GOSH Immune Dysregulation Day

Thursday 23 January 2025, 9:00-17:30 (GMT)
Course Director: Dr Reem Elfeky, Consultant in Paediatric Immunology, GOSH

This course aims to shed lights on inborn errors of immunity (IEI) associated with immune dysregulation. These are a group of diseases with clinical phenotypes mainly caused by immune-mediated pathology and less prominent pathology from severe, recurrent, or unusual infections.

International immunology experts from Europe and the United States will come together to deliver their talks, share their research work and experience in managing patients with IEI associated with immune dysregulation.

The course will discuss similarities and differences between IEI associated with immune dysregulation. The course will explore the pathway approach from mechanism to treatment of immune dysregulation.

During the event, there will be a dedicated session on the role of haematopoietic stem cell transplant in the era of targeted therapies for immune dysregulation.

Learning objectives: 

  • Understanding different pathways involved in immune dysregulation.
  • How to use the knowledge for clinical care?
  • Role of HSCT in the context of targeted therapy.

Who should attend?
Immunology consultants (paediatrics/adults), immunology trainees and immunology nurse specialists.

Programme:
The course programme is attached.

Venue:
Ryan Connolly Room, Zayed Centre for Research, 20c Guilford Street, London, WC1N 1DZ (and online via Zoom Webinar)

Pricing:
Face-to-Face Ticket* - £100
Face-to-Face Ticket (trainee doctors and nurses)* - £60
Virtual Ticket - £60
Virtual Ticket (delegates from low and lower-middle income countries)** - Free

*Face-to-face tickets include lunch and refreshments.

**Delegates who reside in low and lower-middle income countries (defined according to the World Bank country classification of low income and lower-middle-income economies) can attend the course virtually for free. Countries that fall into these two groups can be found here: Low income countries and Lower-middle income countries - please scroll to the bottom of each page to see the countries included. 

Please email events.gla@gosh.nhs.uk if you need to pay via invoice through your Trust/organisation.

GOSH staff wishing to attend can either a) pay via debit/credit card (if they plan to self-fund their ticket) or b) apply through the Scholarship Fund or departmental funds (where applicable). Those applying via route b do not need to complete the registration form on this page. Please submit your study leave funding application and when approved the GLA Events Management Team will manually register you for the course. Please email events.gla@gosh.nhs.uk if you require assistance.

Registration:
Please note that registration for face-to-face tickets will close on Thursday 16 January, 17:00 GMT
Registration for virtual tickets will close on Wednesday 22 January, 17:00 GMT

Recording:
Please note that this event will be recorded (subject to speakers’ consent), with the recording shared with delegates for a short period (up to three months) post-event.

CPD:
RCPCH CPD approval is being applied for. Where approved, the basic unit of CPD activity is 1 hour of learning equals 1 CPD credit. This course will therefore be awarded 6.5 CPD credits.

 

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Cancellation policy: 

Delegates are entitled to a full refund if they cancel their place more than 14 days before an event. All cancellation requests must be provided in writing to events.gla@gosh.nhs.uk. Personal arrangements including travel, accommodation or hospitality relating to the event which have been arranged by you are at your own risk. The GLA shall not be liable for the cost of these arrangements if you cancel your place at an event or if the event is cancelled or postponed by the GLA.

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