2020 AAD Meeting in Denver promises new sessions and popular favorites

Ready, set, learn! The 2020 AAD Annual Meeting in Denver is happening March 20-24 and is loaded with a full lineup of new and returning education session favorites. The meeting will feature more than 350 educational sessions ranging from large symposia and courses to intimate focus sessions and hands-on workshops.

The AAD continues to offer a series of insightful Hands-On sessions, offering firsthand, interactive education where attendees can enhance existing skills or learn new ones. To review the full list of Hands-On sessions, search “hands-on” in the searchable program. Advance registration is recommended to guarantee a spot at all Hands-On Patient Experience sessions.

“The 2020 Debates: Controversies in Dermatology” (S017) is new and is designed to identify differences within the specialty. Also new is “Putting Technology to Work for You and Your Patients: Augmented Intelligence and its Role in Enhancing the Practice of Dermatology” (F035), which merges the practice of technology and dermatology.

Popular favorites will return to this year’s education lineup, including “Therapeutic Hotline” (S021), “Late-Breaking Research: Clinical Trials” (S027), and “Hot Topics” (S039).

Several highly sought-after live demonstration instructional sessions will also be back, including “Live Demonstration: Soft Tissue Augmentation and Neuromodulators – Simultaneous Cadaver Prosection and Live Patient Injections” (C001) and “Live Demonstration: The State of The Art of Aesthetic Dermatology” (C004).

And, as always, a full slate of notable speakers has been assembled for the much-anticipated “Plenary” (P151) on Sunday, March 22.

All education sessions offer an engaging and up-to-date look at dermatology, with ready-to-apply tips and takeaways. Attendees can earn MOC self-assessment credits by attending any sessions using an Audience Response System or a hands-on session.

Check the online program for more about these and other 2020 Annual Meeting sessions.