The Dermatology Times® team is in New Orleans, Louisiana to showcase innovative solutions in dermatologic care.
The greatest minds come together each year for the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) Annual Meeting. The 2023 meeting is taking place at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana from March 17-21.
Here’s a sneak peek of the coverage you can look forward to throughout the weekend. If you’re in New Orleans, be sure to stop by Booth 913 in the Exhibit Hall to connect and network! Don’t miss a moment of AAD 2023. Click here to sign up for conference eNewsletters from Dermatology Times® to receive coverage updates, even from the comfort of your own home.
Know Before You Go
Optimize your experience at AAD by knowing how to hit the ground running. Adam Friedman, MD, FAAD, and professor and Chair of Dermatology at The George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences in Washington, DC shared insight earlier this week on how to create a plan of attack to see and learn as much as possible. He praises the user-friendly AAD app and encourages colleagues to download it and search for specific topics or key opinion leaders (KOLs) they want to learn from.
AAD also falls over St. Patrick’s Day weekend. After attending thought-provoking sessions at AAD, check out our list of area activities, tours, sights, and restaurants to plan your most memorable trip yet.
Brand new information about advancements in clinical trials, treatment solutions, and more will be announced over the weekend in late breaker sessions.
There are more than 320 sessions happening throughout AAD weekend. We know it’s hard to choose which sessions to attend since they all provide valuable pearls to advance your practice. We’ll share key takeaways from several sessions throughout the weekend. Many Dermatology Times® Editorial Board members will also share their best practices in sessions and forums throughout the weekend.
Serving Special Populations
Treatments for skin of color, women, and LGBTQ+ communities are hot topics in the derm space. Highlights from sessions and KOLs will spotlight treatment solutions unique for special populations to contiue promoting equitable dermatologic care.
We will be looking at the latest tech in sessions and throughout the Exhibit Hall to see the groundbreaking software and gadgets enhancing medical education, treatments, communication, and practice management.