Prof Jack Lambert: Diagnosis and management of late disseminated Lyme disease

Prof Jack Lambert: Diagnosis and management of late disseminated Lyme disease

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LYME DISEASE - THE NEW GREAT IMITATOR Diagnosis & Treatment of Tick-Borne Infections in Primary Care.

Wednesday 22nd September 2021
The challenges in diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease.

This series of complementary webinars held over 3 evenings (via Zoom), focus on challenges faced by primary care clinicians in relation to the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease.

These learning events are open to health professionals and will be of particular relevance to GPs, practice nurses, pharmacists, paramedics and those working in minor injury units across all parts of the UK and Ireland. Zoom meeting details will be provided upon registration.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of this series, attendees will be able to:

- outline the importance of early diagnosis and appropriate treatment in the prevention of persistent symptoms

- confidently manage tick bites and treat early Lyme disease

- access and use up to date guidelines on the treatment of Lyme disease

- discuss the recognised scientific uncertainties and the need for further research in relation to both diagnosis and treatment.

Course Director:

Professor John (Jack) Lambert
Consultant in Infectious Diseases,
Mater Misericordiae University Hospital/University College Dublin, Ireland.
Lead Trustee of Lyme Resource Centre