The current pandemic has definitely had an immense impact on the academy. Besides dealing with practical issues resulting from many cancelled events and venues, our biggest concern was how to provide all our members with continuous learning opportunities in very difficult and evolving circumstances.
Therefore, the EADV has developed a series of webinars that have been very successful thanks to the dedication of our speakers, who worked hard to make them possible and available, not only to members but also to the whole dermatological and venereological community.
WEBINARS from the series ‘Dermatology during a Pandemic’
Sharing COVID Experience Throughout Europe
This is the first of a series of webinars on Dermatology During a Pandemic where a panel of dermatologist from all over Europe share their recent experiences with dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hand Dermatitis and Occupational Dermatoses Related to PPE
This is the second of a series of webinars on Dermatology During a Pandemic. In this session, Dr Sarah Walsh and Dr Sweta Rai share their experiences of dealing with the occupational dermatoses arising in staff working at the heart of the COVID-19 pandemic at King's College Hospital in London (UK).
This is the third of a series of webinars on Dermatology During a Pandemic. In this session, the president of the International Society of Teledermatogy, Prof David Moreno talks about Teledermatology and its importance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cutaneous Manifestations of COVID 19
This is the fourth of a series of webinars on Dermatology During a Pandemic. In this session, Dr Maria Alejandra Torres Viera, Dr Alba Català Gonzalo will talk about the cutaneous manifestations of COVID-19.
Melanoma and Skin Cancer Management during the COVID-19 pandemic
This is the fifth and last of the webinar series on Dermatology During a Pandemic. In this session jointly supported by the EADV and the EADO, a panel of experts in Skin Cancer from across Europe talk about how the pandemic has affected the way they manage patients and how they have re-organised patient care at their centres. A wide range of topics will be discussed including surgery, systemic therapy, diagnosis, follow-up and prevention.