Eczema and the mind-skin connection – free webinar

18th July 2023

We’re delighted to be joining forces once again with St John’s DermAcademy to bring you a webinar during National Eczema Week 2023 with a focus on mental health and eczema. This webinar will cover the interface between mental health and eczema, how living with eczema can affect mood and how and where to access support.

More than just an itch campaign

National Eczema Week 2023 is taking place 9-16 September this year!

10th July 2023

National Eczema Society is raising awareness of the true impact of eczema during National Eczema Week this year (9-16 September 2023).

New Patient Charter for people living with atopic eczema

5th July 2023

National Eczema Society has worked with other charities to create a Patient Charter for people living with atopic eczema, developed in collaboration with Sanofi. The new Patient Charter is being launched today (6 July 2023) in Westminster, where we are speaking to parliamentarians about the issues that matter to people with eczema.

NICE consultation on changes to care for children with eczema

16th June 2023

UPDATE: National Eczema Society is very disappointed at the outcome of the recent NICE proposals to stop doctors prescribing bath emollients for children with eczema. These proposals have now been adopted.

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Calling all UK eczema researchers!

9th May 2023

National Eczema Society is excited to be co-funding the 2023 UK Dermatology Clinical Trials Network research awards. These are focusing on projects to improve care for people of colour.

Clear strength labelling needed for topical steroid medicines

9th May 2023

Leading professional dermatology organisations and other charities have joined National Eczema Society in calling for clear potency labelling of steroid creams and ointments. We are asking the UK medicines regulator, the MHRA, to ensure pharmaceutical manufacturers include consistent and clear potency labelling on topical steroid tubes, packaging and patient information leaflets.