Join us as we go through the JEADV Editor's Picks of July 2021:
(1) Novel presentation of pigtail hairs
(2) Seeing the light: moving past sun protection factor and ultraviolet B when choosing sunscreen
(3) Antifungal resistance may be spreading in Europe
(4) Agreeing on the correct histopathologic diagnosis of melanoma
Read the Editor's picks here: https://www.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jdv.17389
In a digital world, are you ready to adjust, evolve and stay ahead of the curve when it comes to offering a state-of-the-art experience to your patients and improving their quality of life? Digitalization has made tremendous progress during the COVID pandemic; it is here to stay and its impact is already visible on (tele)dermatology. Join today’s discussion between Prof. Jan Gutermuth (University of Brussels) and Mr. Maicher (Global Partner & Director of Allianz Global Strategic...
This week Dr Fiona Lewis discusses common inflammatory dermatoses that affect the vulva. She brings practical clinical experience focusing on diagnosis and basic management of these conditions.
Join us as we go through the JEADV Editor's Picks of June 2021:
(1) Allergen immunotherapy’s efficacy in atopic dermatitis
(2) How to avoid misinterpreting chronic spontaneous urticaria screening test results
(3) Incidence of occupational contact dermatitis in healthcare workers
(4) How has the pandemic affected genitourinary medical care?
Read the editor's picks here: https://www.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/jdv.17305
How can we bring our research data back to the benefit of our patients? Prof. Lajos Kemény, one of the most respected scientists in Hungary and a JEADV Section Editor, says this has always been the question at the heart of his clinical and research activities. Tune into this information-packed episode as Prof. Kemény shares with us his wide-ranging expertise on acral lentiginous melanoma, the application of the xenon chloride excimer laser technology for treatment of vitiligo, and the new...
As dermatologists we are often confronted with patients with a non-healing leg ulcers. This may well be caused by venous insufficiency. In this podcast Audrey Meulendijks, author of "A systematic review on risk factors in developing a first-time Venous Leg Ulcer" is interviewed by EADV Education Committee member Bibi van Montfrans. Since risk factors for venous ulcers are also associated with lifestyle, we discuss the extent to which dermatologists should be engaged in lifestyle changes: a...
Join us as we go through the JEADV Editor's Picks of May 2021:
(1) Which medical disciplines diagnose and treat melanoma in Europe in 2019? A survey of experts from melanoma centres in 27 European countries
(2) COVID-19 and immune checkpoint inhibitors
(3) Impact of acne on the daily life of adult patients: building a self-administered patient questionnaire
(4) Serological diagnosis of secondary syphilis in a Rituximab-treated patient: an emerging diagnostic challenge?
Read the editor's picks...
This week Dr Paola Pasquali catches up with Prof. Salvador Gonzalez-Rodriguez. Considered one of the “fathers” of Reflectance Confocal Microscopy, Prof. Gonzalez speaks about the role of RCM in the universe of non-invasive imaging techniques. He also speaks about the most common uses in dermatology, its sensitivity for diagnosing malignancies and the learning curve for this procedure, and explains the potential uses in teledermatology and the future hand-held prototype.
In recognition of Skin Cancer Awareness Month in May, Prof. Peter Soyer shares his latest research findings on how teledermatology can play a pivotal role in preventing and detecting skin cancer and melanoma. Join us as we discuss the current paradigm shift in dermatology thanks to artificial intelligence, mobile teledermoscopy and virtual melanoma checks paving the way for more accessible and effective diagnostics and patient care.
Prof. Soyer is the Inaugural Chair in Dermatology at the...
In this second part of a two-episode series on health risks associated with sunbed use, Prof. Mariano Suppa rejoins us and shares his research findings with a special focus on European sunbed use. His call for effective educational, behavioural and legislative interventions to reduce the popularity of artificial tanning in Europe is particularly relevant as we kick off Skin Cancer Awareness Month.
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. In this episode highlighting the disease, we welcome Prof. Mariano Suppa, from Université Libre de Bruxelles, to share his insights on health risks associated with sunbed use. In this first part of a two-episode series, we discuss the risk of skin cancer and other health problems indoor tanners are liable to, and his research on the topic.
Prevalence and determinants of sunbed use in thirty European countries: data from the Euromelanoma skin cancer...
Join us as we go through the JEADV Editor's Picks of April 2021:
(1) Differentiating the incidental from malignant on imaging
(2) The mind, body and… psoriasis
(3) Fungal infections in the context of immigration
(4) Patients pay more for psoriasis
Read the editor's picks here: https://www.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jdv.17185
Dr Sarah Walsh of the EADV Education Committee sits down and speaks with prominent researchers Dr Pauline O'Reilly and Prof. Jean-Pascal Lefaucheur to discuss two previously poorly-explored aspects of SJS/TEN. Prof Lefaucheur gives insights in to the prevalence of chronic skin pain and possible pathomechanisms, and Dr O’Reilly discusses her research in the area of post-traumatic stress disorder and other psychological consequences of this devastating disease, for patients themselves, their...
In this special episode on COVID-19, Prof. Jan Gutermuth (University of Brussels) leads a discussion with Prof. Johannes Ring (JEADV Editor-in-Chief) about vaccines and the risk for people with allergic skin diseases. They offer the latest advice on safely vaccinating patients who report allergies and outline how to identify patients who are at risk, who can and cannot be vaccinated, and any skin side-effects we should be aware of. This is an episode especially relevant for all healthcare...
Join us as we go through the JEADV Editor's Picks of March 2021:
(1) “Duck-like lips” in mycoplasma-induced rash and mucositis
(2) Masks don’t protect from only COVID-19
(3) Non-invasively measuring melanoma thickness
(4) A biological therapy for systemically treatment-naïve patients with psoriasis
Read the editor's picks here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jdv.17156
This week on the Dermatology Podcast, we meet up with Dr. Helmut Beltraminelli to discuss the hot topic of AI in Dermatology, his Young Dermatologist Achievement Award in 2019, his passion for humanitarian dermatology in Africa, and his latest research findings on melanoma and genital lichen sclerosus.
Dr. Nicolas Kluger has published over 100 articles on health issues related to tattoos and body art and given numerous lectures on the topic. This week, we discuss with him the cutaneous complications related to decorative tattooing, including blurry halos and viral warts and seborrhoeic keratoses, as well as his special interest in art case studies in Dermatology and his related articles published in the JEADV.
Join us as we go through the JEADV Editor's Picks of February 2021:
(1.) The relationship between alopecia areata and cardiac/metabolic diseases
(2.) Phototherapy to treat notalgia paresthetica
(3.) A systemic antioxidant in the treatment of melasma
(4.) A promising monoclonal antibody for young children
JEADV Associate Editor Prof. Franco Rongioletti shares with us his research on hidradenitis suppurativa, sclerosing diseases, molluscum contagiosum. He discusses the newest therapeutic recommendations in the "2020 European guideline on the management of genital molluscum contagiosum" and his experience with COVID-19 in Italy.
In this second episode of this two part series, we revisit the EADV webinar series "Dermatology during a pandemic” focusing on the human aspect. EADV President Prof. Stratigos shares the efforts of dermatologists and the EADV during the pandemic; Dr. Walsh gives tips on vaccines and highlights the importance of staff well-being, whereas Dr. van Montfrans discusses the patient perspective and mental health. Michele Nevaraz stresses the need for attention and compassion and Stella Siskou shares...
In this first episode of the two part series, we revisit the EADV webinar series "Dermatology during a pandemic" and explore tips and updates on COVID-19. This episode covers skin manifestations, dermatosurgery, dermato-oncology and teledermatology in the times of Covid-19. Prof. Myrto Trakatelli, Chairperson of EADV School, gives an overview of the webinar series, whereas Dr. Elena Rossi, Dr. Christian Posch, Dr. Paola Pasquali and Dr. Cristina Galvan give an update on dermatology and...
Join us as we go through the JEADV Editor's Picks of January 2021: (1.) Does pre-exposure prophylaxis increase the risk of acquiring sexually transmitted infections? (2.) Anti-androgens in the treatment of severe COVID-19. (3.) Screening for frailty in dermato-oncology. (4.) ICU admission based on genetic variations (androgen receptor CAG length).
Prof. Dedee Murrell has worked with the EADV on numerous projects, most recently with her efforts working with a team of experts to publish the “Updated S2K guidelines on the management of pemphigus vulgaris and pemphigus foliaceus initiated by the EADV" in the JEADV. Given her profound experience with autoimmune blistering diseases, we take the opportunity to discuss how she balances her passion for research and practice while also creating and managing the Australasian Blistering Diseases...
Join us as we go through the JEADV Editor's Picks of December 2020:1. Getting a grip on eczema2. The impact of Covid-19 lockdown on melanoma diagnosis and Breslow thickness3. Stigmatisation in psoriasis4. A case of scar sarcoidosis following a light-based treatment
In this episode we discuss "The work-related skin diseases of Santa Claus," a letter published in the JEADV by Dr. Philippe Charlier and Dr. Nicolas Kluger. The authors jovially use the personage Santa Claus to explain potential diagnoses for patients who are exposed to harsh working environments (e.g. extreme climates, temperature changes, radiation exposure, sleep deprivation, and injury).