Bitten by a Tick?
LDA Conference 2018
We are getting ready for this year’s conference. Some interesting speakers already confirmed – local, national and international.
Venue: University of Exeter
Date: Saturday 1st September
The theme this year is “Life after NICE”Â and we shall be discussing where we go from here – opportunities, pitfalls and obstacles.Â Come and discuss with an engaging set of speakers and meet up with friends old and new.
Accommodation is available on site – both B&B and room only – and we shall be meeting for an evening meal the night before.
See current details of pricing, booking etc.
Booking Now Open
We need help from everyone to achieve everything planned for this project – training events, podcasts, toolkit of resources etc.
5 riders are cycling 100 miles in Ride London on Sunday 29th July. Jon, who has had Lyme disease is riding with his wife Vicky – motivated by their personal experience. Layton, Matt and David have seen this as a badly needed project and are raising funds amongst their friends – spreading awareness of Lyme disease as they go. You can sponsor these individuals, who are working so hard for all of us, on their individual fundraising pages.
How about forwarding a link to your friends? If you are reading this page you probably know how difficult it can be to get a diagnosis of Lyme disease and how difficult it can be for many to get effective treatment.
If you want to make a general donation, then use this general “Support” link – every little Â£5 really does mount up!
What we do
We are a charity dealing with Lyme disease throughout the UK. We provide accredited information that you can trust; for the public, patients and health professionals.
There is still time to book for our annual conference in Exeter on September 1st!
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We raise awareness, provide free leaflets and lobby for improved services. See what we have been doing recently. We hold an annual conference. See the LDA conferences page for details of our next conference in Devon in September 2018.