Managing Eczema – Current Practical Solutions

Register for free today – available now on-demand

This series of three CPD accredited webinars is aimed at primary care nurses who care for people with eczema in their day-to-day practice.

  • The first webinar ‘A Virtual Eczema Consultation Best Practice Guide’ covers how to assess, devise a treatment plan, educate and support an eczema patient virtually. This webinar will include eczema-focused tips on how to become confident at preparing and conducting virtual consultations whilst empowering patients, ensuring best practice.

  • The second webinar focuses on the stages of eczema; acute, sub-acute and chronic. A range of eczema treatments will be discussed with practical tips from emollients, to antimicrobials to topical steroids and topical immunomodulators.

  • The third webinar focuses on managing itch in atopic eczema, and will focus on treatment and psychological effects, and behavioural treatments.

The registration process takes just a minute. There's nothing to install or set up, simply register and fill out your details.

CPD certificates for each session will be emailed to viewers who watched the entire recording. 

Find out more about the organisers

British Journal of Nursing (BJN) is the peer-reviewed journal that brings together nursing practice, education and leadership into one comprehensive resource. Written by nurses to guarantee quality, accessibility and relevance, it shares the latest evidence on all key clinical topics, and professional guidance on all areas of practice and your wider role. Published fortnightly, and with more than 9,000 articles available in our online archive, BJN is an unrivalled source of information for personal development and the delivery of safe and effective care.


Independent Nurse is the essential magazine for primary care and community nursing. Every month it delivers evidence-based clinical articles that focus on real life medicine and the specific needs of frontline primary care nurses, and non-clinical, practical resources to enhance nurses' professional development and support them in their expanding roles. It also publishes unbiased analysis of the latest clinical and political news, with authoritative comment from leading figures in the health service.

Practice Nursing is the peer-reviewed journal committed to a culture of clinical excellence and professional development within primary care nursing. Every month, the journal contains the latest evidence-based reviews, research and peer-to-peer guidance, alongside more than 10,000 pages of content in our fully searchable online archive; it is the UK’s leading clinical resource for the general practice nurse.


Journal of Prescribing Practice is the multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal for all non-medical prescribers. It exclusively focuses on prescribing, covering pharmacology, calculation skills and the clinical areas in which you prescribe. Every issue is packed full of the evidence-based guidance that you need in practice. Dedicated to all professions with prescribing rights, the journal will help you to prescribe more efficiently and effectively.



The Primary Care Dermatology Society was formed in 1994 by a group of GP skin specialists who recognised the need for a forum in which GPs could exchange views on primary care dermatology, develop skills and progress clinical research in this exciting and developing field of medicine.

In 2019 membership was opened to the wider primary care team moving away from being a solely GP focused education provider.

Our main focus is education and the Society holds many conferences all over the UK. In addition the website is recognised as a world leader in the field of dermatology and includes a wide library of pictures along with A-Z of dermatology conditions, diagnostic tables, treatment & management pathways.

Sponsored by Dermal Laboratories

Experts in topical formulations

Founded by a doctor in 1963, Dermal Laboratories is one of the few truly independent UK pharmaceutical companies. For over 55 years, we have focused on researching and developing novel dermatological treatments.

The company’s expertise focuses on the formulation of highly effective, cosmetically acceptable and proven therapies for the management of skin conditions. Dermal understands that it is the performance of the whole formulation that makes the difference, not just the efficacy of the active ingredients. This approach has helped make our products known and trusted among dermatologists, general practitioners and nurses.

If you would like to request further information about any of our products, educational dermatology resources, or would like to speak to one of our experienced Dermal representatives please contact us below. 

Doublebase Dayleve Gel

Isopropyl myristate, liquid paraffin

Doublebase Dayleve Gel is an enhanced long-lasting gel formulation containing 30% oils, a high level of glycerol, and povidone, a film forming agent which helps to seal moisture into the skin. The combined action of these ingredients results in an effective, long-lasting emollient.

Doublebase Dayleve Gel is clinically proven to be effective for 12 hours.1,2 This means that even when patients only apply their emollient twice a day, you can have the confidence that their skin can stay moisturised and protected throughout the day, or night. With only twice a day application, a Doublebase Dayleve Gel 500g pack is likely to last longer than traditional 500g creams applied 3 to 4 times a day, meaning fewer packs are required.

Doublebase Dayleve Gel is ideal for school children, the elderly and adults who may struggle to reapply emollients throughout the day. Doublebase Dayleve Gel is easily absorbed into the skin, making it convenient to apply, helping improve patient adherence.

Adex Gel

Adex Gel emollient offers an effective, simple and different approach to the treatment and management of mild to moderate eczema and psoriasis.

Adex Gel emollient can also help reduce inflammation and redness because Adex Gel provides added extra anti‑inflammatory action.

Adex Gel is a highly moisturising and protective emollient which also contains an added, ancillary anti‑inflammatory medicinal substance to help reduce inflammation and redness. Its emollient properties are derived from a high oil content and from the inclusion of glycerol, as a humectant. The added ancillary anti‑inflammatory action is provided by nicotinamide, a medicinal substance which is a form of vitamin B3, which has been shown to exhibit noticeable anti‑inflammatory action.

Adex Gel is a versatile first‑line treatment for dry skin prone to inflammation. Adex Gel can be used all over and for as long as necessary – whether only occasionally, such as during flares, or continuously.


Dermol® Range

Dermol antimicrobial emollients are indicated for the management of dry and pruritic skin conditions, including atopic eczema and dermatitis where they may also be used for skin cleansing and to help repair compromised skin and prevent secondary infection.

The Dermol range is formulated for all ages and offers five different presentations, all of which are available on NHS prescription:

  • Dermol Cream, on very dry skin as a leave-on cream or soap substitute
  • Dermol 500 Lotion, on dry skin as a leave-on lotion or soap substitute
  • Dermol Wash, as a wash avoiding soap
  • Dermol 200 Shower, under the shower
  • Dermol 600 Bath, in the bath water


Dermol Cream, Dermol 500 Lotion, Dermol Wash Cutaneous Emulsion and Dermol 200 Shower Emollient

Benzalkonium chloride, chlorhexidine dihydrochloride, liquid paraffin, isopropyl myristate.

Dermol 600 Bath Emollient

Benzalkonium chloride, liquid paraffin, isopropyl myristate.

‘Dermol’ is a registered trademark

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