Dermatology and skin pathologies during and after the health alert by COVID19

The COVID-19 pandemic is representing a health, economic and social turning point, and will change the practice of Dermatology. During the months of peak disease and confinement, many dermatologists have been in the front line and have contributed to the recognition and study of dermatological manifestations of the disease; there is uncertainty about the procedure to be followed in the context of the pandemic in many patients being treated with immunosuppressive drugs or biological agents directed against interleukins.

All this has justified this series of webinars with the participation of experts from all over Spain to see in detail the different aspects of the disease and to put on a round table the issues that most concern us, such as the foreseeable changes in patient management and pharmaceutical dispensing, both in the field of public and private dermatology.

Objective of the course
To review the pathogenesis and dermatological manifestations associated with the coronavirus, to see the impact on patients with immunosuppressors, and to advance and discuss future adaptation to the new paradigm of dermatological practice.

To whom it is addressed
To clinical dermatologists, internists, family doctors, hospital pharmacists and other specialties.

28/5 SARS-Cov-2 and COVID19 for dermatologists: pathogenic and clinical virology
Dr. Lluís Puig - Hospital de Sant Pau, Barcelona

04/6 COVID19 and dermatological manifestations
Dr. Alba Català - Hospital Plató and DERMA-Associats, Teknon Medical Center, Barcelona

11/6 Impact on patients undergoing immunosuppressive treatment
Dr. José Manuel Carrascosa - Hospital Univesitari Germans Trías i Pujol (HUGIT), Barcelona

18/6 COVID19: current and future impact on dermatological practice
Dr. Sergio Vañó Galván - Hospital Univesitario Ramón y Cajal, and the Trichology and Hair Transplant Unit of the Clínica del Dr. Pedro Jaén, Madrid

25/6 Round table: New paradigm in dermatology: how we can face it or adapt to it from different angles
Dr. Lluís Puig (Moderator)
Dr. José Manuel Carrascosa
Dr. M. Antónia Mangues - Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, Barcelona
Dr. Lara Ferrándiz - Hospital Universitario Virgen Macarena, Associate Professor University of Seville
Dr. Bibiana Pérez - Hospital Ramón y Cajal Dermatology Group at Dr. Pedro Jaén's Clinic, Madrid

Sant Pau
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Management

Dr. Lluís Puig

Dr. Lluís Puig

Jefe del Servicio de Dermatología
Hospital de Sant Pau, Barcelona
Nº de Colegiado 080819142
Col·legi Oficial de Metges de Barcelona

Staff

Dr. José Manuel Carrascosa

Dr. José Manuel Carrascosa

Servicio de dermatología
Hospital Germans Trías i Pujol
Nº de Colegiado 28245
Col·legi Oficial de Metges de Barcelona
Dra. Alba Català

Dra. Alba Català

Servicio de dermatología
Hospital Plató
Nº de Colegiada 44720
Col·legi Oficial de Metges de Barcelona
Dra. Lara Ferrándiz

Dra. Lara Ferrándiz

Servicio de Dermatología
Hospital Universitario Virgen Macarena
Nº de Colegiada 41/15.141
COM Sevilla
Dra. M. Antònia Mangues

Dra. M. Antònia Mangues

Jefa de Servicio de Farmacia Hospitalaria
Hospital de la Santa Creu i Hospital de Sant Pau
Nº de Colegiada 5248
Colegio Oficial de Farmacéuticos de Barcelona
Dra. Bibiana Pérez

Dra. Bibiana Pérez

Médico adjunto del Servicio de Dermatología
Hospital Universitario Ramón y Cajal
Nº de Colegiada 282843247
Colegio de médicos de Madrid
Dr. Sergio Vañó Galván

Dr. Sergio Vañó Galván

Director de la Unidad de Tricología
Hospital Universitario Ramón y Cajal
Nº de Colegiado 282859895
ICOMEM (Madrid)