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Event Calendar


Please note that the list below contains events organised by the Conference & Event Services Department of the BAD, alongside other meetings of interest which are organised externally from this department.

Contact details and further information for can be found under each individual event.

To request a meeting to be added to the Events Calendar, please fill in and return the form below to

Download the Event Calendar Request Form

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.



St John's Dermatological Society Meeting - EVENT CANCELLED
Date: 4th June 2020
Venue: St John’s Institute of Dermatology, Guys Hospital, Bermondsey Wing
Organiser: Dr Hannah Cookson
Contact: Elena de Teran
Phone: 020 7188 0847

Please wear your Trust ID badges to all meetings

4th June 2020
CPC cases – Guy’s Hospital, London Bridge
Reception/ dinner – The Horse Guards Hotel
2.30pm Council meeting (8th Floor Meeting Room, Tower Wing, LIFT B)
3.45: Registration –Tea and Coffee
4.15-4.30: AGM/ Prizes
4.30- 5.30: Clinico-pathological conference cases
5.30-6.15: Annual Oration: Dr Sue Burge
6.30-7.30: Reception
7.30-10.30: Annual Dinner


5th BASHH Genital Dermatology PLUS Course - COURSE CANCELLED
Friday 26th June 2020
Venue: Royal College of Nursing, London
Organiser: Genital Dermatology Special Interest Group, British Association of Sexual Health & HIV (BASHH)

This is a very popular course, organised by the Genital Dermatology Special Interest Group of the British Association of Sexual Health & HIV (BASHH). As numbers for this course are limited you are advised to apply early to avoid disappointment.

It covers topics that were not included in the BASHH Genital Dermatology Primary Course (held in October each year) such as: vulval pigmented lesions, pre-cancer and cancer of the penis, oral manifestations of genital disease, hidradenitis suppurativa, cutaneous manifestations of  bacterial STIs, HIV in the HAART era, challenging penile and vulval  skin cases.  
It is intended to extend knowledge and skills of those who have attended the Genital Dermatology Primary Course. However, anyone who finds the topics interesting and feels it will be useful to them clinically should attend. The number of places on this course is limited. Hence, please apply as soon as possible. 

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