ILF Webinars is a series of free webinars on lymphoedema and related topics. The webinars are focusing on selected ILF key topics, such as genital lymphoedema, children with lymphoedema, outcome measures, LIMPRINT and lipoedema.
The webinars are produced by the ILF and the speakers are members of the ILF Board of Directors and other international lymphoedema experts.
The webinars will include presentations and live Q&A sessions. After the live sessions complete recordings will be available on-demand.
The programme will be regularly updated as details are confirmed.
Please notice that a Certificate of attendance is available if you participate in minimum 70% of the webinar (live or on-demand). Please contact the ILF Secretariat for further information email@example.com
Topic: “Genital lymphoedema”
Speakers: Melanie Thomas, UK; Rhian Noble-Jones, UK
Live webinar including Q&A session (TBA)
Description: Isabelle Quéré, FR, and Ellen Collard, UK, discuss the implications of living with lymphoedema and look to the future from a patient as well as a clinician perspective.
Ellen is presenting her story as a child growing up with primary lymphoedema, and her experience about how to learn to deal with the psychosocial aspects. Isabelle presents new therapeutic options for treatment of lymphoedema and lymphatic malfunctions, and what these may mean for the future of a child living with lymphoedema today.
Speakers: Isabelle Quéré, (Prof, MD, PhD), University of Montpellier, France; Ellen Collard (primary lymphoedema patient, medical student), Cardiff University, UK
Description: Have you wondered how climate change might alter the likelihood of developing lymphoedema? And what might be the likely implications for those people who already have lymphoedema? Professor Sue Gordon and Professor Neil Piller will discuss with insights based on current knowledge and personal inference.
Speakers: Sue Gordon, Australia; Neil Piller, Australia
Topic: “Problem-solving in complex chronic oedema/lymphoedema and wounds: The case of compression” 6 October 2020
Description: Through real life videos we are presenting cases of patients who are requiring compression bandaging for different presentations of chronic oedema/lymphoedema. Different approaches and solutions to manage these patients will be discussed.
Speakers: Christine Moffatt, UK; Susan Nørregaard, DK