateconventioncentre.co.uk/visitors/parking for more information on locations and charges.

    Rail

    Harrogate train station is approximately 10 minutes walk from the venue

    Air

    Leeds Bradford airport (LBA) is 12 miles away. To get from LBA to Harrogate, take the Airport Direct 747 bus which runs hourly and will drop you off at Harrogate’s main bus station, from there it’s a five minute walk to the Convention Centre. Alternatively a taxi will take about 20 minutes and around £25.

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    Where can I park?

    HCC has a car park and there are a number of car parks close by. Please visit https://www.harrogateconventioncentre.co.uk/visitors/parking for more information on locations and charges.

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    What COVID-19 restrictions will be in place?

    The Government anticipate most restrictions will be lifted by late June 2021, however we will keep this under review and update as required.

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    Which entrance in HCC should I use?

    Please use Entrance 3.

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    Security

    For security reasons, bags may be searched upon arrival at the Convention Centre.  Please allow extra time to facilitate this.  Please do not leave your bags unattended at any time. The BDNG cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage to delegates property.

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    Is there somewhere for suitcase storage at Harrogate Convention Centre (HCC)?

    Yes, a cloakroom will be in operation on Tuesday 21 September and Thursday 23 September for the storage of luggage and coats.  The cloakroom is located in the entrance hall lobby.  The cost is only £2 per item.

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    Where do I collect my name badge and conference bag?

    Please visit the registration desk to collect these. For security purposes, badges must be worn at all times during the conference. We like to recycle name badges, please hand these in as you leave conference.

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    Where is the registration desk?

    This is located at the top of the staircase as you enter HCC through Entrance 3 and will be staffed during the following hours.

    Tuesday 08:00 – 18:00
    Wednesday 08:30 – 17:00
    Thursday 08:30 – 16:00

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    I am a speaker. Where do I upload my presentation?

    Speaker preview is located beside the meeting rooms. See map.

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    Speakers

    Views expressed by speakers are their own. The BDNG cannot accept liability for advice given or views expressed by any speaker at the conference or in material provided to delegates.

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    Is there free wifi?

    Everyone coming to Harrogate Convention Centre has access to free wi-fi. No need for sign-up or passwords, just connect and accept the T&Cs.  Look for ‘Venue Wifi’ on your connections list. Please note this service is not suitable for heavy downloads or streaming.

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    Which sessions can I attend?

    You are welcome to attend any of the educational session. The foundation sessions are aimed at those new to dermatology and the advanced sessions are aimed at the more experienced nurse.

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    How can I get handouts from the presentations?

    We do not supply copies of the presentations to delegates. Video highlights from conference will be available on the BDNG website soon.

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    What symposia are available?

    We are hosting 8 sponsored symposia at this year’s conference. See programme for more details.

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    Where is the poster display?

    This is located outside the meetings rooms. See map.

    We have a number of posters on display.  These are located close to the educational sessions. A prize will be awarded for the Best Scientific Poster.  You can vote online or by visiting the BDNG Registration Desk to cast your vote.  Please vote by Wednesday 22 September at 15:00. The winner will be announced at the 30th Annual Conference birthday party.

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    Exhibition

    The BDNG gratefully acknowledges the contribution of our colleagues in the pharmaceutical industry whose support has helped to make this Annual Conference possible. Please take the opportunity to visit our exhibitors during the conference. The exhibition hall is full of opportunities to learn about new treatments, technologies and resources. Exhibitors list coming soon.

    A number of patient support groups are also exhibiting. Please take the opportunity to visit these important groups.

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    Where is lunch served?

    All refreshments will be served in the Exhibition Hall.

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    Is there a welcome reception?

    We will be holding a welcome reception on Tuesday 21 September from 17:00 – 18:00 in the Exhibition Hall. You do not need a ticket to attend this and it’s a great opportunity to meet up with old and new friends.

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    Where is the Anniversary Birthday Party?

    To celebrate the BDNG 30th Annual Conference, we will be holding a birthday party on Wednesday 22 September 19:00 onwards at the Majestic Hotel which is situated within walking distance of the Convention Centre.  Attendance at this event is included for all delegates attending the full conference.  Food and drinks will be served at this informal event as well as entertainment.

    Delegates are asked to make their own transport arrangement to and from the venue.

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    Can you recommend any restaurants in Harrogate?

    There are numerous restaurants in Harrogate all within a short walk of the Convention Centre. Click here for some suggestions. Also check out the Convention Centre’s Visitor Discount Offers

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    Where is the nearest ATM?

    An ATM is located close to entrance 4, at the end of the building.  Please ask a member of staff for further direction.

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    Evaluations

    Your feedback is very important in planning for next year’s conference. Please take part in our online evaluation.  A live link will be available here during conference. Once you have completed your feedback, you will be able to download a certificate of attendance.

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    How do I get a certificate of attendance?

    A certificate of attendance will be available online once you have completed your evaluation of the conference.

     

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