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AOCD '20 Virtual On-Demand Sessions
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This virtual conference will provide up to 33 hours of CME.

7/10/2020 to 10/15/2020
When: Friday, October 9, 2020
8:00 AM
Where: Virtual On-Demand
United States
Contact: AOCD
1-800-449-2623

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REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED.

 

Activity Host:
Ralph Fiore, II, DO, FAOCD

About the Virtual On-Demand Meeting:
The Board of Trustees has made the difficult decision to cancel the Fall 2020 in-person meeting originally scheduled for October 9-11, 2020 in Chicago due to COVID-19. We know our members still need CME, and the AOCD is here to help. Through AOCD ‘20 Virtual On-Demand, you can access all of the didactic programming scheduled for the original Chicago meeting and receive CME credits from the comfort of your home or office. These on-demand session recordings will count as Category 1-A CME credit. 

This virtual event's lectures will be accessible through the AOCD Online Learning System. Additional features and enhancements will be accessed through the AOCD Virtual '20 meeting app. Additional instructions for accessing virtual meeting materials will be sent to the email account provide during meeting registration, so please ensure you supply a valid, regularly checked email address. Registrants are encouraged to monitor email for meeting updates.

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Activity Sessions
**Schedule Subject to Change**

Cutaneous Paradoxical Reactions Associated with Biologic Therapy
Claudia Hernandez, MD
Therapeutic Update 2020
James Q. Del Rosso, DO, FAOCD
Coding and Billing Update
Faith McNicholas, RHIT, CPC, CPCD, PCS, CDC
Applying Genomics in the Management of Skin Cancer
Darrell Rigel, MD
Allergen Immunotherapy
Nathanael Brady, DO
Purpura, Vasculitis & Occlusion
Warren W. Piette, MD
Social Media Pearls for Your Dermatology Practice
Carin Bennett, JD
Isotretinoin Update
Morgan McCarty, DO
Updates in Pediatric Dermatology
Lisa Swanson, MD
Atopic Dermatitis: The Oozing, Crusting, and Bleeding Edge
Peter Lio, MD
Panel Discussion, Pediatric Dermatology
Lisa Swanson, MD & Peter Lio, MD
Cutaneous Lymphomas
Warren W. Piette, MD
Urticaria/Angioedema from the Allergist’s Perspective
Nathanael Brady, DO
On the Shoulders of Giants: Dermatology Stories You Were Never Told, Part 1
Derrick Adams, DO, FAOCD
Vulvovaginal Dermatoses: From Primary Care to the Specialties
Ruth Dubyel, DO, MBA
On the Shoulders of Giants: Dermatology Stories You Were Never Told, Part 2
Derrick Adams, DO, FAOCD
How NOT to Meet a Medical Malpractice Attorney
Margaret Masters, JD
Psoriasis Talk: Answers to Your Questions About Biologics
Mark Lebwohl, MD
Appropriate Interactions with Pharma: How Your Patients Can Benefit
Managing Actinic Keratoses in the Pandemic
Use of Antibiotics in Acne

Neal Bhatia, MD
Cosmeceuticals in Skin of Color
Jennifer David, DO
Bedbugs, Ticks, Spiders, and other Creepy Crawlers
Whitney High, MD
Scars and Keloids 2020
Michael Gold, MD
Osteopathic Approach in Dermatologic Disease
Suzanne Sirota Rozenberg, DO, FAOCD
Rosacea Update
Bradley Glick, DO, FAOCD
How to Approach Hair and Scalp Disorders in Skin of Color Patients
Susan Taylor, MD
Resident Presentations
Pigmentary Disorders

Gerard Danosos, DO, MS
Cutaneous Manifestations of COVID-19 in Pediatric Patients
Shane Swink, DO
Photodynamic Therapy: Realistic Practical Application
Cassandra Beard, DO
Psoriasis Biologics Made Simple
Angela Kim, DO
Laser and Energy Based Devices: A Review and Discussion of Current Applications
Shiva Kheradmand, DO
A Review of Non-Scarring Alopecias
Stefanie Cubelli, DO
 
Poster Presentations
Intralymphatic Histiocytosis: An Unusual Presentation
Timothy Blackwell, OMS-III; Zachary Ingersoll, DO; Martin Blackwell, DO, FAOCD
Cervicofacial Actinomycosis: A Unique Diagnostic Challenge in a Middle-Aged Male
Brett Brazen, OMS-IV; Lisa Fronek, DO; Risa Ross, DO, FAOCD; Richard Miller DO, FAOCD 
Familial Multiple Lipomatosis: A Reported Case and Brief Review of Similar Diagnoses Characterized by Multiple Lipomas
Hassie Cooper, DO; Chiara Rosenbaum, MS-4; Yasmin Hadian, DO; Richard Miller, DO, FAOCD 
Leaving a Dent on Onabotulinum Toxin A Adverse Effects
Katherine Corwin, DO; Tanner McClure, DO; Howard Lipkin, DO, FAOCD 
An Atypical Presentation of a Primary Dermal Leiomyosarcoma
Robert Dazé, DO; Krina Chavda, DO, FAOCD; Keith Baribault, MD; Richard Miller DO, FAOCD 
The Adjunct Use of Platelet-Rich Plasma in Split-Thickness Skin Grafts: A Systematic Review
Austin Dunn, OMS-lll; Tyler Long, OMS-lV; Raymond E. Kleinfelder, DO; Matthew Zarraga, DO, FAAD; Steven Ma, DO 
An Uncommon Location for Granular Cell Tumor in a 10-Year-Old Caucasian Female
Joanna Emilio, DO; Stefanie Cubelli, DO, MBS; Suzanne Sirota Rozenberg, DO, FAOCD 
Multicentric Reticulohistiocytosis Impersonating Connective Tissue Disease
Lisa Fronek, DO; Richard Bindernagel, DO; Kelly Segars, DO; Richard Miller, DO, FAOCD 
Blastic Plasmacytoid Dendritic Cell Neoplasm
Taylor Gray, DO; Lauren Schwartzberg, OMS-IV; John Moesch, DO; Raymond Knisley, DO; George Gibbons, MD; Richard Miller, DO 
Laugier-Hunziker Syndrome: A Case of a Rare Pigmentary Disorder
Katrina Hansen, DO; Eden Roth, OMS-III; Annette LaCasse, DO, FAOCD 
Monitoring Morphea Profunda
Alex Harrison, DO; Robert Daze, DO; Maheera Farsi, DO; Richard Miller, DO, FAOCD 
Extensive Hailey-Hailey Disease Effectively Treated with Apremilast
Shiva Kheradmand, DO; Alex Harrison, DO; Richard Miller, DO, FAOCD 
An Unusual Presentation of Confluent and Reticulated Papillomatosis (CARP)
Tesia Kolodziejczyk, OMS-IV; Eric Willis, MD; Elizabeth Wallace, MD 
Benzodiazepine-Induced Fixed Drug Eruption
Kalliope Kyriakides, DO; Marissa Ceresnie, DO; Sarah Stano, DO; Sonya Zarkhin, DO; Paul Chu, MD; Charles Gropper, MD; Cindy Hoffman, DO, FAOCD 
Primary Cutaneous Marginal Zone Lymphoma Presenting in a Twenty-Eight Year Old
Ann Lin, DO; Lauren Schwartzberg, BS; Suzanne Friedler, MD; Jason Cohen, MD 
Elephantiasis Nostras Verrucosa: A Case Series
Graham Litchman, DO; Lauren Schwartzberg, BS; Suzanne Friedler, MD; Suzanne Sirota Rozenberg, DO, FAOCD, FAAD 
A Case of Transient Reactive Papulotranslucent Acrokeratoderma: Exploring the Role of Epidermal Barrier Dysfunction During COVID-19
Victoria McCarver, DO; Risa Ross, DO, FAOCD; Richard Miller, DO, FAOCD 
Rapidly Growing Upper Extremity Cutaneous Leiomyosarcoma: A Case Report
Trevor Nessel, MS-IV; Jeffrey Globerson, DO; Sarah Shareef, MS-I; Annette LaCasse, DO, FAOCD; Michael Mahon, DO, FAOCD 
Gender Representation in Academic Dermatology: A Necessary Shift to the Current Paradigm
Colby L. Presley, BS, BA; Kayd J. Pulsipher, BS; Mayra B.C. Maymone, DDS, MD, DSc; Melissa R. Laughter, PhD; Madeleine Yemc; Tessa Zangara, BA; Chandler Rundle, MD; Robert P. Dellavalle, MD, PhD, MSPH 
Teledermatology Application Use in the COVID-19 Era
Kayd J. Pulsipher, BS; Colby L. Presley, BS, BA; Chandler W. Rundle, MD; Hope R. Rietcheck, BS; Michelle Millitelo, MS; Robert P. Dellavalle, MD 
Segmental Neurofibromatosis in a Middle-Aged Man
Christopher White, DO; Brett Brazen, OMS-III, MS; Richard Miller, DO, FAOCD 
Palmoplantar Keratoderma Associated with Charcot Marie Tooth Disease
Brandon Young 



Cancellation and Refund Policy
Full refunds (less $100 processing fee) are available if requested in writing at least one month prior to the date of the program.  The AOCD is not responsible for "acts of god” such as inclement weather, delays in airline travel, or governmental restrictions on travel due to national emergencies.  Refunds will not be made if participants are delayed or unable to attend because of these issues.

Accreditation:
The American Osteopathic College of Dermatology (AOCD) is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) to provide Category 1A continuing medical education for physicians.

The American Osteopathic College of Dermatology (AOCD) designates this program for a maximum of 33 AOA Category 1-A credits and will report CME and specialty credits commensurate with the extent of the physician’s participation in this activity.

The American Osteopathic College of Dermatology (AOCD) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ continuing medical education for physicians.

The American Osteopathic College of Dermatology (AOCD) designates this program for a maximum of 33 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™, and will report CME and specialty credits commensurate with the extent of the physician’s participation in this activity.

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