The Residents Meeting is a one-and-a half day program that focuses on educating dermatology residents about recent advances in treatments and the management of psoriasis.
What you can expect:
- Stay up-to-date on the physical and emotional impacts of psoriasis.
- Review current therapies, including effectiveness, side effects and long-term safety.
- Study comorbidities, and learn how to diagnose and treat them.
- Apply knowledge to case studies including those related to special populations, such as pediatrics.
- Learn new ways to lower the costs of and barriers to treatment.
In addition to lectures, participants have the opportunity to interact with distinguished faculty and other residents during workshops and social functions.
The Residents Meeting, one of our biggest and best-attended continuing medical education events, was founded in 1999 by Mark G. Lebwohl, M.D., of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and chair emeritus of the NPF medical board.