LiVDerm relies on close partnerships and collaborations with media & association partners, all of whom are committed to disseminating clinical information surrounding medical and aesthetic dermatology.
The American Osteopathic College of Dermatology was recognized in 1958 as a Specialty College of the American Osteopathic Association and since then has grown into a strong and influential specialty college of over one thousand members. The AOCD is dedicated to promoting the practice of osteopathic dermatology on a national level. Accredited by the AOA and ACCME, the AOCD prides itself in delivering cutting edge continuing medical education activities focusing on the emerging trends and the future of dermatology. To learn more, please visit http://www.aocd.org.
Currently there are over 2,600 Florida Chapter of American Academy of Pediatrics (FCAAP) members who promote the health and welfare of Florida’s children (newborns, infants, children, adolescents and young adults), and support pediatricians and pediatric specialists as the best qualified provider of their healthcare.
The American Pharmacy Purchasing Alliance is a community of pharmacy owners, pharmaceutical experts and professionals dedicated towards the recognition and advancement of the specialized industry pharmacy, patient care & pharmaceutical purchasing. At APPA, we strive to represent a collective and unmistakable voice.
Changing the emphasis from growing hair to growing confidence, building self-esteem, providing support and raising awareness of the currently incurable autoimmune hair loss disease, Alopecia. Helping CAP Kids, Teens and their families with over 50 CAP Kid Groups worldwide and holding Alopeciapalooza, our annual international camp annually in Maine and with regional CAP Kid Camps in California, Washington State, North Carolina, Colorado, Minnesota, Texas and Ohio. Founder, Jeff Woytovich speaks at over 65 schools every year around the world letting kids know that they are perfect! CAP is a federally tax-exempt 501c3 Non-profit organization. EIN# 02-0729983
The Mission of the American Cutaneous Oncology Society is to provide education and support consensus for Dermatologists, other specialty physicians and medical professionals actively engaged in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of skin cancer and precancerous conditions and to further public knowledge regarding skin cancer diagnosis, treatment and prevention.
Founded in 2003 by a team of respected experts in hyperhidrosis research and patient care, the International Hyperhidrosis Society (IHhS) is the only independent, non-profit, global organization working to improve quality of life among those affected by excessive sweating. Our mission is to reduce the impact, symptoms, anxiety and social stigma associated with excessive sweating by improving the information, awareness and treatments available. Throughout, we serve and advocate for the entire Hh community – from pediatric, adolescent, adult & senior sufferers, to clinicians and their staff, researchers, employers & educators. Learn more about Hh and our work at www.SweatHelp.org, Facebook via @SweatingStopsHere and Twitter @WeKnowSweat.
The LDN Research Trust Charity works to raise funds for research trials. We have helped over 100,000 people obtain LDN from a General Practitioner or Consultant, either through the National Health Service or by private prescription. We are proud to have helped people not just in the UK, but in countries throughout Europe; as well as the USA, Canada, West Indies, Australia, New Zealand, and beyond.
Medical Marketing Whiz is a full-service marketing agency that serves private practice physicians and medicalOur time-tested process combines industry knowledge, real-time market expertise and innovative digital campaigns into a seamless, omnichannel experience for you and your clients. Our all in one marketing solutions are designed to take the heavy lifting away from you as a business owner, allowing you to focus on what matters most: helping your patients.
The Skin of Color Society was established in 2004 by Susan C. Taylor, M.D. Its purpose is to promote awareness of, and excellence within, skin of color dermatology. The Society is committed to the education of health care providers and the general public on dermatologic health issues related to skin of color. The Society supports research and other activities that impact individuals with skin of color. Partnerships with dermatologists from the national and international communities, professional medical organizations, and community, corporate and industry groups will ensure our success in serving all individuals with skin of color. We invite you to join us in this important endeavor.
PeDRA is a collaborative research network, providing a platform from which pediatric dermatologists organize studies and collaborate, while also supporting individuals embarking on early stage research that may or may not benefit from collaboration in future. Pooling resources and linking investigators together multiplies the power of each individual clinician scientist many-fold. With more than 300 clinician researchers representing more than 145 institutions, PeDRA is accelerating research and bringing us closer to new treatment opportunities for children and families living with dermatologic conditions and diseases. PeDRA is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works in close collaboration with, and serves as the research arm of, the Society for Pediatric Dermatology (SPD).
Camp Wonder (www.csdf.org) is a FREE summer camp for children with any skin disease, ages 6 - 16. Each year, children from around the country with chronic skin disease take a break from being a patient for a week and focus on just being a kid. Camp Wonder is a special place free of judgment and stares! We create an environment of acceptance and support to empower the children to be themselves. Camp Wonder is held at Camp Arroyo, in Livermore, CA. We cover all costs associated with camp, even travel if the child lives outside the San Francisco Bay Area. We partner with UCLA, UCI, USC, Navy Medical, UCSF and Stanford to provide medical care while at camp. If you are interested in referring a patient or having your child attend (ages 6-16), please fill out a form at https://www.csdf.org/refer-a-camper-staff or email email@example.com with any questions.
The mission of the National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) is to drive efforts to cure psoriatic disease and improve the lives of those affected. The history of NPF began with Beverly Foster of Portland, Oregon, the year she turned 30. Because her psoriasis was severe, Beverly told her husband, Larry, that the one thing she wanted for her 30th was to talk to other people with psoriasis. Larry placed an ad in the local paper on Aug. 29, 1966 (Beverly’s birthday), looking for just those people. Today, more than 50 years later, NPF is the leading national nonprofit organization supporting research on psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis and advocating for the needs of the psoriatic disease community. NPF is headquartered in Portland, Oregon, with community divisions and volunteers across the U.S. We invite you to get involved, support research and make your own place in our history.
CSDF was the 16th birthday wish of Francesca Tenconi. At eleven, Francesca was diagnosed with pemphigus foliaceous, a rare skin disease. Having been an active, outgoing child who was on a competitive swimming team, one of the most frustrating and emotionally difficult parts about her diagnosis was looking different and feeling isolated. She yearned to meet other children with skin disease who could understand the burdens of such a visual illness. For her 16th birthday, she asked family and friends to donate money to start a non-profit that would address the unique challenges of children's skin disease. CSDF was founded a week after her birthday on June 3, 2000. Our two main programs are Camp Wonder and Wonder Wish to help children in North America.
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