DSUK 2021 Conference - Professional Day
Our first virtual conference for healthcare professionals will take place from 9am to 2pm on Friday 19th November, 2021.
The conference includes a packed half-day agenda of leading voices in Dravet Syndrome to enable discussion of the latest updates, news and medical research.
Tickets are now on sale for our Professional Day Conference. Please book your place using the ticketing app below.
Please note that prices are discounted if you are attending a country with low-income or middle-income economies (scroll to see all options). If you are unsure if this includes your country, please check the list compiled by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), here.
- Healthcare Professional from high-income economies (including the UK) = £65
- Healthcare Professional from low-income & middle-income economies = £25
- Other Professional/Industry from high-income economies (including the UK) = £75
- Other Professional/Industry from low-income & middle-income economies = £35
- Student from high-income economies (including the UK) = £25
- Student from low-income & middle-income economies = £10
Once you have checked out, you'll receive an email confirming your booking. In June, we'll launch our conference microsite where you will be invited to register to view the event and receive updates. If you have any questions in the meantime, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Terms and Conditions for the event, including our cancellation policy, click here.
Learning objectives for healthcare professionals
In attending this conference, Healthcare professionals can expect to achieve:
- Increased understanding of Dravet Syndrome
- Better understanding of how and when to diagnose Dravet Syndrome
- Improved awareness and understanding of current treatments for Dravet Syndrome
- Improved awareness and understanding of emergency protocols for Dravet Syndrome
- Improved understanding of the associated co-morbidities of Dravet Syndrome and its natural history
- Better understanding of SUDEP and other associated mortality in Dravet Syndrome
- Improved awareness and understanding of emerging treatments for Dravet Syndrome
- Increased understanding of findings in research relating to Dravet Syndrome