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  • Liz Doxford-Hook

    This was a good learning session because we were set ‘homework’ to read up about the different types of eczema creams. Although I wasn’t able to answer all the questions I had a better idea of the language involved when talking about eczema having done the pre reading than otherwise. This is a useful tool to use in all your sessions to encourage shared responsibility of learning.

  • Sarah Kolb

    The session kept us alert and involved by getting us up to position creams into different groups. Active participation is always useful to keep attention.
    Good to clarify that the use of cream’s trade names is easier rather than trying to use drug names when it comes to Dermatology. I have previously always been confused between the two.
    Information delivered was appropriate for our level. Better to learn from succint information rather than case studies for this topic.

  • C McMillan

    Very good session on a topic not really covered in the core curriculum. Was encouraged to participate in the session, grouping drugs into different classifications as well as looking at samples of different creams/ointment.

    Also covered both the brand and the trade names which was useful as I have previously been confused between the two.

    Now feel much more confident about the use of creams/ointments

  • J.Ambler

    very good session and was very interactive. Was good to know the triggers of these skin conditions and how to treat them and which creams are best to use. Playing hangman estbalished us to gain prior knowledge into the different strenghts of steriods.