22-24 January 2015, 18th Meeting of the EDF European Dermatology Forum, Berne, Switzerland / National Societies of Dermatology/Venereology www.euroderm.org
annual meeting of the European Dermatology Forum (EDF) will take place from 22 – 24 January 2015 in Berne, Switzerland. In the spirit of inter-society collegiality, the EDF would like to offer complementary registration for the conference to one representative from your Society (e.g. President or Secretary-General), although we are unable to provide any additional support for travel or hotel costs. Please note that we are unable to cover the costs of more than one meeting registration, although other members of your organization who are also members of the EDF are of course most welcome to register, albeit for a charge. If you are interested in attending the meeting, kindly complete the attached registration form which also includes details of the accommodation booking options. We look forward to our personal and professional interactions with you, and to seeing you in Berne next January.
Yours sincerely On behalf of the EDF Executive Committee Administrative Office European Dermatology Forum Patrick Schaffter c/o University Hospital Zürich Prof. Lars E. French Dept. of Dermatology Gloriastrasse 31 CH-8091 Zürich, Telefon direkt +41 44 255 19 48, Telefon Zentrale +41 44 255 11 11, Fax +41 44 255 99 85, E-Mail: email@example.com , www.euroderm.org
29.1.-1.2.2015 – IMCAS Annual World Congress 2015
2015 will be celebrating IMCAS 17-year creation and its world congress in the dazzling city of Paris.IMCAS 17th edition wish to pursue on creating meticulous scientific sessions thanks to the non-stop dedication of the Scientific Board. We are grateful to our matchless pool of experts and our faithful attendees standing by our side triggering each year a unique enriching experience for attendees. To maintain scientific transparency, all non-sponsored scientific lectures at IMCAS must be free of any kind of bias. All faculty members must openly disclose any conflict of interest that can influence the content of their presentation. Indeed, the Scientific Committee & its team of experts try to see beyond the perceived limitations of a typical medical congress and try to think bigger by providing attendees with practical learning they could instantly apply once back home. IMCAS World Congress is also the occasion for several of the 150 exhibitors to launch their novelties, IMCAS has become a true innovative hub allowing the entire industry to interact on the hottest topics of the year while meeting with colleagues and start the new season at top speed!
27.2.- 1.3. 2015 Jakarta – Enhancing Understanding On Skin Pigmentation Disorders
Indonesian Cosmetic Dermatology Study Group (KSDKI), in collaboration with Indonesian Society of Dermatovenereologists (PERDOSKI)
Welcome to the website of the 2015 Indonesian National Symposium, Workshop, and Exhibition in Cosmetic Dermatology “Enhancing Understanding on Skin Pigmentation Disorders”, an event which will be hosted by Indonesian Cosmetic Dermatology Study Group (KSDKI), in collaboration with Indonesian Society of Dermatovenereologists (PERDOSKI) Jakarta Branch and Gatot Soebroto Central Army Hospital (RSPAD Gatot Soebroto). This website is expected to be a forum for the Practicing physicians who want to keep abreast on the latest updates in cosmetic dermatology, especially those associated with pigmentation problems. This forum may also be used by pharmaceutical companies for promotional activities in order to be more widely recognized. Pigmentary disorder is a very common problem in the field of cosmetic dermatology. In the past, this disorder was difficult to overcome. Advances in technology and the improvement of socioeconomic level in recent years greatly influence the behavior and needs of the population. Now almost everyone wants to look attractive. Attractive appearance, especially in the absence of blemishes, will certainly enhance image and self-confidence. Thanks to innovations in the field of cosmetic dermatology achieved so far, both in non-invasive and invasive methods, those desires may now be fulfilled. There are so many novel cosmetics, cosmeceuticals, drugs, methods, and equipments offered with the aim to satisfy those needs, though obviously not all are useful. Hence this event is intended to try to answer all of the problems concerning skin pigmentary disorders. International and national experts will share their knowledge and experiences in dealing with common and difficult cases of pigmentation and cosmetic dermatology in general. We, therefore, cordially invite all colleagues and pharmaceutical companies to participate in the event that will be held at the Gatot Soebroto Central Army Hospital and The Ritz Carlton, Pacific Place, Jakarta on February 27 to March 1, 2015.
Regards, Dr. Abraham Arimuko, Sp.KK, MARS, FINSDV, FAADV, Chairman of Indonesian Cosmetic Dermatology Study Group (KSDKI)
EADV (Európska Akadémia Dermato-Venerológie)
5.-8. marec 2015 12th EADV Spring Symposium March 5-8, 2015 – Valencia, Spain
7.-11. október 2015 24th EADV Congress October 7-11, 2015 – Copenhagen, Denmark
16.-18. apríla 2015, Viedeň, Rakúsko , 4th World Congress of Dermoscopy and Skin Imaging
Dear Colleagues, Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
The International Dermoscopy Society invites you to join the 4th World Congress of Dermoscopy and Skin Imaging in Vienna, Austria from April 16 to 18, 2015. This triannual meeting is an international congress addressing all aspects of skin imaging, from dermatoscopy to confocal microscopy. An exciting and diverse scientific program is being currently organised by the committee. The main topics will be amongst others early recognition and treatment of all forms of skin cancer (melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer) and in vivo imaging of inflammatory skin diseases. We are looking forward to welcoming you in Vienna in April 2015. Please view the Web Version.
Harald Kittler, MD Congress President, Philipp Tschandl, MD Congress Secretary
23rd World Congress of Dermatology June 8–13, 2015
secretariat #206-2590 Granville Street Vancouver, British Columbia, V6H 3H1 Canada, Phone: +001.604.738.8600 Fax: +001.604.738.8697, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Follow us online for updates and details on registration, abstract submission and travel. We welcome your comments and feedback. Presented under the auspices of the International League of Dermatological Societies.
Key WCD dates
Delegate registration opens March 2013, Housing Bureau opens March 2013, Early bird registration fee deadline December 31, 2013, Online abstract submissions opens January 15, 2014, Pre-registration fee deadline August 29, 2014, Abstract acceptance notification December 15, 2014, Extended registration fee/abstract, presenter registration deadline March 13, 2015, Room reservation and changes deadline March 13, 2015, Registration cancellation deadline May 8, 2015, On-site registration opens June 8, 2015
Key WCD facts
• Six days of interactive Congress sessions and plenaries, including ILDS National and Affiliate Society Meetings, Dermatology Forums for Health Professionals, and Patient Advocacy and Support Forums
• Rising young stars in dermatology from around the world will be featured as speakers and presenters
• State-of-the-art Technical Exhibition with the latest dermatology products and services
• Vancouver is easy to access — over 90% of Congress delegates will arrive on a direct flight or a one-stop airline connection
President Jerry Shapiro
Secretary-General Harvey Lui
WCD Scientific Program Committee
Jean Bolognia, Chair, Wolfram Sterry, Georg Stingl, Hee Chul Eun, Christopher Griffiths, Hemangi R. Jerajani, Abdul-Ghani Kibbi, Harvey Lui, Yoshiki Miyachi, Marcia Ramos-e-Silva, Jerry Shapiro, Xuejun Zhang
The international league of dermatologic societies – www.ilds.org
The ILDS is a non-governmental organization in official relations with the World Health Organization. It was formed to:
• Stimulate the cooperation of societies of dermatology and societies interested in all fields of cutaneous medicine and biology throughout the world
• Encourage the worldwide advancement of dermatological education, care and sciences
• Promote personal and professional relations among the dermatologists of the world
• Represent dermatology in commissions and international health organizations
• Organize a World Congress of Dermatology every four years
President Wolfram Sterry
Secretary-General Yoshiki Miyachi
Treasurer Mary E. Maloney
ILDS Board of Directors
Jean L. Bolognia, Francisco Camacho-Martinez, Hee Chul Eun, Christopher E. M. Griffiths, Roderick J. Hay, Chung-Hong Hu, Hemangi R. Jerajani, Abdul-Ghani Kibbi, Harvey Lui, Jorge Ocampo-Candiani, David M. Pariser, Marcia Ramos-e-Silva, Jean-Hilaire Saurat, Jerry Shapiro, Xuejun Zhang
ILDS Administrative Officer
Ten reasons to be in Vancouver for the 2015 world congress of dermatology
1. A Global Celebration of Dermatology.
The largest international gathering for dermatology takes place only once every four years, and represents over 136 national and subspecialty societies from around the world. Dating back to 1889, the
World Congress of Dermatology predates the modern Olympics!
2. Welcome Bac k to a Spectacular Setting in North America.
2015 marks the return of the World Congress of Dermatology to North America for the first time since the 1992 WCD in New York City. Vancouver is consistently ranked as one of the most beautiful and livable international cities. Come and see why so many people dream of visiting and living in Vancouver.
3. A World-Class Scientific Program.
Where else can you share experiences and knowledge with colleagues and friends from around the world? This will be the only dermatology event in 2015 that features the best speakers and leaders from every continent.
4. Your Gateway to a Special Family Holiday.
Spend extra time before or after the 2015 WCD to explore a special part of the world — a cruise ship tour to Alaska, a train ride to the Rocky Mountains, or a short flight to California —Vancouver will be the jumping-off point for you and your family.
5. A Technology Enabled and Enhanced Congress.
The latest social media and smartphone/tablet apps are being developed for participants before and during the 2015 WCD. We promise a novel and highly interactive program to enhance your Congress experience.
6. A New, State-of-the-Art Convention Centre.
The Vancouver Convention Centre will be the home of the 2015 WCD and is situated in the heart of downtown on the harbour front with stunning views of the mountains and sea.
7. Accommoda tions for Everyone.
13,000 hotel rooms are within safe direct walking distance from the convention centre. There’s something to meet all needs — from the budget-conscious to those seeking a full-service experience.
8. Scholarships and Travel Support for Developing Countries and Young Dermatologists.
The 2015 WCD will be inclusive and responsive. A generous scholarship and grant program will help us ensure that the world’s best and brightest are able to participate in Vancouver.
9. We’re Inviting Everyone in Dermatology.
The 2015 WCD will feature special sessions for scientists, dermatology nurses, physician assistants, allied health professionals, and esthetic technicians. We’re also planning events by patient support and advocacy groups from around the world to give you special insights from skin patients.
10. Come and Experience Canadian Hospitality.
Vancouver is one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities. No matter where you’re from, you will feel like you belong here as soon as you arrive. When you’re not at the WCD itself, you can enjoy world-class dining, shopping, and unique tourist attractions.
13.–14. 11. 2015 Best Western Premier Hotel International Brno**** Husova 16, 659 21 Brno
21. národní dermatologický kongres ČADV kliknite na 2 oznámenie vo formáte pdf
Česká akademie dermatovenerologie o.p.s. I. dermatovenerologická klinika FN u sv. Anny v Brně a LF MU Dermatovenerologická klinika Nemocnice na Bulovce 2. LF UK v Praze