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Events and Courses

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18th January 2024
The Royal College of Physicians, NW1 4LE
RCP Medical Dermatology Meeting

We are delighted to invite you to register for the 19th Medical Dermatology Meeting taking place at the Royal College of Physicians. We are grateful to the British Society for Medical Dermatology for putting together an exciting programme. This year’s theme is Infections and the Skin. The meeting consists of a series of invited, clinically orientated lectures by dermatologists.

20th March 2024
Queens Hotel, Leeds, LS1 1PJ
Essential Medical Dermatology

This 3-day course specifically designed by the BSMD (British Society for Medical Dermatology) for dermatology StRs and Consultant Dermatologists, (Specialty Doctors & Associate Specialists also welcome), aims to refresh your knowledge of severe inflammatory skin diseases & the cutaneous manifestations of systemic diseases.

2nd July 2024
Manchester Central, Petersfield, M2 3GX
BAD Annual Meeting

The 104th Annual meeting of the British Association of Dermatologists

October 2024
Advanced Medical Dermatology Therapeutics Meeting

This meeting’s focus is on new and emerging medical treatments for skin disease including biologic therapies. The range of topics covered will bring the attendee up to date with the latest evidence for management of complex medical dermatology, featuring international expert speakers.

October 2024
Essential Cutaneous Infections

This 1-day course, aimed at StR’s, Hospital Specialty Doctors and Consultants is intended to complement the established Essential Medical Dermatology course.

The day will consist of lectures and case-based discussions led by national authorities in skin infections. There will be a particular emphasis on exotic infections to address a gap in many StR training programmes and many Dermatologists’ experience.

October 2024
BAD, Willan House, London, W1T 5HQ

DermDoc is a one – day medical dermatology course organised by the BSMD, specifically created for Foundation Year and Core/Internal Medical Training doctors. Its aim is to improve your knowledge of the management of acute and common skin problems on the ward, and the important skin signs of systemic disease.

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