We are excited to bring you the highlights from the 27th Annual Meeting of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venerology (EADV). This year the meeting was held in the charming and historic city of Paris, France from September 12th to September 16th 2018.
The highlights from this year provide a comprehensive view of the EADV meeting with topics ranging from treatment algorithms, adverse effect of biologics in children and adults, treatments in rosacea, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, etc., sexually transmitted infections and related resistance, laser use, phototherapy, dermoscopy, UV protection, and many others. Recent clinical trial reviews, treatments, and emerging therapies are also provided.
A greater understanding of current research goals and target identification have made an impact in dermatology, and clinical trials exploring the different targets and pathways have been optimized to provide a comprehensive review of pathologies and possible treatment opportunities.
Late-breaking research articles have been developed to provide updates on new therapies and new research findings for a variety of dermatological areas. Key summary slides for each article have also been developed and can be used in tandem with or as a standalone resource to educate and inform both dermatologists, primary care physicians, and colleagues/employees in clinical practice.
As an added benefit, there are also interviews available from key opinion leaders in the field. Each key opinion leaders provides detailed insight into a dermatology subsection with commentary, clinical pearls, and suggestions that may impact clinical practice. Be sure to access these interviews to gain insight into different areas from an expert in the field.
Lastly, take a moment to listen to the interviews with the presidents, Prof. Carle Paul and Luca Borradori, to gain a greater perspective on the objectives and focus for EADV in the coming year.
We hope these resources will aid in improving clinical practice and provide a strong educational opportunity for you and your colleagues.
Prof. Brigitte Dréno
EADV 2018 Highlights Editor