Dermatology is a rapidly changing specialty, with novel advances in medical, surgical, and procedural/cosmetic dermatology made yearly. In addition, it is a specialty that frequently uses treatments off-label for diseases that have no approved drug. Thus it is a field that is furtive ground for new drug development, as well as discovering new ways of using older approved drugs.
This two-day program will provide practitioners who care for people with skin disease, including dermatologists, dermatologic surgeons, and residents in dermatology, with a therapeutic update based on real-life experience of the faculty. It will address the best approaches to better health-related outcomes for both well-recognized and newly described disease states/dermatologic conditions.