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Non-member registration information

Please see your registration category below for details.

The following non-member categories are not required to request an access ID#. These categories can register by simply visiting the online registration system.

Non-member physicians

Non-member physicians are those who treat patients in an office-like setting.

Non-member non-physicians

Includes non-member corporate individuals, pharmacists, industry representatives, or scientists/researchers working in the field of dermatology.

Office staff and RNs

To register, office staff and registered nurses must meet the following requirements:

  • You must be employed in a dermatologist's office.
  • The physician with whom you are employed must be registered for the meeting prior to you registering and must attend the meeting.
  • Registrants in this category are eligible to attend non-restricted symposia, the plenary session, electronic posters, technical exhibits, and practice-management designated focus sessions. 

  • The following non-member categories are required to have an access ID number to register via the online system. The deadline to request an ID number has passed. Individuals in any of the below categories who have not yet requested and been approved for an access ID number will need to credential and register onsite. When registering onsite please be sure to bring the required additional documentation outlined below for your category.

    Resident/medical fellows

    (Outside U.S. and Canadian program) Official letter from educational or training institution validating participation in the program. This letter needs to be signed, reflect a current date, and list the start and anticipated end date of the training program. Participation in the program must be ongoing at the time of the meeting.

    Non-dermatology resident

    Official letter from educational or training institution validating participation in the program. This letter needs to be signed, reflect a current date, and list the start and anticipated end date of the training program. Participation in the program must be ongoing at the time of the meeting.

    Medical students

    Official letter from educational or training institution validating your medical student status. This letter needs to be signed, reflect a current date, and list the start and anticipated end date of the training program. Participation in the program must be ongoing at the time of the meeting.

    Physician assistants and nurse practitioners

    You must be working in an AAD dermatologist member’s office. Provide a copy of your current medical license and a letter of sponsorship from your employing physician. The sponsorship letter must be signed and have a current date. These two categories will only need to credential every three years. Individuals in good standing will automatically be emailed a current access ID# prior to the opening of the online registration and housing system.


     




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