Canadian Dermatology Foundation

Established in 1969, the Canadian Dermatology Foundation (CDF) is Canada’s only national, not-for-profit funder of basic and applied dermatology research.


Canadian Hidradenitis Suppurativa

The mission of the Canadian Hidradenitis Suppurativa Foundation is to improve the daily life and quality of care for Canadians living with Hidradenitis Suppurativa through education, research and patient empowerment.


Société Camp Liberté Society

Camp Liberté is an independent, charitable organization created by a group of dermatologists dedicated to offering children an opportunity to enjoy a summer camp experience. The camp lasts six days and is open to children from across Canada who have moderate to severe skin conditions.


Canadian Professors of Dermatology

The Canadian Professors of Dermatology (CPD) provides a forum for the discussion of all levels and aspects of dermatologic education in an informational and collegial setting.

The CPD offers two programs during the year; DRIVE (Dermatology Residents Innovation & Vision in Education) and BoSS (Basics of Skin Science).


CARD – CAnadian working group of Rheumatologists and Dermatologists

The CAnadian Working Group of Rheumatologists and Dermatologists (CARD) is supported by the Canadian Dermatology Association. It functions independently and does not report to the CDA Board of Directors.