Please join us at our series of live webinars with esteemed guest speakers discussing the latest updates and findings across multiple pathologies and dermatological conditions.

Our face is arguably the first thing someone will look at when they meet us. The aim of today’s talk is to examine the unique features of facial skin and the common conditions which cause facial erythema. I will cover the clinical features and management of inflammatory skin diseases – acne rosacea, perioral dermatitis, seborrhoeic and atopic dermatitis. I will also discuss contact dermatitis, photosensitivity disorders and how the facial skin can be affected in systemic disease.

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Dr Ruth Boreland

I qualified as a Doctor from Queens University Belfast in 2005 and completed my GP training in 2010. While working as a GP locum I completed my Cardiff Diploma in Dermatology followed by the Diploma in Dermoscopy. Previously I worked as a GP with Special Interest (GPwSI) in Dermatology in the Southern Trust. Currently I am a GP Partner in the Western Trust and I work as a GPwSI in Dermatology in Altnagelvin Hospital. I also provide Community Dermatology clinics through the GP Elective Care Service (GPECS).


19:30: Introduction

19:35:The Red Skin

20.20: Q&A


This webinar will be hosted on Microsoft TEAMS by L'Oreal.

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