London 2019 PSC Information Day

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PSC Support London Information day

Join us for our first joint King's and Royal Free PSC Information Day

Everyone is welcome!

Our PSC Support 2019 London PSC Information Day is hosted by Professor Douglas Thorburn (Royal Free Hospital) and Dr Deepak Joshi (King's College London) at the Fetal Medicine Research Institute, London. The venue is part of King's College hospital campus. This is an excellent chance to gain valuable access to the latest information and tips on living with PSC and meet others affected by the condition.

We have been overwhelmed with interest for this Information Day, which is fantastic! In light of this, we have released an additional 50 tickets. PLEASE let us know if you have booked a place but are no longer coming. Thank you!

Information Day Programme

12:15    Registration

12:30    Welcome - Martine Walmsley


12:40    PSC Basics - what you need to know about PSC first (Dr Jonathan Potts)

13:20    Patient Experience - Mark Chatterley


13:50    Break - a chance to meet and chat with others


14:10    ERCP for PSC - What is ERCP, and when is it used and why? (Dr Deepak Joshi)


14:50   Break - a chance to meet and chat with others


15:10    Pregnancy with PSC and After Liver Transplantation (Professor Michael Heneghan)


15:50    Break - a chance to meet and chat with others


16:00    PSC Research - What's new and what's coming (Professor Douglas Thorburn)


16:40   Break - a chance to meet and chat with others

17:30   End

Speakers

Dr Deepak Joshi - Consultant Hepatologist at the Institute of Liver Studies at King's College Hospital.

Professor Michael Heneghan- Consultant Hepatologist with a specialist interest in liver transplantation and autoimmune liver disease at King's College Hospital.

Dr Jonathan Potts - Consultant Hepatologist at the Royal Free Hospital.

Professor Douglas Thorburn - Consultant Hepatologist Clinical Director For Liver Transplantation, HPB, Hepatology, Endoscopy & Gastroenterology at the Royal Free Hospital.

Mark Chatterley - Mark lives with PSC and many of its complications, and has been on a clinical trial to help find a PSC treatment.

Martine Walmsley - Martine has had PSC for 13 years and is Chair of Trustees for PSC Support.

Charges

There is no charge to attend but donations to help PSC Support’s work are always welcome.

Spaces are limited so please register to confirm your place. We look forward to seeing you in London.

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