SPEAKER AND CHAIR

PLENARY SESSIONS

Duration: 60-90 minutes (each lecture 20 minutes)

The Plenary sessions are the EADV show-case sessions and include key-note lectures delivered by eminent scientists and doctors.

REVIEW AND UPDATES

Duration: 90 minutes

The presentations in these tracks are aimed at Board-Certified Dermato-Venereologists and should include short reviews of the above-mentioned aspects, as well as an extended update and a critical analysis of the published data from the past 4 years.

Training and Educational Forum

Duration: 90 minutes

The presentations in these tracks will provide real training and teaching for residents and trainees, including the basics in clinics, histopathology and physiology of important diseases along with explanations of the classical treatments. Presentations will include new data published over the past 5 years.

Clinical Cases

Duration: 90 minutes

The processing of new information should be facilitated by a discussion of a relevant problem. The main objective is to provide the audience clues for future differential diagnosis in their daily practice.  

Expert Forum

Duration: 90 minutes

This level is an expert forum where the most experienced specialists can find an exchange platform to critically discuss and debate the newest developments in dermatology and venereology, as well as data from the past 1-2 years. 

Controversies

Duration: 90 minutes

Controversial topics in dermatology will be discussed from different points of view in the form of a debate, giving the public an extensive knowledge of the latest findings.

What's New

Duration: 90 minutes

These sessions are designed to provide attendees with state-of-the-art information and a summarised overview of a particular field. 

Breaking News

BREAKING NEWS

Duration: 90 minutes

This session type provides an update in rapidly changing fields of dermatology. It is a critical analysis of published data of last years, including new relevant information and latest development. The objective is to provide new clinically relevant and practical applicable information to be used in daily practice.