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Online
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Date(s) - Nov 25, 2020
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Individual 3pm, 25 November 2020 Free
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Lupus is a chronic condition that results from a malfunctioning immune system and can cause symptoms such as skin rashes, joint and muscle pain and fatigue. This webinar will be a useful tool for anyone who has lupus or those who want to improve their knowledge on the condition.

In this free webinar A/Prof Alberta Hoi, rheumatologist and leading lupus expert, will discuss the diagnosis and management of lupus.

Our presenter: A/Prof Alberta Hoi is a rheumatologist, leading lupus expert and translational researcher in Australia. Her research focusses on disease predictors and outcomes, registry design and implementation, quality of care and patient-centred interactions. She has received her undergraduate medical degree from Melbourne University in 1996 and completed a doctoral of philosophy in immunology on a NHMRC scholarship from Monash University. She is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physician and member of the Australian Rheumatology Association (ARA). Her current clinical activities include seeing patients at Monash Lupus Clinic, where she serves as the Clinic Head, as well as Complex Rheumatology Clinic at Monash Health, and Autoimmune Clinic at Austin Health. A/Prof Hoi is also a chief investigator and senior research fellow at the Centre for Inflammatory Diseases, School of Clinical Sciences Monash University.

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