Let's Talk Skin - Podcast

Hosted by Brendan Courtney, this four-part series features enlightening conversations with medics, experts and well-known faces about the realities of living with and treating eczema, a common everyday skin condition that affects as many as 1 in 10 Irish adults.

From debunking common myths and putting burning questions to experts to exploring the psychological toll of eczema, each episode aims to tackle a different topic related to the management of eczema. While each conversation is expert-led, the podcast also shines a light on people’s own firsthand experiences with eczema and aims to support and empower those living with eczema.

 



Let's Talk Skin - Podcast

Hosted by Brendan Courtney, this four-part series features enlightening conversations with medics, experts and well-known faces about the realities of living with and treating eczema, a common everyday skin condition that affects as many as 1 in 10 Irish adults.

From debunking common myths and putting burning questions to experts to exploring the psychological toll of eczema, each episode aims to tackle a different topic related to the management of eczema. While each conversation is expert-led, the podcast also shines a light on people’s own firsthand experiences with eczema and aims to support and empower those living with eczema.



Episode 4: From Old Remedies to New Horizons

Prof. Brian Kirby

Prof. Brian Kirby

Prof. Brian Kirby

In this episode Brendan Courtney is joined by Michelle Greenwood from the Irish Skin Foundation, Dr. Cathal O'Connor, a dermatologist from Cork and St. James's Hospital Dermatology Department, and Dr. Clodagh Loftus to discuss the latest advancements in eczema or atopic dermatitis care.

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Episode 1: Let's Talk Facts

Brendan Courtney is joined by Professor Alan Irvine, consultant dermatologist who explains what eczema is, dispels some common misconceptions about the condition, and sheds light on what it's like to live with eczema every day. Holly Carpenter, Irish model, influencer, and mental health advocate, also shares her insight on the concerns she frequently hears from her followers.


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Episode 2: Different Day, Same Old Eczema

This episode focuses on the daily care and management of eczema, covering topics like skincare routines, lifestyle adjustments, and the importance of being proactive with your skincare.


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Episode 3: Beneath The Itch

In episode 3 of Let's Talk Skin - Eczema, they discuss the potential psychological and emotional impact that eczema can have, and provide proactive and practical coping strategies to help people on their journey.


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Episode 4: From Old Remedies to New Horizons

In the final episode of the first series of Let's Talk Skin - Eczema, Brendan Courtney is joined by Michelle Greenwood from the Irish Skin Foundation, Dr. Cathal O'Connor, a dermatologist from Cork and St. James's Hospital Dermatology Department, and Dr. Clodagh Loftus to discuss the latest advancements in eczema or atopic dermatitis care.


Episode 4: From Old Remedies to New Horizons

Prof. Brian Kirby

Prof. Brian Kirby

Prof. Brian Kirby

In this episode Brendan Courtney is joined by Michelle Greenwood from the Irish Skin Foundation, Dr. Cathal O'Connor, a dermatologist from Cork and St. James's Hospital Dermatology Department, and Dr. Clodagh Loftus to discuss the latest advancements in eczema or atopic dermatitis care.

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Date of preparation: June 2023 | IE-ABBV-

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