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Webinars

Social Determinants of Health: Key Concepts and Practical Considerations – June 29, 2021

In case you missed it, the recording of “Social Determinants of Health: Key Concepts and Practical Considerations” is available for viewing.

This webinar provides a brief overview of the social determinants of health, followed by a panel discussion with members of EMPaCT (Equity-Mobilizing Partnerships in Community) led by Dr. Ambreen Sayani. This webinar is part of a series in advance of the 6th Annual Patients Redefining the Future of Healthcare Summit in Canada co-hosted by the Canadian Psoriasis Network and Save Your Skin Foundation.

Common Conditions Associated with Psoriasis – June 23, 2021

Dr. Mark Kirchoff, MD, PhD, FRCPC, Division Head of Dermatology in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa and The Ottawa Hospital and Dr. Lihi Eder MD PhD, Director, Psoriatic Arthritis Program, Women’s College Hospital, Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto.

Learn about the common conditions associated with psoriasis, with a focus on psoriatic arthritis and cardio-metabolic abnormalities. Understand the risks and how you can work with your care team to manage them.

The information in this webinar is general information only. The opinions expressed are those of the speakers and reflect their experience and expertise. Any personal questions and concerns, including the risks and benefits of any treatments for you, should be discussed with your doctor or dermatologist. Research is continuously evolving and the information presented in this webinar is reflective of the date of its original airing (June 23, 2021).

Spotlight on Treatments – May 20, 2021

Dr. Irina Turchin, MD, FRCPC, Brunswick Dermatology Centre, Fredericton, NB presents the webinar that shines a Spotlight on Treatments for psoriasis. 

The information in this webinar is general information only. The opinions expressed are those of the speakers and reflect their experience and expertise. Any personal questions and concerns, including the risks and benefits of any treatments for you, should be discussed with your doctor or dermatologist. Research is continuously evolving and the information presented in this webinar is reflective of the date of its original airing (May 20, 2021).

COVID-19 Current State of Knowledge – March 18, 2021

Dr. Mark Kirchhof, MD, PhD, FRCPC, Division Head of Dermatology in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa and The Ottawa Hospital takes a deep dive into the current state of knowledge on COVID-19 vaccines and psoriasis.

The information in this webinar is general information only. The opinions expressed are those of the speakers and reflect their experience and expertise. Any personal questions and concerns, including the risks and benefits of any treatments for you, should be discussed with your doctor or dermatologist. Research is continuously evolving and the information presented in this webinar is reflective of the date of its original airing (March 18, 2021).

Psoriasis Webinar Series – Fall 2020

Living well with psoriasis takes a holistic approach to physical and mental health, especially in light of added disruptions and stress during the pandemic.

These webinars focused on what current research says from dermatologists, allied health professionals and patients about:

  1. Psoriasis and COVID-19 Thursday, September 17, 2020, 7-8:15pm ET.
  2. Psoriasis and Diet Thursday October 15, 2020, 7-8:15pm ET.
  3. Psoriasis and Mental Health Thursday November 19, 2020, 7-8:15pm ET.

 

This series was made possible with support from AbbVie and Pierre Fabre.

Psoriasis and Mental Health

Presented by Dermatologist, Dr. Renita Ahluwalia, B.A, B.Sc., FRCPC, DABD, Medical and Cosmetic Dermatology, Lecturer, University of Toronto, Lead dermatologist Canadian Dermatology Centre and Leslie Molnar, MSW, RSW.

The information in this webinar series is general information only. The opinions expressed in this series are those of the speakers and reflect personal clinical experience and perspectives. Any personal questions and concerns, including the risks and benefits of any psoriasis treatment or mental health treatment for you, should be discussed with your doctor or dermatologist. Before making any changes to your treatment plan, talk to you doctor or dermatologist to determine what is best for your individual situation. Research is continuously evolving and the information presented in this webinar is reflective of the date of its original airing (November 19, 2020).

Psoriasis and Diet

Presented by Dermatologist, Dr. Irina Turchin, MD, FRCPC, Brunswick Dermatology Center, Fredericton, NB and Sandra Saville, Registered Dietitian, Saville Nutrition Consulting.

The information in this webinar series is general information only. The opinions expressed in this series are those of the speakers and reflect personal clinical experience and perspectives. Any personal questions and concerns, including the risks and benefits of any diet or psoriasis treatment for you, should be discussed with your doctor or dermatologist. Before starting a new diet or before making any changes to your treatment plan, talk to you doctor or dermatologist to determine what is best for your individual situation. Research is continuously evolving and the information presented in this webinar is reflective of the date of its original airing (October 15, 2020).

Psoriasis and COVID-19

The information in this webinar series is general information only. Information about COVID-19 continues to evolve as we learn more about the virus over time. The opinions expressed are those of the speakers and reflect personal clinical experience. Please consult with your dermatologist or doctor about your personal questions and concerns and the risks and benefits of any psoriasis treatment for you.

Dr. Mark Kirchhof, MD, PhD, FRCPC, Division Head of Dermatology in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa and The Ottawa Hospital takes a deep dive into the current state of knowledge on psoriasis and COVID-19. Featuring CPN Member, Laura Catalano to share her story about life with psoriasis during the pandemic.

Research is continuously evolving and the information presented in this webinar is reflective of the date of its original airing (Sept 17, 2020).

Living with Mild Moderate Symptoms of Psoriasis – What You Need to Know

This video takes a deep dive into living with mild-to-moderate symptoms of psoriasis with Dr. Irina Turchin and speakers, Laura Catalano and Sandra Clark. For information on all treatments and supports available in Canada for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis, visit https://www.canadianpsoriasisnetwork.com/psoriasis-treatment/.

This initiative was supported by an educational grant from LEO Pharma Inc.

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