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Please note that events with the BAD logo beside it, denotes an event or meeting  organised by the BAD.

All other meetings listed are organised externally from this department. Contact details and further information for these can be found under each individual event.

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ALERT! The BAD have been advised by overseas and U.K. Doctors of "scam" dermatology conferences taking place in the U.K. and around the world. Colleagues from developing countries have been targeted.  Do check any UK dermatology conference is listed on our website. If not, the BAD advises caution.


14th Medical Dermatology Meeting
Date: 17 January 2019
Venue: Royal College of Physicians, London
Organiser: Conference & Event Services from the BAD

We invite you to register for the 14th Medical Dermatology Meeting.

This year’s theme is Advanced Medical Dermatology  with a focus on blistering disorders of the skin

The meeting consists of a series of invited, clinically orientated lectures by Dermatologists. We also invite the submission of abstracts for the meeting.

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8th Dermatology Updates Meeting
Dates: 28 - 31 January 2019
Venue:  Centre de Congrès, Val d’Isere
Organisers: Dr Sarah Walsh & Dr James Shelley
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The 8th Dermatology Updates Meeting, Val d’Isere will be held from Monday 28th to Thurs 31st of January 2019 in the Centre de Congrès, Val d’Isere. Held in parallel with speciality meetings in anaesthesia and intensive care, orthopaedic surgery, radiology, plastic surgery and general practice, this festival of medicine has obtained consistently positive feedback from delegates since inception. Offering unique opportunities for multi-disciplinary learning, the programme includes dermatology-specific material, as well as plenary sessions of broader medical appeal. Speakers for this year include Dr Kevin Fong, consultant anaesthetist  and expert in space medicine, Dr Fiona Godlee, editor of the BMJ, and Sir Terence Stephenson, former Chair of the GMC.

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