2nd Annual Innovations in Dermatology Spring

 

Hilton Scottsdale
Scottsdale, AZ

April 27, 2022 – April 30, 2022

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AGENDA

ENHANCE YOUR EXPERIENCE WITH MEDCHALLENGE!

This event features MedChallenge, a new feature from Medscape that allows you to go head-to-head against your peers in a series of medical questions. Earn points, deepen your knowledge, and fight for the top spot on the leaderboard!

Callout Info for program

PART I

PART II

SESSION I

All sessions listed in MST. Agenda subject to change. *Meal Functions, Exhibits, and Posters are In-Person Only

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this session, learners will have

  • Increased knowledge regarding
    • Evidence for new and emerging topical acne treatments
    • Best practices for antibiotic use in the treatment of acne and rosacea
    • Individualizing acne treatments based on severity and patient characteristics (age, gender Fitzpatrick skin type)
    • Utilization of different rosacea medications based on primary symptoms

FACULTY


 

SESSION II

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this session, learners will have

  • Increased knowledge regarding
    • Evidence-based treatments for inflammatory dermatologic conditions, such as hidradenitis suppurativa and pemphigus vulgaris
    • Pathophysiology underlying dermatologic diseases such as alopecia areata and vitiligo
    • Burden of undertreated and underrecognized dermatologic conditions, such as vitiligo and alopecia areata
    • Clinical data on new/emerging treatments for dermatologic diseases, such as chronic spontaneous urticaria and prurigo nodularis

 

SESSION III

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this session, learners will have

  • Increased knowledge regarding
    • Burden of undertreated hyperhidrosis
    • Data on new/emerging treatments for dermatologic diseases, such as hyperhidrosis and actinic keratosis
    • Recent changes that have altered dermatologic disease management, such as COVID-19, artificial intelligence, and telemedicine

 

SESSION IV

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this session, learners will have

  • Increased knowledge regarding
    • Clinical data on new/emerging topical AD medications
    • Data regarding investigational targeted systemic agents for AD
    • Effect of different AD treatments on clinical symptoms
    • Evidence on safety and efficacy for targeted oral AD treatments
  • Greater competence related to
    • Selecting AD treatments that consider patient-related factors such as age, severity, Fitzpatrick skin type, and comorbid conditions

FACULTY


 

SESSION V

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this session, learners will have

  • Increased knowledge regarding
    • Treatment strategies for individualized management of psoriasis
    • Individualizing acne treatments based on severity and patient characteristics (age, gender Fitzpatrick skin type)
    • Data on new/emerging treatments for molluscum contagiosum
  • Greater competence related to
    • Selecting AD treatments that consider patient-related factors such as age, severity, Fitzpatrick skin type, and comorbid conditions

 

SESSION VI

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this session, learners will have

  • Increased knowledge regarding
    • Integration of new/emerging topical psoriasis treatments in care plans across the severity spectrum
    • Clinical evidence regarding biologic psoriasis treatments
    • Updates on clinical data for targeted oral psoriasis therapies

 

SESSION VII

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this session, learners will have

  • Increased knowledge regarding
    • Patient selection for neuromodulators or fillers used in facial aesthetics
    • Role of facial assessment in reducing complications for patients receiving neuromodulators or fillers for facial aesthetic procedures
  • Greater competence related to
    • Selecting injection techniques when using neuromodulators or fillers in facial aesthetics

 

SESSION VIII

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this session, learners will have

  • Increased knowledge regarding
    • Aesthetic procedures used to tone, tighten, and lift the skin
    • Treatment modalities used to target the underlying pathophysiology of cellulite
  • Greater competence related to
    • Selecting body contouring modalities for patients seeking body work

 

SESSION IX

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this session, learners will have

  • Increased knowledge regarding
    • Integration of new/emerging topical psoriasis treatments in care plans across the severity spectrum
    • Clinical evidence regarding biologic psoriasis treatments
    • Updates on clinical data for targeted oral psoriasis therapies

 

SESSION X

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this session, learners will have

  • Increased knowledge regarding
    • Treatment strategies for managing psoriasis across a diverse array of patients
    • Individualizing acne treatments based on severity and patient characteristics (age, gender Fitzpatrick skin type)
    • Development of individualized skin and haircare regimens for patients of different Fitzpatrick skin types
  • Greater competence related to
    • Selecting AD treatments that consider patient-related factors such as age, severity, Fitzpatrick skin type, and comorbid conditions
    • Recommending OTC emollients that are most advantageous for dermatologic conditions in patients with skin of color

 

SESSION XI

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this session, learners will have

  • Increased knowledge regarding
    • Evidence supporting different OTC products in aiding skin barrier function
    • Role of different sunscreen ingredients in providing photoprotection
    • Application of OTC adjuvants to office-based dermatologic procedures
    • Selection of OTC products as part of skin and hair care regimens for patients for different Fitzpatrick skin types