LFJ Support Group Meeting "Caring for your Skin with Lupus"

  • 15 Aug 2019
  • 6:00 PM (UTC-05:00)
  • 7 Barbados Avenue, Kingston 5

Guest doctor Dr. Donna Braham, Consultant Dermatologist will be join us for an interactive session about Caring for your Skin with Lupus.  

Dr. Donna Braham is a specialist in Internal Medicine and Dermatology, serving as Consultant in Dermatology at the University Hospital of the West Indies since 2013, Associate Professor at the UWI Faculty of Medicine and in private practice at Revolutionary Health Care.  We thank her for sharing her time, experience and expertise with us.

As you know, our skin is your largest and fastest growing organ and the one you show to the world, and lupus can affect the skin in many ways.   It is important that we have all the knowledge and tools to take great care of our skin to enjoy optimal confidence and health, even with lupus.  Don't miss this opportunity to get a better understanding of this important subject and have all your burning questions answered. 

We would love to have you to join us in person, but in case you can't make it, you can join us via the Zoom link below: It will work with your computer or phone and will allow you to interact with us and share your questions or comments.  Join Zoom Meeting information

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LFJ Support Group meetings are held every other month on the 3rd Thursday at the Offices of the Lupus Foundation of Jamaica, 7 Barbados Avenue, Kingston 5, commencing at 6:00 p.m. Join Us!


Dr Megan Bowles Clowse

Key Note Speaker

Megan Elizabeth Bowles Clowse, MD, MPH

Associate Professor,Duke University, Faculty of Medicine, Division of Rheumatology

Dr. Clowse is a clinical rheumatologist with a long-standing research interest in understanding the real-world problems rheumatic diseases pose for our patients and identifying innovative approaches to solving these. She received her medical degree from Vanderbilt Medical School, followed by residency and fellowship at Johns Hopkins.  She joined the Duke faculty in 2005.

She is an international leader in the study and management of rheumatic diseases in pregnancy. She has cared for over 900 pregnancies in women with rheumatic disease since initiating her prospective pregnancy registry in 2008. She was on the Core Leadership team for the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) Reproductive Health Guidelines. Through quantitative and qualitative work, she identified gaps in rheumatologists’ knowledge and communication skills as key drivers of poor pregnancy outcomes in women with lupus. To overcome these, she has created an in-clinic intervention and program to enable rheumatologists to provide effective pregnancy planning and management to women with lupus (LupusPregnancy.org).


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