Newest research in dermatology and venereology, interviews with notable doctors, professors and researchers: a focused look on today's dermatology and new developments looking to the future.
E32: Editor's Picks July 2021
Join us as we go through the JEADV Editor's Picks of July 2021:
(1) Novel presentation of pigtail hairs
(2) Seeing the light: moving past sun protection factor and ultraviolet B when choosing sunscreen
(3) Antifungal resistance may be spreading in Europe
(4) Agreeing on the correct histopathologic diagnosis of melanoma
Read the Editor's picks here: https://www.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jdv.17389
E31: Digitalization and Dermatology: an ever-closer and inseparable combination
In a digital world, are you ready to adjust, evolve and stay ahead of the curve when it comes to offering a state-of-the-art experience to your patients and improving their quality of life? Digitalization has made tremendous progress during the COVID pandemic; it is here to stay and its impact is already visible on (tele)dermatology. Join today’s discussion between Prof. Jan Gutermuth (University of Brussels) and Mr. Maicher (Global Partner & Director of Allianz Global Strategic Partnerships) to get an insight on the recent healthcare system shifts, learn more about digital platforms and related virtual services, not to mention the importance of building strategic partnerships.
E30: Vulva Dermatology
This week Dr Fiona Lewis discusses common inflammatory dermatoses that affect the vulva. She brings practical clinical experience focusing on diagnosis and basic management of these conditions.
E29: Editor's Picks June 2021
Join us as we go through the JEADV Editor's Picks of June 2021:
(1) Allergen immunotherapy’s efficacy in atopic dermatitis
(2) How to avoid misinterpreting chronic spontaneous urticaria screening test results
(3) Incidence of occupational contact dermatitis in healthcare workers
(4) How has the pandemic affected genitourinary medical care?
Read the editor's picks here: https://www.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/jdv.17305
E28: Acral Lentiginous Melanoma, Vitiligo, and Inflammatory Skin Diseases: All in a day's work for an all-round expert
How can we bring our research data back to the benefit of our patients? Prof. Lajos Kemény, one of the most respected scientists in Hungary and a JEADV Section Editor, says this has always been the question at the heart of his clinical and research activities. Tune into this information-packed episode as Prof. Kemény shares with us his wide-ranging expertise on acral lentiginous melanoma, the application of the xenon chloride excimer laser technology for treatment of vitiligo, and the new therapeutic advances in treatment of atopic dermatitis and psoriasis.
E27: Venous Leg Ulcers & Risk Factors
As dermatologists we are often confronted with patients with a non-healing leg ulcers. This may well be caused by venous insufficiency. In this podcast Audrey Meulendijks, author of "A systematic review on risk factors in developing a first-time Venous Leg Ulcer" is interviewed by EADV Education Committee member Bibi van Montfrans. Since risk factors for venous ulcers are also associated with lifestyle, we discuss the extent to which dermatologists should be engaged in lifestyle changes: a question that is relevant also for other dermatological diseases. In addition, the importance of providing more adequate information to our patients about the why and how of our treatments is underscored.