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September 2021 Monthly Conference
Online Meeting via Zoom

Wednesday, September 15, 2021
8:30 a.m. - Gathering and conversation
9:00 - 12:00 p.m. - Lectures & Cases

Meeting Host:  Loyola University
This will be an online meeting

CME CLAIM FORM -- Click Here to claim CME credit (practicing or retired dermatologists only; residents so not submit)
     This form will be available on the day of the meeting; website log-in may be required

CDS continues our regular educational conference schedule online.  The September 2021 monthly conference will take place on Wednesday morning, September 15th.  Our guest speaker will give two lectures, and the Loyola University residents will present cases. 

As in previous virtual conferences, the sessions will be recorded to allow members the opportunity to view it at a later time.

Note . . . We are aware that Yom Kippur begins this day at sunset.  The conference should be finished well in advance to accommodate our members of the Jewish faith.

MEMBERS & RESIDENTS REGISTER HERE 
 

     

 

Guest Registrations (i.e., Medical Students and Research Fellows) -- CLICK HERE

The links above will take you to CDS registration forms. Member log-in is required to complete either the member/resident or the guest forms.  A member or a resident must register all guests; the guest cannot register themselves.

Once you submit your registration, you'll receive an automated confirmation email with the Zoom link; we will send a reminder to all registered attendees shortly before the conference.

Please note this important deadline:  You must sign up for this conference no later than Tuesday, May 4th at 2:00 p.m..  This is so we have time to enter your registration and make sure you receive the instructions to sign-in for the conference.  Thank you for adhering to this deadline.


This Month's Guest Speaker

Elizabeth V Seiverling, MD

Assistant Professor of Dermatology, Tufts University School of Medicine
Dermatology Division Director, Maine Medical Center; Portland, ME

Dr. Seiverling cares for patients with all aspects of skin disease. She has a special interest in skin cancer using dermoscopy and confocal microscopy to assist with the early detection of melanoma and other types of skin cancer. She teaches dermoscopy to dermatologists and primary care physicians with the hope of improving skin cancer detection and reducing melanoma death rates in Maine. 

Dr. Seiverling graduated from medical school in 2006 at Pennsylvania State College Of Medicine.  Following an internship at Massachusetts General Hospital, she completed residencies in nephrology and dermatology in 2010 at the University of California-San Francisco.  Her primary practice location is the MMP Dermatology Clinic in South Portland, as well as the Maine Medical Center in Portland.

 


This Month's Program

8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (times are approximate may be adjusted)

   8:30 a.m. -- Gathering and open conversation via Zoom

   9:00 a.m. -- Welcome and Introductions -- Jordan Carqueville MD, CDS President

   9:05 - 9:50 a.m. --
          "High-Yield Dermoscopy"
          Elizabeth V. Seiverling, MD 

   9:50 - 10:00 a.m.
          Questions

   10:00 - 11:00 a.m. -- 
          Resident Case Presentations
          Loyola University Residents  

   11:00 - 11:45 a.m.
          Interesting Cases for Discussion
          Elizabeth V. Seiverling, MD 

11:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
          Wrap-up and Closing Comments
          Jordan Carqueville, MD

Protocols of Cases
 
The case protocols will be available on the CDS website shortly before the day of the conference.  View the protocols (member log-in is required)
 
View Recordings of Conferences 
 
CDS members can view the recordings of this or previous conferences HERE.  Recordings generally are posted within a day or two of the meeting.  (member log-in is required)

 


Meeting Format

Because of meeting restrictions currently in place due to the coronavirus public health situation, CDS is offering our guest lecture and resident case presentations in the form of an online session via Zoom.  Participants will be able to ask questions, and you will be able to hear the speakers through your computer or by telephone.  You can ask a question by posting the chat box.
 
Following the "main" part of the conference, several breakout sessions may be offered providing the opportunity to have further discussion on particular topics, and to stay connected with your colleagues.  We hope you will find these sessions to be enjoyable.
 
CDS now offers attendees the option of viewing closed captioning during virtual meetings on Zoom  CLICK HERE for more information about this feature.

Educational Items

Course Director:  Jordan Carqueville, MD; CDS President

Target Audience:  Practicing dermatologists, dermatology residents and fellows.

Additional information about CME credits will be provided at the time of the meeting.


Questions?  Need more information?

Contact the Chicago Dermatological Society office:
     Richard H. Paul, executive director
     10 W. Phillip Rd., Suite 120
     Vernon Hills, IL  60061-1730
     Phone:   847-680-1666
     Fax:       847-680-1682
     Email:    [email protected]

 

 
Last Updated on Wednesday, September 15, 2021 09:04 AM