Thursday, June 22, 2017 - Exhibit Day


07:00-08:30
Practice Management Program I

Chair: Gordon Searles, MD, FRCPC

The first of the three Practice Management sessions delivers a variety of practice management tips and pearls, along with advice on how to review and be a reviewer of journal articles. It also presents one more practice style comparison to complete the series started last year.

07:00-07:10 Welcome & Agenda Gordon Searles
07:10-07:48 Practice Management Potpourri Benjamin Barankin
07:48-08:07 How to be a Reviewer and Review Articles for a Journal Melinda Gooderham
08:07-08:26 Practice Style Comparisons:
Academic – the Good, the Bad, and the Different
Peter Green
08:26-08:30 Closing Remarks Gordon Searles

 

 

08:30-10:00
Accredited Breakfast Symposium

Co-developed by Eli Lilly and the CDA

The Target Remains Clear: “New Updates on IL-17 Inhibition in Psoriasis”

This symposium will expand upon last year’s award-winning CDA symposium, The Target is Clear, by providing participants with the most up-to-date efficacy and safety data on the use of IL-17 inhibitors for the treatment of psoriasis. Participants will also have the opportunity to reflect on how this novel therapeutic class may be changing the treatment expectations of both patients and physicians. Using a highly-interactive format, various topics relevant to clinical practice will be addressed including: long-term safety and efficacy, drug survival and longevity of response; challenges to the successful treatment of psoriasis with the newer biologics; meeting patient needs and improving quality of life; and optimizing outcomes in difficult-to-treat cases.

 

10:15-11:30
Concurrent Workshops

Surgical Workshop

Chair:  David Zloty, MD, FRCPC

This practical workshop will provide an anatomical review of the head and neck areas and discuss approaches for optimizing results and managing complications.

10:15-10:20 Welcome and Introduction David Zloty
10:20-10:40 Practical skin anatomy for surgery and injectables Iren Kossintseva
10:40-10:50 Question and Answer session re anatomy Iren Kossintseva
10:50-11:10 Practical approach to real world skin surgery complications David Zloty
11:10-11:20 Question and Answer session re skin surgery complications David Zloty
11:20-11:30 Final Questions and Comments David Zloty and Iren Kossintseva

 

Medical Workshop

Details to follow

 

11:40-12:40
CDA Annual General Meeting

Come hear the highlights of CDA’s activities over the past year.

 

12:40-14:20
Lunch and Live Poster Presentations in Exhibit Hall

Poster Station 1

13:00-13:08 Chronic Actinic Dermatitis Results in a Police Takedown: An Instrumental Case Study Christina M. Huang
13:08-13:16 TBC TBC
13:16-13:24 A Systematic Review of the Treatment of Stevens-Johnson Syndrome and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis in Children: Time for Change? Danny Mansour
13:24-13:32 The 20/20 Optics of Hidradenitis Suppurativa Tracy Brown-Maher
13:32-13:40 Kawasaki Disease Masked by Pustular Type Psoriasiform Eruptions: A Case Report Kimya Hassani-Ardakani
13:40-13:48 Hypersensitivity to mosquito bites associated with EBV infection and suspected immunodeficiency Dorota Kablubowska
13:48-13:56 Occupational Stress of Anesthesia: Effects on Skin Aging and Telomere length Rania E. Abdelmaksoud
13:56-14:04 Somatic Mutations Analysis in Circumscribed Palmoplantar Hypokeratosis Sana Basseri
14:04-14:12 Efficacy and Safety of Secukinumab in Treating Moderate to Severe Plaque Psoriasis in Two Academic Dermatology Clinics: a Multicenter Retrospective Study Jorge C. Georgakopoulos
14:12-14:20 A showcase of the revised hair pull test range and new pre-test guidelines Katherine A. McDonald

 

Poster Station 2

13:00-13:08 Comparison of the Treatment Guidelines for Actinic Keratoses: A Critical Appraisal and Review Stephanie Zhou
13:08-13:16 Current Practice of Canadian Dermatologists for the Field Therapy of Actinic Keratoses Zaini Sawar
13:16-13:24 Looking at your future: Appearance-based interventions and skin cancer prevention Alison C. Spurr
13:24-13:32 Tumeur à cellules de Merkel agressive au site chirurgical d’un carcinome basocellulaire traité par chirurgie micrographique de Mohs et radiothérapie Alexandre Laroche
13:32-13:40 A Cross-Sectional Study of Indoor Tanning in Fitness Centres Christina M. Huang
13:40-13:48 PURE Study design and update: A new registry of Patients with moderate to severe chronic plaqUe psoRiasis in Canada and Latin AmErica Melinda Gooderham
13:48-13:56 Long-term management of moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis with dupilumab and concomitant topical corticosteroids up to 1 year: a phase 3 trial (CHRONOS) Melinda Gooderham
13:56-14:04 Biologics Persistency in the Real-World Setting Julia Mayba
14:04-14:12 OBSERVE-5 sub-analysis: 5-year etanercept safety results for the treatment of psoriasis in Canada vs the United States Kim Papp
14:12-14:20 Effectiveness of Systemic Treatments for Pyoderma Gangrenosum: A Systematic Review of Observational Studies & Clinical Trials Arun C. Partridge

 

14:30-15:30
Plenary 2

Chair:  Kirk Barber, MD, FRCPC

14:30-14:35 Introduction & Welcome Remarks Kirk Barber
14:35-15:00 Photodermatoses Henry Lim
15:00-15:03 Introduction of JCMS Lecturer Kirk Barber
15:03-15:28 JCMS Lecture: Academic Dermatology: Dreams, Disappointment and Enlightenment Cheryl Rosen
15:28-15:30 JCMS Lecture Award Presentation Kirk Barber & Cheryl Rosen

 

15:30-16:30
Reach for the Top Derm Team Challenge

New for 2017, Reach for the Top Derm Team Challenge is fun face-off between teams of four.  Come cheer on your favourite team as they compete across four rounds of challenging questions and lend a hand with “ask the audience” lifelines.  Whether a contestant or an audience participant, everyone’s a player!

 

16:30-18:00
Exhibit Hall Reception

As a thank you to our sponsors, a reception open to delegates, sponsors and exhibitors will take place in the CDA 2017 Exhibit Hall.

 

18:15-19:45
Dinner Symposium (New for 2017)

Co-developed by Novartis Pharmaceuticals Canada and the CDA

Differential diagnosis using a multi-disciplinary approach in psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, chronic idiopathic urticaria and auto-inflammatory disease

In 2067 all patients walking in to a doctor’s office might have a barcode which will offer the right diagnosis, with the right therapeutic approach and in turn offer on the spot the right treatment to describe the best chance of success.

However, in 2017 there is still a need for a differential diagnosis. Lengthy diagnosis and delayed treatment provides for more complexity for overall patient health.  This symposium will address how a multi-disciplinary team would work together to reduce the complexity for patient treatment and offer more efficient management of overall patient care.

The symposium will feature a panel of multi-disciplinary specialists who will provide insights on the patient journey, and management & treatment of psoriasis (PsO), psoriatic arthritis (PsA), chronic idiopathic urticaria (CIU), and auto inflammatory disease (AI). The panel will focus on how a multi-disciplinary team can work together to improve patient care and accelerate the patient journey.

18:15-18:25 Introduction
Welcome and introductions
Patient cases
Marc Bourcier
18:25-18:50 Case #1 – Psoriatic Arthritis
Patient Journey
Multi-disciplinary management discussion
Treatment options
2 questions
Neil Shear & Sibel Aydin
18:50-19:15 Case #2 – Chronic Idiopathic Urticaria
Patient Journey
Multi-disciplinary management discussion
Treatment options
2 questions
Neil Shear & Hugo Chapdelaine
19:15-19:40 Case #3 – Auto Inflammatory Disease
Patient Journey
Multi-disciplinary management discussion
Treatment options
2 questions
Hugo Chapdelaine
19:40-19:45 Final Q&A