Mrs Claire Judge
Clinical Nurse Specialist
RGN, NIP (NURSE INDEPENDENT PRESCRIBER)
About Mrs Claire Judge
Claire Judge is a qualified nurse and independent nurse prescriber. She has 24 years experience in Sclerotherapy; and has clinics at the Royal Free Hospital, London, East Grinstead and Woking Hospitals.
She works in association with Professor George Hamilton at the Royal Free, Mr Neil Browning at Woking Nuffield and Mr Matthew Button at McIndoe Surgical Centre.
She is one of the founding members and is on the board of the British Association of Sclerotherapy and teaches other practitioners. She is regarded as one of the most experienced microsclerotherapists in the country and has recently been invited to demonstrate her technique and tips to an interested and receptive audience at the British Association of Sclerotherapy.
She has also published chapters on Sclerotherapy and has written for aesthetic journals. She has spoken and demonstrated at conferences on this subject.
Claire is a mum of 4, and in 2016 was awarded a British Empire Medal for services to Pre-school education.
- Sclerotherapy for thread veins on legs
- Vascular Surgery
- Having spent 15 years as Vascular research Sister Claire has an interest in Vascular surgery and wound care.
- She also currently works as a Staff Nurse on a ward caring for patients undergoing plastic and orthopaedic Surgery
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Registration and licensing
- SRGN (PIN:87C0817E)
Memberships and associations
- Board member British Association of Sclerotherapists
C.Judge: In the Veins (results of a 20 years audit); Aesthetic Medicine; June 19, pg 66, aestheticmed.co.uk
2019 May: British Association of Sclerotherapy conference, Presentation: Managing the patient journey
2018 May; British Association of Sclerotherapy conference. Presentation: Pre treatment evaluation and counselling of microsclerotherapy patients.
C.Judge:The Question: Why is the Microsclerotherapy consultation so important?: Journal of aesthetic nursing; March 18: Vol 7, issue 2
2017: Venous Forum Conference, Presentation: The essentials of treating telangiectasias by sclerotherapy.
2014 British Association of Sclerotherapy Conference, Presentation: Compression after sclerotherapy, critical evaluation of the evidence.
2011 British Association of Sclerotherapy Conference, Presentation: Patient Information for Sclerotherapy Patients.
2008 British Association of Sclerotherapy Conference, Presentation: Clinical audit results of patient satisfaction after microsclerotherapy
MRC Asymptomatic Surgery Trial (ACST) Collaborative Group; Prevention of disabling and fatal strokes by successful carotid endarerectomy in patients without recent neurological symptoms: randomised control trial. The Lancet 8 May 2004; Vol 363, No 9420 pages 1491-1502.
C Judge; Sclerotherapy; Chapter 7, 55-63 (2002) Pathways of Care in Vascular Surgery; tfm Publishing Ltd.
R B Galland, T R Magee, B Whitman, J J Earnshaw, C Judge, G Hamilton, M Kerle and J H N Wolfe. Patency Following Successful Thrombolysis of Occluded Vascular Grafts; Eur J Vasc Endovasc Surg 22, 157-160 (2001)
C Judge & P Morris-Vincent; Management of reticular and Thread Veins; Chapter 14b 63 (2000); Primary Care of Vascular Disease; Medical Education Network (UK) Ltd