Happy New Year and look forward to this year’s first session on the topic of Skincare for Kids.
Skincare for young children is important as they are able to understand skincare, and have to take care of their own skin for those who are schooling. Young children may also resist moisturizing and parents have to teach children how to moisturize and understand its benefits. Children who are in primary school also have to be aware some of the school activities that may trigger their eczema flare-ups and learn the basics of managing their eczema in school.
The speaker for this session is dermatology nurse Sister Wong, who is the Senior Nurse Educator at National Skin Center and trained in Dermatology and STI (Sexually Transmitted Infections) Nursing in UK. She had spent many years in the inpatient nursing care in CDC and currently based in outpatient services in National Skin Centre. She is also in charge of training programmes for the nurses in Dermatology.
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22 January 2016 (Friday) – Venue, NSC Room 401, 12.15 noon to 1.15pm
Do note though that this is not a consultation session. For those bringing your child, there will be balloons for sculpturing, puzzles and coloring to occupy your children.
You must RSVP so that we can order lunch and arrange the layout for the seats. If you’re coming, please email firstname.lastname@example.org your name, mobile and email, number of adults & kids coming.
One last thing, the session would be starting on-time and information on my blog is not pre-approved by NSC.
Look forward to your RSVP and meeting you!