Association of Professors of Dermatology

Association of Professors of Dermatology

MEETINGS

The APD is proud to host a session at the World Congress of Dermatology titled
DERMATOLOGY EDUCATION ACROSS THE AMERICAS, EUROPE, AFRICA AND ASIA

Monday, June 10, 2019 | 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Milano Congressi - Amber 7 in Milan, Italy
Agenda | RSVP > https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/APD2019WCD
 
As a sister society of the ILDS, the APD will host this half-day session at the World Congress of Dermatology, where  representatives from 6 continents will deliver a comprehensive view of dermatology training programs from around the world. We wish to learn how dermatologists are trained and become recognized as specialists…the selection of residents, duration of the training, financial support of residents, areas of training, specialty exams (boards), accreditation of residency programs, government requirements to be recognized as a specialist, maintenance of certification. Join us for this unique activity, as we establish the connections of the different dermatology training programs of the world, certain to benefit our specialty.
AAD DIVERSITY CHAMPION WORKSHOP
September 12 - 13, 2019
Intercontinental Chicago Magnificent Mile
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Join other dermatology faculty champions to discuss dermatology diversity outreach programs and initiatives, exchange ideas, and share success stories. Hosted by the American Academy of Dermatology, Association of Professors of Dermatology, Skin of Color Society, Society for Investigative Dermatology
2019 APD ANNUAL MEETING - REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
September 13-14, 2019
Intercontinental Chicago Magnificent Mile
Details | Registration | Agenda | Faculty | Venue/Lodging | Accreditation | DAAG Meeting
 
The APD Annual Meeting is a two-day CME activity providing sessions that focus on problems and solutions related to success in academic dermatology. This meeting serves as the central gathering place for sharing experiences and ideas, common interests and concerns, developing common solutions, and learning from one another. Plenary sessions were designed for all attendees. Breakout and concurrent specialty tracks were designed for specific sections.

The APD Annual Meeting is a live symposium, using didactic and interactive instructional methods, and designed to:
- advance educational and patient care standards.
- provide forums and networking opportunities for the exchange of information on academic dermatologic issues.
- foster the development of existing and new faculty.
- develop support strategies for academic dermatology.
- monitor dermatologic person power needs for both academic centers and clinical practice.
- provide ethical leadership in the dermatologic community