Program

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Virtual Pre-Recorded Sessions Available
From October 26th, 2020

The pre-recorded sessions are on-line and accessible via the Virtual Platform. See the minimum technical specs here

Scientific Sessions (1 to 7) (all talks are 20 mins)
In order to fulfil the educational objectives, the duration of these sessions will be approximately 9 hours 

Session 1: Institutional and Regional Perspectives on Teledermatology and Artificial Intelligence in Dermatology

Teledermatology in Latin-America
Guadalupe Estrada (Mexico DF, Mexico)

Teledermatology in Europe
Saul Halpern (Kent, United Kingdom)

Teledermatology in USA. The AAD view
Jules Lipoff (Philadelphia, USA)

Augmented intelligence in dermatology. Position statement of the AAD
Justin Ko (Stanford, USA)

Designing clinical decision support and AI to reduce racial bias in medicine
Art Papier (Rochester, USA)

Session 2: Teledermatology Programs For Health Care Delivery

Providing care through teledermatology
Amanda Oakley (Auckland, New Zealand)

Making on-line decisions in inflammatory dermatosis
Trilokraj Tejasvi (Ann Arbor, USA)

Monitoring atypical lesions through teledermoscopy
John Paoli (Gothenburg, Sweden)

American TD programs for underserved areas
Karen McKoy (Boston, USA)

Inter-regional teledermatology programs: The Arctic Experience
Mette Mogensen (Copenhagen, Denmark)


Session 3: Augmented Artificial Intelligence in Dermatology

Core concepts and clinical decision making in AI
Ivy Lee (Pasadena, USA)

AI applications in dermatopathology
Carrie Kovarik (Philadelphia, USA)

Telemedicine and AI for dermatology care in China
Yong Cui (Beijing, China)

How can Artificial Intelligence improve digital care in dermatology?
Maryam Sadeghi (Vancouver, Canada)

What we have learnt from AI and how to use it for skin cancer TD screening
Josep Malvehy (Barcelona, Spain)


Session 4: Telepathology and Teleconfocal

Teleconfocal use for teledermatology
Manu Jain (New York, USA)

Teledermatopathology
Marcial García-Rojo (Cádiz, Spain)

The emerging role of tele-confocal and tele-pathology in global dermatology
Babar Rao (New York, USA)

Teleconfocal education
Giovanni Pellacani (Modena, Italy)


Session 5: Education, Training, and the Human Factor

Education for teledermatology and AI in dermatology
Jules Lipoff (Philadelphia, USA)

Teledermatology. The human factor
Lara Ferrándiz (Seville, Spain)

Ethics with Artificial Intelligence in practice
Justin Ko (Stanford, USA)


Session 6: The Hottest Topic. Clinical Telemedicine Beyond Dermatology

Hospitals in 2030- will they still exist?
Trilokraj Tejasvi (Ann Arbor, USA)

Multidisciplinary virtual health
Leonard Witkamp (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Everything started in dermatology!
David Moreno-Ramírez (Seville, Spain)


Session 7: Technologies for Teledermatology and AI

Digital photography for teledermatology. Systems and devices
Paola Pasquali (Tarragona, Spain)

The role of DICOM in dermatology imaging and Artificial Intelligence
Liam Caffery (Brisbane, Australia)

Smartphone apps for dermatologists and their patients
Amr Salam (London, United Kingdom)

Clinical challenges of a 3D total body imaging telehealth network in Australia
Peter Soyer (Brisbane, Australia)


Live Virtual Plenary Lectures and Discussion Sessions
November 5th + 6th, 2020

ALL TIMES ARE CENTRAL EUROPEAN SUMMER TIME

The recorded plenary lectures will be available in the virtual platform on November 11th

Thursday 5th November: 17.00 – 20.00 (CEST)

17.00 – 17.30     Plenary Lecture 1: Covid-19:  Before and After. Where Does Teledermatology Stand Now?
                                                            David Moreno (Seville, Spain) & Paola Pasquali (Tarragona, Spain)

17.30 – 18.00     Q&A Plenary Lecture 1

18.00 – 20.00    Live Discussion: Sessions 1 to 4 


Friday 6th November: 17.00 – 20.00 (CEST)

17.00 – 17.30      Plenary Lecture 2: Teledermatology: Preparing for Widespread Adoption
                                                              Joseph Kvedar (Boston, USA)

17.30 – 18.00     Q&A Plenary Lecture 2

18.00 – 20.00    Live Discussion: Sessions 5 to 7 


Friday 6th November: 21.00 – 21.30 (CEST)

ISTD Annual Meeting (live) – Election of New Board


Overall Expected Learning Outcomes:
› To learn the results of studies carried out by various international groups on the different methodologies and uses of teledermatology.
› To learn the results of international studies on different artificial intelligence applications for the diagnosis and treatment of skin diseases.
› To learn the results of international studies on different complementary diagnostic tests applied to telemedicine (confocal, teledermatopathology, etc.).

 

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