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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

Monday 6th July 2020- Pre-Conference Sessions

Morning Sessions

FREE national one day programme aimed at medical students & FY doctors who are  interested in a career  in  dermatology

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Afternoon Sessions

Committee Meetings

Tuesday 7th July 2020

Morning Sessions

Afternoon Sessions

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Hot Topic 3 (Room 2.1):

Does vulval lichen sclerosus remit at puberty?

Dr Sue Cooper & Dr Caroline Owen

Hot Topic 4 (Room 2.2):

How to set up a 2 week wait Teledermatology service?

Dr Chrystalla Macedo

Committee Meetings

Wednesday 8th July 2020

Morning Sessions

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Hot Topic 5 (Room 2.1):

Outstanding papers in the British Journal of Dermatology, 1920 to 2019

Prof David J Gawkrodger & Dr John Ingram

Hot Topic 6 (Room 2.2):

What an eczema patient wants from a 15 minutes consultation

Magali Redding

Afternoon Sessions

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This session will feature the following Invited Lectures:

14.00-14.30 Dr Daniel Wallach (Paris). Dermatology in the Paris of 1920.

14.30-14.45 Dr Alexa Shipman. Ground breaking papers in the British dermatological literature, 1920-70.

14.45-15.00 Prof Rona MacKie. Ground breaking papers in the British dermatological literature, 1970-2019.

15.00-15.15 Dr Leslie Millard. How did patients obtain medical care for skin disease in 1920?

15.15-15.30 Dr Natalie King. What life was like for the practicing dermatologist in 1920.

15.30-15.45 Dr Tina Green. International personalities in dermatology, 1915-1925.

15.45-16.00 Prof David Gawkrodger. The prevalence and theories of skin disease in 1920.

16.00-16.15 Questions and answers for all speakers.

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Committee Meetings

Thursday 9th July 2020

Morning Sessions

The British Photodermatology Group Special Interest Group Meeting will be held on Thursday 9th July 8.45-12.20pm. It will be preceded by the BPG AGM for members at 8.30. We are most fortunate to have Professor Antony Young and Dr Ewan Eadie as invited speakers. Professor Young will be speaking on the impact of melanin and skin phototype on UV-induced DNA damage and vitamin D synthesis and Dr Eadie will be speaking on what’s new in light-based technologies, particularly with LEDs and new light sources for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. The meeting is open to submitted photodermatology-related abstracts for free oral communications and poster presentations will also be considered. We will conclude the meeting through a brief presentation relating to the La Roche Posay/BPG Fellowship award process, which is a wonderful opportunity available to support those interested in further developing their photodermatology experience. Details are available on the BPG website.

Hot Topic 9 (Room 2.1):

Burnout, Dr Anthony Bewley 

Hot Topic 10 (Room 2.2):

Being an entrepreneur, Dr Andrew J Birnie

Afternoon Sessions

Committee Meetings

Venue Information

Manchester Central
Windmill St
Petersfield
M2 3GX

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How to find the venue

Right in the heart of Manchester is where you will find this iconic venue. Manchester Central is easy to reach whether you’re flying, driving, or catching the train. With an international airport 25 minutes away, two major train stations close by, and the complete motorway network connecting all sides of the UK it is an ideal venue to access no matter how you travel.

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