29 - 31 Jan 2015
The EADO initiates for the second time a course dedicated to fundamentals in skin cancer targeted to specialists and residents in the final phase of their resident program. They will benefit a comprehensive and updated course to improve their decision-making process for the management of all types and stages of skin cancer, from diagnosis, primary treatment and adjuvant treatment, to the management of loco-regional disease and distant metastatic disease. It is intended to organize this course every year in different countries.
This 2,5-day educational course targets doctors who are actively involved in the treatment of skin cancer. Dermatologists or other specialists who have completed specialist training, or residents in the final year of their training program, are likely to gain the most from this course.
The maximum number of delegates is 100. In order to make the course available throughout Europe, places will be made available on a first come first served basis to all applicants.
The principal aim of the course is to provide a comprehensive and detailed understanding of the decision-making process for the management of all types and stages of skin cancer. This will include diagnosis and primary treatment, management of loco-regional disease and distant metastatic disease, and adjuvant treatment. This is particularly relevant given the rapid progress in our understanding of melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer, and the development of new treatments. In particular delegates will acquire the following knowledge: