The conference geared towards dermatology physician assistants and nurse practitioners begins today in Orlando, Florida.
Attendees are excited for the start of the 2023 Fall Clinical Dermatology Conference for PAs and NPs, kicking off today in Orlando, Florida, and ending June 11th. Founded over 20 years ago by Darrell Rigel, MD, MS, Mark Lebwohl, MD, and James Del Rosso, DO, the Fall and Winter Clinical conferences are committed to providing “practical content and meaningful connections” as they transition to their new platform, Dermsquared.
Faculty members presenting at this year’s conference numerous leaders and members of the Dermsquared clinical advisory board who hope to provide practical clinical insights to attendees throughout the conference. Sessions begin today at 2:45pm ET with an introduction to leadership session followed by expert therapeutic update sessions.
After the meeting, attendees should be able to:
Co-founder and senior director James Del Rosso, DO, recently previewed his upcoming sessions at the meeting, as well as gave a sneak peek into his in-depth seminar on the topical management of atopic dermatitis and psoriasis, co-hosted with Linda Stein Gold, MD.
The annual 3-day conference is full of informative presentations, panel discussions, live patient workshops, Q&A sessions, and networking opportunities. The editors of Dermatology Times® will be covering the conference live in person, reporting on numerous engaging sessions, as well as conducting exclusive interviews with experts in the field. Some of the upcoming content from Fall Clinical for PAs and NPs includes:
Leading industry experts will discuss new data, treatments, and approaches in cosmetic and medical dermatology. Attendees are encouraged to attend the numerous seminars, including presentations by April Armstrong, MD, MPH; David Pariser, MD; James Del Rosso, DO; Linda Stein Gold, MD, and more. Make sure to keep up to date with the latest in coverage from the conference and subscribe to Dermatology Times to receive daily email updates.