2019 Annual Meeting Preview

February 12, 2019

  • What’s Hot?The top concerns and interests of AAD members come to the forefront for the session “Hot Topics,” addressing those top-of-mind subjects established by registrant consensus. The session will cover the social and economic implications of medical and surgical topics, new diagnosis and treatment options, and emerging and innovative therapies. > MORE
  • Exciting industry sessions available in Washington, D.C.Don’t miss out on a variety of Industry Non-CME (INC) Programs, which will be held Feb. 28 – March 3, in Washington, D.C. These unique sessions provide exhibiting companies the opportunity to present new research findings, conduct demonstrations, and showcase products. > MORE
  • Symposia program highlightsFind a complete list of symposia on the AAD Meeting Mobile App. The non-ticketed events are open to all attendees. > MORE
  • Live tweeting at the Annual MeetingBe sure to live tweet the highlights and pearls from the sessions you attend in real-time so others can learn and interact through virtual discussions from anywhere in the world. The official hashtag for this year’s Annual Meeting is #AAD2019. > MORE
  • Download the AAD Meeting Mobile AppFind the most up-to-date information at the AAD Meeting Mobile App. The app’s real-time functionality is easy to navigate and includes countless features. > MORE
  • Man of many meetingsRoy S. Rogers III, MD, has a long list of achievements over his career, including practicing dermatology and oral dermatology at Mayo Clinic Rochester, serving as a consultant in dermatology at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, serving the AAD in various roles, and attending almost every AAD meeting in the past 50 years. > MORE
  • Meet the AAD Board of DirectorsGet to know the AAD Board of Directors at the Board “meet and greet,” Friday and Saturday, 12-1 p.m. in The Connection, Hall D. > MORE

January 15, 2019

  • What will be HOT in 2019?The top concerns and interests of AAD members will drive the content and discussion for the session, Hot Topics (S057) on Monday, March 4. Led by Kenneth J. Tomecki, MD, the session will address those top-of-mind subjects established by registrant consensus, a true reflection of member concerns and interests. > MORE
  • When late-breaking research breaks, be there!Multiple Late-breaking Research sessions scheduled for the 2019 AAD Annual Meeting will prove invaluable to members following the latest in cutting-edge research and practices. > MORE
  • Guest speaker to talk about patient care in the digital ageRobin Farmanfarmaian, a professional speaker, author, and entrepreneur serves as the AAD’s guest speaker for the Sunday, March 3 Plenary session and explains some of the trends in health care delivery, as well as ways providers can integrate some of these new services and revenue streams. > MORE
  • Gaining hand-on expertiseHands-on sessions are back! These popular, interactive workshops allow attendees to engage in individual or small group activities that focus on key facets of dermatologic care. > MORE
  • More new sessions creating a buzzThe AAD Annual Meeting has added two, new sessions that are sure to generate interest among dermatologists. These sessions include QI Symposium for Residents (S046) and Preparing for Non-glass Slide Exams (F022). > MORE
  • What’s hot: Live Demo sessionsThe 2019 AAD Annual Meeting offers a number of live, interactive sessions that feature the nation’s leading experts and the latest “how-to’s.” The popular format sets the stage for a variety of topics, ranging from aesthetic dermatology to soft tissue fillers. > MORE
  • Don’t miss the AAD Career Networking Event!The AAD Career Networking Event is an exciting, high-energy event where you can connect with employers from around the country, make valuable connections, explore different practice setting opportunities that fit your style, and meet over 50 employers. > MORE
  • How can you help improve access to care? Find outThe Academy is convening the fourth annual Access to Care Learning Collaborative, a forum for members to share ideas on how to improve access to dermatologic care for patients and other physicians. > MORE
  • Get on AAD social media now for the full meeting experience!Get the latest on new/popular sessions, special events, speakers, and more by following @aadmember. Use the official Annual Meeting hashtag #AAD2019 in all your meeting-related posts and tweets. > MORE

December 4, 2018

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