Skin of Color Update’s 2020 event is going virtual. The largest medical education event focused on the dermatologic treatment of skin of color will be held September 12-13.
The Skin of Color Update agenda has been modified to reflect virtual learning. Live sessions, Q&A, poster sessions and panel discussions are included in the program.
Due to the change to virtual learning, the registration costs are reduced. Registration is available to most medical professionals for $49. Registration includes unlimited access to on-demand content for the remainder of 2020.
“We hope the reduced costs and ease of attending will allow more dermatologists to learn how to care for the skin, hair and nails of our diversifying population,” says Skin of Color Update co-chair and founding dermatologist Eliot Battle, MD. “Everyone deserves safe and effective care no matter their skin color.”
Co-founding dermatologist Andrew Alexis, MD, also serves as an event co-chair. Common skin, hair and nail conditions in diverse populations will be covered. Sessions will address medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology.
Skin of Color Update is a product of SanovaWorks, the publisher of the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology(JDD) and the producer of the ODAC Dermatology, Aesthetics & Surgical Conference.