The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) has opened registration for 2021 hybrid conference, which will be held in-person on October 14-17, 2021 in Chicago and virtually November 19-21, 2021.
Registration for the in-person Chicago meeting includes registration for the virtual event. Attendees can also purchase a virtual-only ticket. Both options include on-demand access for 60 days following the virtual event.
The conference features four educational tracks:
- Cosmetic Dermatologic Surgery: 25 sessions
- Skin Cancer/Reconstruction: 18 sessions
- General Dermatology / Advocacy / Other: 10 sessions
- Practice Management: 17 sessions including six designed for office staff in partnership with the Association for Dermatology Administrators and Managers (ADAM)
“The ASDS Annual Meeting is a favorite among dermatologists because it focuses on the best in procedural education and offers interactive and unique session formats–including hands-on training across all career levels–while providing many opportunities to connect, network and have fun,” said ASDS President Mathew Avram, MD, JD. “I’m looking forward to greeting everyone during our annual membership meeting at the Hyatt Regency Chicago. We’ve found new ways to connect over the last year through virtual events and social media, but I’m thrilled it is safe for our members to meet in person again.”
New meeting topics planned for 2021 include:
- Pre-Conference: Comprehensive Overview of Lasers/Energy-Based Devices
- Surgical Lifting Procedures
- Our Take on a Good Take: Making Your Grafts Successful
- Cosmeceuticals, Nutraceuticals and Bioidentical Hormones
- Silver Linings from COVID-19
- Pigmentary Pearls
- Cosmetic Tweets
- How to Grow Your Business from Inside Out
- Therapeutic Uses of Botulinum Toxin That Dermatologists Should Be Able to Perform
- Mohs Histology
- Shared Decision Making: Physician and Patient Perspectives on Skin Cancer Treatment
- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
All board certified dermatologists and office staff are invited to register.