Masters of Pediatric Dermatology

February 6, 2020
Loews Hotel | Miami Beach, Florida

The Latest in Pediatric Dermatology:
From Newborns to Adolescents

Earn up to 6.0 CME/CE credits

The annual Master's of Pediatric Dermatology Symposium (MOPD) is a one-day session, held prior to each year's South Beach Symposium. The MOPD Symposium was initially developed to promote and advance education surrounding skin diseases & disorders in pediatric age groups, and to foster an exchange of information between physicians and health professionals interested in the field of pediatric dermatology.

This year's MOPD Symposium will allow attendees to learn the latest treatment approaches, protocols, procedures, and tools needed to support children with dermatologic conditions, and ultimately provide better, more personalized care for this specific population of younger patients.

 

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Topic Areas

MOPD Topics

Pediatric Psoriasis Diagnostic/ Therapeutic Update

MOPD Topics

Hyperhidrosis, Impetigo, Acne and Molluscum

MOPD Topics

Sunscreens and Insect Repellent Issues

MOPD Topics

Neonates and Infants with Sensitive Skin

MOPD Topics

Neonatal Skin Vascular Disorders

MOPD Topics

Atopic Dermatitis Therapy

Learning Objectives

Pediatric Psoriasis Diagnostic/Therapeutic Update

  • Review various presentations of psoriasis at different ages, differential diagnosis
  • Improve assessment develop a standardized approach to of comorbidities
  • Define evolving “state of the art” therapy, including topicals, traditional systemic agents, and newer biologic and small molecules
  • Recognize biologic-induced psoriasiform eruptions and review approach to treatment

2020 Therapeutic Update: Hyperhidrosis, Impetigo, Acne and Molluscum

To enhance the participants knowledge of the newest therapies for children and adolescents with:

  • Hyperhidrosis
  • Impetigo
  • Acne
  • Molluscum Contagiosum

Pigmented Lesions in Children

  • Review the clinical presentation and natural history of common pigmented lesions in children
  • Discuss the dermoscopic features of these lesions
  • Present the most recent data on treatment and follow up of such conditions

Acne in Children from Newborns to Preteens

  • Identification of morphology of acne including differences in distribution on the body in newborns to preteens
  • Understanding when acneiform eruptions may be concerning for serious conditions in newborns to preteens
  • Identifying treatment options for these age groups

Alopecia Areata and Vitiligo in Kids Update

  • Be able to diagnose and manage Alopecia Areata as a distinct entity from other hair loss conditions in children
  • Explore the utility of topical and systemic immunomodulators in the treatment of Pediatric Alopecia Areata
  • Discuss a practical approach to the workup and treatment of childhood Vitiligo
  • Review the cutting edge research of JAK inhibitors and their role in the future treatment of Alopecia Areata and Vitiligo

Care of Neonates and Infants with Sensitive Skin: Emollients et al

  • Review the developmental changes that occur in neonatal and infant skin
  • Discuss the role of emollients for sensitive infant skin
  • Offer best practices for the care of pediatric skin
  • Explore the role of natural ingredients used in newer over-the-counter skin care products for children

Neonatal Rashes and Neonatal Pearls

  • Review selected blistering disorders in neonates
  • Display varied presentations of neonatal HSV and differential diagnosis, and review impact of HSV in neonates
  • Discuss evolving perspectives on large congenital melanocytic nevi risk factors and evaluation
  • Improve identification of opportunistic cutaneous infections in neonates Pediatric Pearls 2020
  • Review patterns of presentation of diseases and variants, and discuss and therapeutic options, including periorificial dermatitis and pilomatricomas
  • Review evolving techniques for pediatric procedural dermatology, including decreasing procedural pain, multimodal laser treatment for scars, candida antigen for warts
  • Discuss Infectious-induced mucositis, Stevens-Johnson syndrome and evolving treatments

Neonatal Skin Vascular Disorders

  • Review the updated classification of vascular anomalies
  • Compare clinical presentation and natural history of the most common vascular anomalies
  • Discuss novel management strategies for vascular malformations and associated syndromes

The Science of Atopic Dermatitis

  • Comprehensive review of the physiopathology of Atopic Dermatitis
  • Facilitate understanding of mechanisms of action of different treatment modalities that will be discussed at the following session "Atopic Dermatitis Therapy"

Atopic Dermatitis Therapy

  • Help the participant develop treatment algorithms for Atopic Dermatitis in infants and children
  • Develop patient handouts for Atopic Dermatitis

Symposium Chair

Lawrence A. Schachner, MD, is a Professor in the Department of Dermatology, Professor of Pediatrics, and Co-Director of the Division of Pediatric Dermatology at the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine. He is also a Chair Emeritus at Stiefel Laboratories.

Sponsors & Partners

Each year, hundreds of clinicians attend the MOPD Symposium, in search of advanced education, practices, and protocols designed to improve patient care.

An exhibit booth at the MOPD Symposium is an investment that will reap rewards the moment you submit your application. We offer opportunities to engage with hundreds of leading clinicians and thought leaders before, during, and after the event through our multimedia channels, networking receptions, coffee and refreshment breaks, sponsored giveaways, and more.

Accreditation

“THIS ACTIVITY IS JOINTLY PROVIDED BY AKH INC. AND SOUTH BEACH SYMPOSIUM”.

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General Inquiries

laura@southbeachsymposium.org

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Press Inquiries

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