Vasculitis Patient Symposium - London - April 2015

Vasculitis Patient Symposium - London - April 2015

Hope you do not mind me sharing this post but Vasculitis UK are hosting a Vasculitis Patient Symposium in London in April 2015, to coincide with the International Vasculitis Medical Conference.

This is the programme and details of the speakers for the "patient symposium"

Date: Saturday 18th April 2015.

Venue: The Business Design Centre, Upper Street, Islington, London. N1 0QH

Time: Registration opens 9.15. Meeting opens 10.00. Meeting closes 17.30

Cost: £55 per delegate; including registration fees, all day tea and coffee, and full hot buffet lunch.

Children: Age 12 or under - free


Dr Neil Basu (Aberdeen)

Dr Nina Brown (Manchester)

Dr Maria Cinta Cid (Barcelona)

Dr Thomas Hauser (Zurich)

RNS Julie Ingall (Portsmouth)

Dr Rachel Jones (Cambridge)

Dr Peter Lanyon (Nottingham)

Dr Peter Merkel (Philadelphia)

Dr Nataliya Milman (Ontario)

Dr Janice Mooney (UEA)

Professor Ann Morgan (Leeds)

Dr Fiona Pearce (Nottingham)

Dr Jo Robson (Oxford)

Prof Caroline Savage (GSK)

Professor David Scott (Norwich)

Dr Louise Watson (GOSH)

Dr Richard Watts (Ipswich)

Dr David Younger (New York)


ANCA vasculitis [Wegener's (GPA), MPA, Churg Strauss (EGPA)]

Giant Cell Arteritis


Drugs and Side Effects

Who gets vasculitis?

Takayasu's Arteritis, HSP, Behçet's, CNS Vasculitis and Neuropathy

Holistic and Long Term Care

Patient Experiences

New developments in diagnosis and treatment


A mixture of short presentations, plus parallel "workshops" on specific groups of topics (Small Vessel Vasculitis; Large Vessel Vasculitis; Less common types of Vasculitis; Ongoing care in Vasculitis) plus "Meet the Doctors" - panel discussions.

For full details please follow this link

or you can book a ticket directly through Eventbrite

if you would like to make more enquires you can email me John Mills

2 Replies

  • Thanks John for keeping us informed. I would love to go but Australia is just too far! If yourself or anyone else does make it I (and I'm sure everyone else would love to read your notes or summary.

    Just out of curiosity. On one of my previous hospital admissions I shared the ward with a lady with Churg Strauss disease - what would be the odds of that - two people with extremely rare diseases put into the same ward? On typing that maybe the hospital has a rare diseases ward?

    Regards, Lesley

  • Hi Lesley - is possible it will be recorded & made available in modules to view

    online. BW - John

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