Saturday, February 13

 

3:00 PM

Early Registration


 
Sunday, February 14

 

6:30 AM

Continental Breakfast and Visit Exhibitors

7:20 AM

Welcome to HDS

Joseph F Fowler, Jr., MD David J. Goldberg, MD, JD Christopher B. Zachary, MBBS, FRCP

7:30 AM

Targeted Screening: What is the Evidence That it Works?

Stephen W. Dusza, DrPH, MPH

8:00 AM

Melanoma
Learning Objectives: • Knowledge of risk factors for melanoma including phenotypic, environmental and genetic factors. • Understanding the difference between population based screening and targeted screening and to acquire knowledge to determine whether targeted screening plays any role in early diagnosis of melanoma. • Understanding the complexity and pitfalls of diagnosing melanoma and technologies aimed at assisting clinicians in melanoma detection. • Practical insights into the initial surgical management of suspect lesions and melanoma in clinical practice; and • Awareness of the emerging treatments for advanced melanoma.

8:00 AM

Melanoma Risk Factors: Old and New

James M Grichnik, MD PhD

8:35 AM

Techniques to Enhance the Process of Early Detection

Ashfaq A. Marghoob, MD

9:10 AM

Biopsy Technique and Excision Margins: How Deep and How Wide?

James M Grichnik, MD PhD

9:45 AM

Coffee Break and Exhibits

10:15 AM

New Emerging Treatments for Advanced Melanoma

Jedd Wolchok, MD

10:50 AM

US Preventive Task Force Recommendation Regarding Skin Cancer Screening: Common Sense or Lack Thereof?

Stephen W. Dusza, DrPH, MPH

11:20 AM

Pitfalls in Melanoma Diagnosis and How to Potentially Avoid Them

Ashfaq A. Marghoob, MD

12:15 PM

Panel Discussion

1:00 PM

Topical Psoriasis Topics

Joseph S. Eastern MD

1:45 PM

Session Concludes

 

Monday, February 15

6:30 AM

Continental Breakfast and Visit Exhibitors

6:30 AM

Breakfast symposium Plaque Psoriasis Treatment…Where Do We Go From Here?
To pre-register for this program please go to www.PsoriasisUpdate-Symposium.com or contact Erica Matsinger at 610-819-0016 ext. 109 or ematsinger@ue4u.com. Onsite registration will also be available. This symposium is independently organized and not an official part of Skin Disease Education Foundation’s 34th Hawaii Dermatology Seminar. CME credit is not provided for this symposium. THIS PROMOTIONAL EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY IS NOT ACCREDITED. THE PROGRAM CONTENT IS DEVELOPED BY CENTOCOR ORTHO BIOTECH INC. SPEAKERS PRESENT ON BEHALF OF THE COMPANY AND ARE REQUIRED TO PRESENT INFORMATION IN COMPLIANCE WITH FDA REQUIREMENTS FOR COMMUNICATION ABOUT ITS MEDICINES. IF REQUIRED BY STATE LAW, THE VALUE OF THE MEAL FOR EACH RECIPIENT MAY BE PUBLICLY REPORTED. INVITATIONS TO PARTICIPANTS MAY NOT BE EXTENDED TO INCLUDE SPOUSES OR GUESTS. WE REGRET THAT WE CANNOT EXTEND THIS INVITATION TO PRACTITIONERS FROM THE STATES OF MINNESOTA , MASSACHUSETTS AND VERMONT .

7:15 AM

Break

8:00 AM

The Future of Medical Dermatology
Learning Objectives: • Discuss current diagnostic and therapeutic techniques in complex medical diseases; • Evaluate and treat acne and rosacea; and • Manage chronic dermatitis including hand dermatitis. • Improve ability to Diagnose and treat photosensitivity disorders

8:00 AM

Acne From an Expert- Drugs, Diet, and More

Guy F. Webster, MD, PhD

8:30 AM

The Importance of the Skin Barrier in Dermatitis and Xerosis

Joseph F Fowler, Jr., MD

9:00 AM

Scientific Treatment of Photoaging

Leon H. Kircik, MD

9:30 AM

Panel Discussion Q & A

10:00 AM

Coffee Break and Exhibits

Jedd Wolchok, MD

10:30 AM

What's Up With Warts

Brian Berman, MD, PhD

11:00 AM

Vitamin D, Sunscreens, and You

Vincent DeLeo, MD

11:30 PM

Management of Chronic Dermatitis-Beyond the Basics

Joseph F Fowler, Jr., MD

12:00 PM

What's New in Medical Dermatology?

J. Mark Jackson, MD

12:30 PM

Panel Discussion Q&A

1:00 PM

Interactive Session: Instructive Psoriasis Cases

Craig L. Leonardi, MD Henry H. Roenigk, Jr., MD Jeffrey M. Sobell, MD

2:00 PM

Skin & Allergy News Presents: Managing Your Dermatology Practice

Joseph S. Eastern MD

3:00 PM

Session Concludes

 

Tuesday, February 16

6:30 AM

Continental Breakfast and Visit Exhibitors

7:00 AM

The Future of Medical Dermatology: Part II Psoriasis 2010: Biologics and Conventional Therapies

7:00 AM

Contact Dermatitis 2010

Joseph F Fowler, Jr., MD

7:30 AM

Cosmeceuticals and "Naturals" in Skin Care Products

Susan C. Taylor, MD

8:00 AM

AK's and More

Brian Berman, MD, PhD

8:30 AM

Recent Trends in Rosacea Management

Guy F. Webster, MD, PhD

9:00 AM

Panel Discussion Q & A

9:15 AM

Coffee Break and Exhibits

9:45 AM

Diagnosis of Photosensitivity Diseases

Vincent DeLeo, MD

10:15 AM

Vehicle Matters

Leon H. Kircik, MD

10:45 AM

What's New with the "Old" Biologics

J. Mark Jackson, MD

11:15 AM

Conventional Therapy for Psoriasis

Henry H. Roenigk, Jr., MD

11:45 AM

Psoriasis Co-Morbidities

J. Mark Jackson, MD

12:15 PM

The New Biologics- 2010

Craig L. Leonardi, MD

12:45 PM

Panel Discussion Q&A

1:15 PM

Interactive Session: Medical Dermatology Cases

Craig L. Leonardi, MD Henry H. Roenigk, Jr., MD Jeffrey M. Sobell, MD

2:30 PM

Session Concludes

Wednesday, February 17

6:30 AM

Continental Breakfast and Visit Exhibitors

7:00 AM

Clinical Update on Pediatric Dermatology
Learning Objectives: • Improve knowledge of MRSA and other bacterial infections in children • Describe risks and benefits of topical and systemic therapies for acne and atopic dermatitis • Improve diagnostic and therapeutic decision making about hemangiomas, nevi and other skin lesions in children

7:00 AM

"What’s all the Pus About?"- Bacterial Infection Update

Ilona J. Frieden, MD

7:30 AM

Undercover Reporting: Diaper Disasters

Susan C. Taylor, MD

8:00 AM

What’s Erupting: Acne Update

Lawrence F. Eichenfield, MD

8:30 AM

Interactive Panel Discussion

8:50 AM

Small Frys? Pediatric Sunprotection Update

Sheila Fallon Friedlander, MD

9:20 AM

Interactive Panel Discussion

9:25 AM

Dermatology Jeopardy- What is…?

Victoria R. Barrio, MD

10:00 AM

Coffee Break and Exhibits

10:30 AM

"What Me Worry?" -Safe use of Atopic Dermatitis Therapies

Moise L. Levy, MD

11:00 AM

Strawberries or 31 Flavors: Hemangiomas!

Ilona J. Frieden, MD

11:30 AM

Interactive Panel Discussion

11:40 PM

What Would You Do? Cases for the Panel

Lawrence F. Eichenfield, MD

12:30 PM

Top Five 5-minute Downloads: What’s Hot?

Sheila Fallon Friedlander, MD

1:00 PM

Interactive Panel Discussion

1:30 PM

Workshop: Approaching your Maintenance of Certification

Erik Joseph Stratman, MD

3:30 PM

Session Concludes

 

Thursday, February 18

6:30 AM

Continental Breakfast and Visit Exhibitors

7:00 AM

Evidence Based Cosmeceuticals

Susan C. Taylor, MD

7:30 AM

Beauty and Aging

Thomas E. Rohrer, MD

7:45 AM

ACNE - How we Treat It

Suzanne L. Kilmer, MD

8:00 AM

PDT: Are We There Yet?

Michael H. Gold, MD

8:15 AM

Striae

Edward V. Ross, Jr., MD

8:30 AM

Scars & Keloids

Suzanne L. Kilmer, MD

8:45 AM

Dealing with Unhappy Patients

Howard K. Steinman, MD

9:00 AM

Interactive Panel Discussion: How to treat Specific Conditions

All Speakers

9:15 AM

What Works for Rosacea and Telagiectases?

Thomas E. Rohrer, MD

9:30 AM

What Works for Vascular Malformations & Hemangiomas?

Suzanne L. Kilmer, MD

9:45 AM

What is So Great About the IPL?

Michael H. Gold, MD

10:00 AM

Coffee Break and Exhibits

10:30 AM

Body Contouring: What This Means and Does it Work

10:30 AM

Cryo-Lipolysis

Christopher B. Zachary, MBBS, FRCP

10:45 AM

Laser-Lipolysis

Michael H. Gold, MD

11:00 AM

External Devices

Mark G. Rubin, MD

11:15 AM

Fractionated Energy Based Systems Including Fractionated RF

11:15 AM

Fractionated Non-Ablative

Edward V. Ross, Jr., MD

11:30 AM

Fractionated Ablative

Christopher B. Zachary, MBBS, FRCP

11:45 AM

Fractional Radiofrequency

David J. Goldberg, MD, JD

12:15 PM

Peri Procedure Products and Protocols

Joel L. Cohen, MD

12:30 PM

Interactive Panel Discussion: Treating Specific Clinical Cases - Results and Complications

All Speakers

12:45 PM

Facial Shape and Volume: Addressing Deflationary Issues

Wm. Philip Werschler, MD, FAACS, FAAD

1:15 PM

Live Filler Session

Mark G. Rubin, MD Roberta D. Sengelmann, MD, FAAD Wm. Philip Werschler, MD, FAACS, FAAD

2:30 PM

Session Concludes

 

Friday, February 19

7:00 AM

Continental Breakfast and Visit Exhibitors

7:30 AM

The Future of Cosmetic Dermatology
Learning Objectives: • Apply skills in new approaches for both soft tissue augmentation and botulinum toxin injections; • Practice new facial rejuvenation techniques; and • Identify challenges of facial rejuvenation

7:30 AM

Facial Aesthetics: Prostaglandin Analogs and Impact on Eyelashes

Joel L. Cohen, MD

8:00 AM

Botulinum Toxin Type A: Injectables and Topical Treatments

Mark G. Rubin, MD

8:30 AM

Fillers: So Many Choices and the Liquid Facelift

David J. Goldberg, MD, JD

9:00 AM

Complications of Fillers and Botulinum Toxins

Joel L. Cohen, MD

9:30 AM

Combination Treatments: When Lasers Fillers and Toxins Are Not Enough

Roberta D. Sengelmann, MD, FAAD

10:00 AM

Coffee Break and Exhibits

10:30 AM

Cosmeceuticals: Do They Work?

Michael H. Gold, MD

11:00 AM

Home Devices: Will They Destroy Cosmetic Dermatology?

David J. Goldberg, MD, JD

11:30 AM

Cosmetic Camouflage: The Answer

Howard K. Steinman, MD

12:00 AM

Panel Discussion

12:30 AM

Seminar Concludes

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