Newsletter #21

author/source: DrB
Autumn Newsletter                                                                 November 2014


                                    Chronic atopic eczema in early childhood*



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                                    New Articles : Autumn 2014

The Combined Approach to atopic eczema is a programme involving several stages

There are four stages to The Combined Approach for atopic eczema in Younger Children

Clinical psychology, psychiatry and dermatology working together in London, UK

Habitual scratching causes chronic childhood eczema

Fun is important but care is needed …

Going to University is exciting, but be prepared!

The importance of a holistic approach in the treatment of skin disease

Treatment guidelines often overlook the treatment of lichenification


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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Dr Christopher Bridgett