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Eczema Webinars

Webinar Wednesdays

NEA Webinar Wednesdays feature world-class medical experts discussing the latest in disease management, research, treatments and related information you need to live well with eczema.

Each webinar is an hour and includes time for Q&A from the audience. All webinars are offered free of charge.

View the archives of past Webinar Wednesday presentations.

The 2018 season of Webinar Wednesdays is sponsored by Sanofi Regeneron.

Unhide Eczema – Storytelling for healing

We all have a story and telling yours can be freeing and empowering. Learn how to own, tell and share your eczema story, and hear from “influencer” warriors how going public has made a difference in their lives.


Jason Steadman, PsyD
Assistant Professor of Psychology at East Tennessee State University

Eczema Warriors Ashley Ann Lora, Alexis Smith, and Mercedes Matz

Wednesday, October 17th, 2018
5:00PM PDT/ 7:00PM CDT / 8:00PM EDT

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Ask the Ecz-perts

NEA’s Ask the Ecz-perts is an opportunity for our community to ask the questions they most want answered from world class eczema experts. Each webinar is an hour and includes time for Q&A from the audience.

Questions may be submitted in advance, as well as live during the session. Our experts will get to as many questions as we have time for during the hour-long presentation.

Stay tuned for upcoming Ask the Ecz-perts dates.

Please note this session is for informational purposes only. The opinions shared are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have heard on NEA’s website.

Archived Webinar Wednesday Webcasts

View past Webinar Wednesday presentations.

Archived Ask the Ecz-perts Webcasts

View past Ask the Eczperts presentations.