Medical Education Events
Medical professionals can learn about the most current hyperhidrosis treatments and research (and in some cases, receive hands-on treatment training) from experts in the field at live symposia. Upcoming events are listed below, and this page is updated often.
Potential sponsors: you can help us bring our respected Hyperhidrosis Master Class to dermatology residency programs and professional medical association meetings around the world (such as the SDPA and EADV). We look forward to your help as we continue to provide cutting-edge hyperhidrosis training to healthcare providers. You can learn more about sponsorship opportunities by contacting us.
Can't attend? Keep your knowledge of hyperhidrosis best practices fresh using our online treatment training video library. Watch the videos and ensure you're providing optimum hyperhidrosis care for axillary, craniofacial, palmar, plantar, and submammary hyperhidrosis.
Something missing? Please get in touch with us and tell us about events where you'd like to see us, invite us to your event, or simply learn about the benefits of IHhS outreach and advocacy.
HYPERHIDROSIS IN 2023: ARE WE CLOSE YET?
October 18, 2023 | Music City SCALE Webinar Series | Webinar
Wednesday, October 18, 2023; 8:00pm-9:30pm EDT
Understanding Hyperhidrosis in 2023
Speaker: Adelaide A. Hebert, MD (USA)
New Treatment Paradigms for Hyperhidrosis
Speaker: Dee Anna Glaser, MD (USA)
Toxins and Devices for Hyperhidrosis
Speaker: Michael H. Gold, MD (USA)
Q&A and Panel Talk
DERMATOLOGY, AESTHETICS, AND SURGERY INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE (DASIL) 11TH WORLD CONGRESS
October 25-27, 2023 | Bangkok, THAILAND | On-Site
Thursday, October 26, 2023; 14:15-15:45 ICT
Workshop: Medical II – Hyperhidrosis in 2023
Friday, October 27, 2023; 14:15-15:45 ICT
Workshop: Medical II – Hyperhidrosis Update
2023 HYPERHIDROSIS MASTER CLASS
Save the Date: Thursday, December 7, 2023; Washington, DC, USA
To receive updates and early registration access, email Christine@SweatHelp.org and include “2023 Hh Master Class” in your email’s subject line.