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Apply to the IPC masterclass

Dear All,

We have received the below letter from Albert Duvetorp from Malmö, and I am very happy to send his invitation to all of the NDA members to apply to the IPC masterclass. I recommend it to all of you, and I would like to thank Albert for sharing the information and his experience.
Christian Vestergaard, President NDA

The International Psoriasis Council (IPC) is organizing a virtual IPC Psoriasis Masterclass for dermatologists in Europe on Fridays, May 26, and June 9, 16, 23 and 30. The program is designed for early to mid-career dermatologists who are interested in gaining a better understanding of psoriasis and improving their treatment skills. IPC Board Member Catherine Smith (UK) and IPC Councilor Jo Lambert (Belgium) are the program chairs. The masterclass is a robust 10-hour program (held one day a week for five weeks) with world-renowned psoriasis experts who will discuss a wide-range of topics including the pathogenesis of psoriasis, differential diagnosis, and the most cutting-edge treatment options. The intention is to include participants from all Europe with 12 positions being designated for Scandinavian/Nordic dermatologists.

The IPC Masterclass is open to dermatologists who meet the following criteria:

1. A diploma, 1st part MSc or higher degree in internal medicine or dermatology

2. Practicing internal medicine or dermatology within a governmental establishment i.e. university hospital, public hospitals, rural hospitals, etc.

3. At least 3 years of dermatology practice

4. General practitioners or dermatologists interested in psoriasis and who see at least two cases of psoriasis per week

An application has been made to the UEMS EACCME® for CME accreditation of this event.

If you are dermatologist/general practitioner wanting to apply please email albert.duvetorp@skane.se stating your name, contact information, country of origin and very brief description of your current work situation.




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