Maui Derm NP+PA Summer 2024 Program

June 19, 2024 • Broadmoor Hotel  •  Colorado Springs, CO

TimeWednesday, June 19, 2024Faculty
7:00 am – 7:50 amBreakfast + Exhibits
7:50 am – 8:00 amWelcome and Program Review
8:00 am – 9:30 am Literature Review from 2023
Drs. Ted Rosen, Sheila Friedlander Fallon and Matt Zirwas will discuss the most noteworthy articles from a wide array of journals published in the last year.
T. Rosen, MD
S. Fallon-Friedlander, MD
M. Zirwas, MD
9:30 am – 10:30 amNew Products and New Therapies
Drs. Ted Rosen and George Martin will discuss the newest drugs and therapies and how you will be using them in 2024 and beyond.
T. Rosen, MD
G. Martin, MD
10:30 am – 11:15 amBreak + Exhibits
11:15 am – 12:45 pmCutaneous Oncology Update 2024 – New Interactive Format
Drs. Rosen and Martin will cover their approach from AKs to advanced BCC and SCC. In the second part of the session, a series of challenging case scenarios will be presented. Attendees will then be asked during case studies to weigh in on their selection of therapies on a survey app. Drs. Rosen and Martin will then discuss the rationale for their therapeutic selection.
T. Rosen, MD
G. Martin, MD
12:45 pm – 1:15 pmTalk Story
During this 30-minute NON-CME session our faculty will do “Q&A” from their session during the first 15 minutes. The final 15 minutes of the Talk Story will allow attendees to get lunch and prepare for the Product Theater.
G. Martin, MD
and Morning Faculty
1:15 pm – 1:45 pmProduct Theater Luncheon (Non-CME)
Optional NON-CME lunches designed to cover therapeutic approaches to a particular disease state. Industry sponsored.
1:45 pm – 2:15 pmDessert Product Theater (Non-CME)
Optional NON-CME product theater designed to cover therapeutic approaches to a particular disease state. Industry sponsored.
2:15 pm – 4:00 pmPsoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis Update 2024 – New Interactive Format
Our expert faculty will discuss what is new in PsO and PsA in the last year, including new drugs and therapies. In the second part of the session, a series of challenging case scenarios in PsO and PsA will be presented. Attendees will then be asked during case studies to weigh in on their selection of therapies on a survey app. Our faculty will then discuss the rationale for their therapeutic selection.
B. Strober, MD, PhD
A. Kavanaugh, MD
M. Young, MSN, ANP-c
6:00 pm – 9:00 pmWelcome Reception & Dinner
(All Maui Derm registrants are welcome to attend)
TimeThursday, June 20, 2024Faculty
7:00 am – 7:50 am Breakfast + Exhibits
7:50 am – 8:00 am Daily Announcements
8:00 am – 9:00 am Infectious Disease Update
Drs. Rosen and Friedlander-Fallon will discuss diagnostic and therapeutic challenges in children and adults covering a range of viral, bacterial, fungal, parasitic and arthropod diseases.
T. Rosen, MD
S. Fallon-Friedlander, MD
9:00 am – 9:45 amConnective Tissue Disorders Update 2024
Lupus, Sleroderma, Dermatomysoitis and more… What are the latest in diagnostic and therapeutic developments in connective tissue disorders? Learn from one of the world experts in connective tissue disorders.
R. A. Vleugels, MD
9:45 am – 10:30 amDisorders of Pigmentation
Dr. Amit Pandya, one of the leading experts in skin of color and disorders of pigmentation will discuss his approach to disease states such as melasma, vitiligo and more. During his case based discussion, he will share his diagnostic approach, including differential diagnoses to consider, and the latest strategies used to manage a wide range of pigmentation disorders.
A, Pandya, MD
10:30am -11:15amBreak + Exhibits
11:15 am – 12:45 pmGrand Rounds in Dermatology – New Interactive Format
Our expert faculty will present cases that challenged their clinical skills in making the diagnosis and deciding on a therapeutic regimen. Attendees, after being presented with the clinical scenario, will then be asked to weigh in on their selection of therapies on the meeting app. Our faculty will then discuss the rationale for their therapeutic selection. Pay attention as each case that will be presented required an extensive differential diagnosis and in some cases a diagnostic workup and full armentarium of therapeutic agents.
D. Eichenfield, MD, PhD
M. Zirwas, MD
J. Hawkes, MD
C. Cotton, MD
12:45 pm – 1:15 pmTalk Story
During this 30-minute NON-CME session our faculty will do “Q&A” from their session during the first 15 minutes. The final 15 minutes of the Talk Story will allow attendees to get lunch and prepare for the Product Theater.
G. Martin, MD
and Morning Faculty
1:15 pm – 1:45 pmProduct Theater Luncheon (Non-CME)
Optional NON-CME lunches designed to cover therapeutic approaches to a particular disease state. Industry sponsored.
1:45 pm – 2:15 pmDessert Product Theater (Non-CME)
Optional NON-CME product theater designed to cover therapeutic approaches to a particular disease state. Industry sponsored.
2:15 pm – 3:00 pmHidradenitis Suppuritiva Update 2024
HS is one of the most challenging clinical situations managed by the dermatologist. A combination of medical and surgical management strategies are needed to optimize therapies. The introduction of new therapies and how they will be used will be discussed.
R. Chovatiya, MD, PhD
3:00 pm – 4:00 pmAcute & Chronic Spontaneous Uriticaria: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Strategies
Description: Dr. Hawkes will present a series of challenging cases in urticaria that will test your knowledge in making the correct diagnosis and appropriate therapy. After being presented with a wide range of clinical scenarios, attendees will be asked to weigh in on their selection of therapies on a survey app. Dr. Hawkes will then discuss the rationale for his therapeutic selection.
J. Hawkes, MD
4:00 pm – 4:45 pm“Nailing The Diagnosis”
Dr. Phoebe Rich will moderate an in-depth session on approaches to diagnosing nail diseases ranging from tumors of the nail to metabolic disorders affecting the nail.
P. Rich, MD
TimeFriday, June 21, 2024Faculty
7:00 am – 7:50 am Breakfast + Exhibits
7:50 am – 8:00 am Daily Announcements
8:00 am – 9:00 am Pediatric Dermatology Update 2024
Two of the foremost pediatric dermatologists will bring the latest in diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic scenarios involving neonates and children.
J. Treat, MD
A. Yan, MD
9:00 am – 10:30 amAtopic Dermatitis and Itch Update 2024 – New Interactive Format
New drugs, new data, new approaches to treating atopic dermatitis and itch will be discussed in the first part of the session. In the last part of the session, a series of challenging case scenarios will be presented. Attendees will then be asked, after being presented with the clinical scenario, to weigh in on their selection of therapies on a survey app. Our faculty will then discuss the rationale for their therapeutic selection.
L. Eichenfield, MD
E. Simpson, MD
G. Yosipovitch, MD
10:30 am -11:15 amBreak + Exhibits
11:15 am – 12:45 amAcne and Rosacea Update 2024
Drs. Hilary Baldwin, Julie Harper and Dawn Eichenfield will discuss the latest in their approach to treating acne and rosacea. In the second part of the session, a series of challenging case scenarios will be presented. Attendees, after being presented with case scenarios, will then be asked to weigh in on their selection of therapies on a survey app. Our faculty will then discuss the rationale for their therapeutic selection.
H. Baldwin, MD
J. Harper, MD
D. Eichenfield, MD, PhD
12:45 pm – 1:15 pmTalk Story
During this 30-minute NON-CME session our faculty will do “Q&A” from their session during the first 15 minutes. The final 15 minutes of the Talk Story will allow attendees to get lunch and prepare for the Product Theater.
G. Martin, MD
and Morning Faculty
1:15 pm – 1:45 pmProduct Theater Luncheon (Non-CME)
Optional NON-CME lunches designed to cover therapeutic approaches to a particular disease state. Industry sponsored.
1:45 pm – 2:15 pmDessert Product Theater (Non-CME)
Optional NON-CME product theater designed to cover therapeutic approaches to a particular disease state. Industry sponsored.
2:15 pm – 3:15 pmContact Dermatitis?: “Cases that will leave you scratching your head” – New Interactive Format
Drs. Zirwas and Chovatiya will present a series of cases that will have you “scratching your head” in coming up with a diagnosis. Learn as our contact dermatitis “super sleuths” lead you on a diagnostic and therapeutic journey during a wide range of “eczematous conditions”. Attendees, after being presented with case scenarios, will then be asked to weigh in on their diagnosis and therapeutic choices on a survey. Our faculty will then discuss the rationale for their diagnostic and therapeutic selection.
M. Zirwas, MD
R. Chovatiya, MD, PhD
3:15 pm – 4:15 pmSkin Lesions Associated with Systemic Disease: Interactive Format
Our faculty will present a number of skin lesions associated with systemic disease. Attendees, after being presented with the clinical case, will then be asked to weigh in on their diagnosis and therapeutic choices on the survey app. The faculty will then discuss the diagnosis and the rationale for their therapeutic selection.
G. Martin, MD
T. Rosen, MD
C. Cotton, MD

TimeSaturday, June 22, 2024Faculty
7:00 am – 7:50 am Breakfast + Exhibits
7:50 am – 8:00 am Daily Announcements
8:00 am – 8:50 am Blistering Diseases: What’s the Diagnosis – New Interactive Format
Dr. Culton will present a series of blistering disease cases that will challenge your diagnostic and therapeutic acumen. Attendees, after being presented with case scenarios, will then be asked to weigh in on their diagnosis and therapeutic choices on the survey app. Dr. Culton will then discuss the diagnosis and the rationale for her therapeutic selection.
D. Culton, MD, PhD
8:50 am – 10:00 amHair Update 2024
As the song goes: “Nobody Does It Better”. Dr. Jerry Shapiro continues to deliver the most comprehensive and cutting edge talk on non-scarring and scarring alopecias.
J. Shapiro, MD
10:00 am -10:45 amBreak + Exhibits
10:45 am – 12:45 amPigmented Lesion Clinic – New Interactive Format
Take three world experts in the diagnosis and management of pigmented lesions: a pediatric dermatologist, a dermatologist and a dermatopathologist and have them discuss their approach to a wide array of clinical scenarios involving the spectrum of pigmented lesions from congenital nevi to metastatic melanoma. They will present a series of pigmented lesion cases that will challenge your diagnostic and therapeutic acumen. Attendees, after being presented with case scenarios, attendees will then be asked to weigh in on their diagnosis and therapeutic choices on the survey app. The faculty will then discuss the diagnosis and the rationale for her therapeutic selection.
H. Tsao, MD, PhD
E. Hawryluk, MD, PhD
W. High, MD, JD
12:45 pm – 1:15 pmTalk Story
During this 30-minute NON-CME session our faculty will do “Q&A” from their session during the first 15 minutes. The final 15 minutes of the Talk Story will allow attendees to get lunch and prepare for the Product Theater.
G. Martin, MD
and Morning Faculty
1:15 pm – 1:45 pmProduct Theater Luncheon (Non-CME)
Optional NON-CME lunches designed to cover therapeutic approaches to a particular disease state. Industry sponsored.
1:45 pm – 2:15 pmDessert Product Theater (Non-CME)
Optional NON-CME product theater designed to cover therapeutic approaches to a particular disease state. Industry sponsored.
2:15 pm – 4:45 pmWorkshop: Dermoscopy Through the Ages
In this workshop, Dr. Ilona Frieden and Dr. Elizabeth Seiverling will team up to present a practical application of dermoscopy for a variety of ages and clinical scenarios, from the very young to the very old. The workshop will focus on utilizing dermoscopy in the evaluation of melanocytic growths and other practical applications in disorders such as birthmarks, vascular growths and selected infectious and inflammatory dermatoses.
I. Frieden, MD
E. Seiverling, MD