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Westminster university Cavendish campus

Tuesday 19th June 2018, 6:00pm

Price: £10.00
(£10.70 including booking fee)

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About Nursing Children Supportively through Acute Illness - What to Do if you Don’t Vaccinate – and Even More if You Do

What to Do if you Don’t Vaccinate – and Even More if You Do Nursing Children Supportively through Acute Illness Dr Jayne LM Donegan MBBS DRCOG DCH DFFP MRCGP MFHom


As a parent, making your sick child feel better is your first instinct. However, what to do in this situation is becoming a lost art. Most of us are not trained in medical care, have limited knowledge, and are reliant upon the doctor for every ailment. This has made child illness and infectious diseases such as measles a worrying experience. If you would like to end the confusion which arises over conflicting advice given on child health, stop the fear which comes when dealing with a really poorly child, and have effective drug free alternatives to hand, then this lecture by Dr Jayne Donegan, GP and Homeopath with extensive experience in child health, will give sound safe strategies to cope at this time and outline simple home procedures.

Programme : Introductions Health beliefs/ fears regarding childhood illness/ infections Basic strategies for coping with any acute childhood illness/ infection Germ theory of disease and medical model - how this affects treatment options Simple guide to homoeopathy for acute fever Holistic model of disease Problems of suppression/ reduction of fever Quiz Plenary/ Questions



Dr Jayne LM Donegan is a GP and Homeopath with extensive experience in paediatrics over 27 years. She started off her medical career as an enthusiastic supporter of the Universal Childhood Vaccination Program. Her research into the problems associated with vaccination began with the Measles Rubella Campaign in 1994.

Extensive investigation of the science behind the hype led her to radically change her views. She believes that every parent should be given the opportunity to see that vaccination: its safety and efficacy, is not a black and white issue, so that they can make fully informed choices about their health.


Tuesday 19th of June 18:00-20:00,

University of Westminster - Cavendish campus room c 1.03


More Details: Compmed.soc@su.westminster.ac.uk , https://www.facebook.com/compmed.soc/

6£ for members of the CMS (get ticket:https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nursing-children-supportively-through-acute-illness-tickets-46437990279)

10£ for non-members.

(5£ Yearly membership for students,10£ for non-students for the academic year - https://www.uwsu.com/society/CMS/)

 (note: This is probably our last event for this academic year, so a membership at this time of year probably will not make sence)

Westminster university Cavendish campus

115 New Cavendish Street,
w1w 6xh


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