International Hyperhidrosis Society
 
 

Hyperhidrosis Master Class in Patient Care and Practice Efficiency; Washington, DC

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Hyperhidrosis has the highest impact in sufferers' QOL compared to ALL dermatologic conditions. And the majority of sufferers report that excessive sweating negatively impacts their career and life choices. But you can prevent that loss.

Taught by International Hyperhidrosis Society founding members Dee Anna Glaser, MD and David M. Pariser, MD, and joined by esteemed faculty Adam Friedman, MD, Kelley Pagliai Redbord, MD and Zakiya P. Rice, MD, our one-day CME Master Class reviews diagnostic and clinical guidelines, treatment options, new and emerging developments, shares pearls for reimbursement management and perfects your injection technique through live-patient treatment demonstrations. 

Join us for this dynamic and rewarding learning experience. A maximum of 7.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for eligible attendees.

International Hyperhidrosis Society accredited medical education programs are open to healthcare providers, university-affiliated health care researchers, NIH- or grant-sponsored researchers and industry professionals. Registered participants will receive extensive session materials, morning refreshments and lunch. Space is limited and guaranteed only upon receipt of an International Hyperhidrosis Society confirmation correspondence. Sorry, we are not able to process refunds.

After attending the session, the learner should be able to:

  1. Explain the pathophysiology of hyperhidrosis and how it is classified
  2. Discern between primary and secondary hyperhidrosis, and communicate accurate diagnosis
  3. Understand and recognize the effects of hyperhidrosis on a patient’s life and psycho/social wellness and speak compassionately with patients regarding their condition, its prevalence, and impacts
  4. Describe the indication for, techniques of administering and potential complications of current and emerging treatments for hyperhidrosis
  5. Perform the specific techniques for best outcomes for all treatment options (excluding ETS, which will be discussed separately) for all focal areas affected (including combined therapies, as appropriate)
  6. Understand special considerations when providing care for pediatric and geriatric patient populations
  7. Incorporate tools into practice for improved patient management, compliance, satisfaction and ongoing, evidence-based care
  8. Provide patients with guidance to improve access (such as third-party payor coverage) to qualified treatments
  9.   Create an inclusive environment, welcoming hyperhidrosis sufferers to self-identify along with efficient, effective patient and practice management
  10. Mentor healthcare colleagues in hyperhidrosis diagnosis and treatment
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Dee Anna Glaser, MD, FAAD [Co-Chair]
President, Co-Founder International Hyperhidrosis Society
Professor and Interim Chairman,  
Director of Cosmetic and Laser Surgery,
Director of Clinical Research,
Department of Dermatology 
Saint Louis University School of Medicine

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Kelley Redbord, MD, FAAD
Associate Clinical Professor,
Department of Dermatology
The George Washington University
School of Medicine

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Adam Friedman, MD, FAAD [Co-Chair]
Professor, Interim Chair 
Residency Program Director, 
Department of Dermatology
The George Washington University
School of Medicine

 

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Zakiya P. Rice, MD, FAAD
Adjunct Clinical Professor,
Department of Dermatology
Emory University 
School of Medicine

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David M. Pariser, MD, FACP, FAAD 
Secretary, Co-Founder 
International Hyperhidrosis Society 
Professor, Department of Dermatology 
Eastern Virginia Medical School

This International Hyperhidrosis Society educational event is made possible by generous donations of our community, along with the kind support of Allergan, Candesant, Dermira, Hidrex and miraDry. The content of our Master Class is, and always will be, created with no commercial influence, control or review. Contact us today if you'd like to support this and other programs of the International Hyperhidrosis Society. Thank you!

This Activity is partially supported by an in-kind educational grant from Allergan.
This Activity is partially supported by an independent educational grant from Candesant.
This Activity is partially supported by an independent educational grant from Dermira, Inc.
This Activity is partially supported by the exhibitor, Hidrex.
This Activity is partially supported by an in-kind educational grant from Allergan.