Eczema Support Group – 7th Sharing (Lunch) on Treatment for Baby and Child Eczema

Dr Lynn Chiam will join in the sharing session

Dr Lynn Chiam will join in the sharing session

The next session will be over lunch, and it’d be the first where we will have a doctor on the Eczema Support Group’s advisory panel joining us! Topic: Treatment for Kid’s Eczema

17 May 2013 (Friday) – Venue, NSC Room 401, 12 noon to 1pm

1. 12.00 – 12.15pm Introducing Ourselves – we can do this with our mouths full (lunch provided).

2. 12.15 – 1pm I’d be facilitating the discussion on treatment, sharing the treatment that my baby has gone through, and the impact on her eczema. Dr Lynn will be around, to join in, but this is not a consultation session, but a sharing of general treatment methods. There will be balloons for sculpturing, puzzles and coloring to occupy your children.

Same note: Information shared is not medical advice, please still see a doc. No selling anything or pretending to be a parent of eczema child. Information on my blog is not pre-approved by NSC.

3. What’s for Lunch – Very likely, pizza.

4. YOU MUST RSVP – Our medical social worker who is helping with the Eczema Support Group will be in-charge of confirming your attendance, which isn’t confirmed till she says so! If you’re coming, please email me ([email protected]) your name, mobile and email, number of adults & kids coming, so that I can get her to contact you.

Look forward to seeing everyone! Mei

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3 Comments
  1. […] panel Dr Lynn Chiam joining us. Dr Lynn is no stranger to our group; she had joined us on a topic on eczema treatment in May 2013 and also helped out with Doctor Q&A on Teen Eczema, Facial Eczema and Skin Function and […]

  2. […] Friday’s lunch sharing session with Dr Lynn Chiam was a fruitful one – the topic was Treatment for Kids’ Eczema and we had pizza and […]

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