Case-Based Controversies in Dermatology

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Case-Based Controversies in Dermatology
June 10, 2019 • Milan, Italy
Time: 13:30 - 17:30 p.m.
24th World Congress of Dermatology
MiCo – Milano Congressi

Join dermatology experts for an informative afternoon the day before the 24th World Congress of Dermatology

This half-day educational program will feature several well-known experts from the AAD who will illustrate controversies in various aspects of medical and surgical dermatology. Registration is free – reserve your seat today!


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  • Course information

    COURSE INFORMATION

    Learning objectives

    At the end of this educational program, attendees should be able to:

    • Discuss the current controversies in medical dermatology.
    • Effectively treat and manage complex medical dermatology conditions in outpatient and hospital settings, including connective tissue diseases.
    • Describe methods to treat melanoma and nonmelanoma skin cancers; including in the aging patient.
    • ​Perform patch testing and effectively treat contact dermatitis.
    • Summarize current controversies in pediatric dermatology.

    Target audience

    The primary target audience for this course is practicing dermatologists.​​

  • Schedule and faculty

    SCHEDULE AND FACULTY

    13:30 p.m.
    Welcome and Introduction
    Mark Davis, MD, FAAD

    13:35 p.m.
    Optimal Management of Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer in the Aging Patient
    Suzanne Olbricht, MD, FAAD

    13:55 p.m.
    Current Controversies in Medical Dermatology
    Joe Jorizzo, MD, FAAD

    14:25 p.m.
    Q&A

    14:35 p.m.
    Current Controversies in Patch Testing and Allergic Contact Dermatitis
    David Cohen, MD, FAAD

    14:55 p.m.
    Current Controversies in Pediatric Dermatology
    Ilona Frieden, MD, FAAD

    15:15 p.m.
    Q&A

    15:25 p.m.
    Break (includes a snack)

    15:50 p.m.
    Current Controversies in Skin Cancer, Mohs Surgery, and Lasers
    Allison Vidimos, MD, FAAD

    16:10 p.m.
    Current Controversies in Connective Tissue Diseases
    Jeffrey P. Callen, MD, FAAD

    16:30 p.m.
    Q&A

    16:40 p.m.
    Challenging Cases in Consultative Dermatology
    Lindy Fox, MD, FAAD

    17:00 p.m.
    Current Controversies in Medical Dermatology
    Jean Bolognia, MD, FAAD

    17:20 p.m.
    Q&A

    17:30 p.m.
    Wrap-Up and Adjourn
    Mark Davis, MD, FAAD

     

    Schedules and faculty are subject to change; the Academy strives to provide the best-quality educational experience.

    Faculty disclosure of relevant financial relationship(s)

    It is the policy of AAD that all faculty participating in an educational activity are required to disclose to AAD and to learners relevant financial relationships with any commercial interest(s) that they or their first-degree relative (spouse, parent, sibling, or child). “Relevant financial relationships”[1] include financial relationships in any amount occurring within the past 12 months that create a conflict of interest[2]. Typically, such relationships would be with companies that sell health care products or services that are consumed by or used in the treatment of patients. The intent of this disclosure is not to prevent participation in CME-certified educational activities by individuals with a relevant financial relationship with commercial interest(s), but rather to provide learners with information on which they can make their own determination whether or not said relationship(s) influenced the content of the educational activity.

    Planner and faculty disclosure information is located within the syllabus distributed at the course. Faculty have been asked to also make a verbal disclosure at the start of their presentations supplemented by a disclosure slide to verify the accuracy of the disclosure information printed in the syllabus and ensure their disclosure information is shared with the learners PRIOR to the presentation taking place.

    Resolution of conflicts of interest

    In accordance with the ACCME Standards for Commercial Support of CME, the American Academy of Dermatology has implemented mechanisms, prior to the planning and implementation of this CME activity, to identify and mitigate conflicts of interest for all individuals in a position to control the content of this CME activity.

    [1] Relevant Financial Relationships: The ACCME defines ‟relevant financial relationships” as financial relationships in any amount occurring within the past 12 months that create a conflict of interest. Source: www.accme.org.

    [2] Conflict of Interest: When an individual’s interests are aligned with those of a commercial interest the interests of the individual are in “conflict‟ with the interests of the public. Source: www.accme.org.

  • Registration

    REGISTRATION

    Register here

    Online registration

    Registration for this course is free, but space is limited and registration is required.

    Advance registration will close on Friday, April 26, 2019.

    Cancellations

    Should circumstances require the cancellation of your registration, notification is appreciated to accommodate others in your absence. Please notify us via email at registration@aad.org.

    Questions

    For questions regarding your registration, please contact the Meetings and Conventions department via email at registration@aad.org.

    Persons with disabilities

    The American Academy of Dermatology provides services for persons with disabilities. If special arrangements are required for you to attend this course, please email registration@aad.org and a member of the Meetings and Conventions staff will follow up with you.