26th Annual Meeting of the Photomedicine Society (JS1703K)
The Photomedicine Society was established to promote a greater understanding of the scientific and medical aspects of light in health and disease. The Society is composed of physicians, photobiologists, physicists, and students involved in photomedicine from medical practice, scientific research, government agencies, and industry.
This meeting is designed to provide expert and up-to-date information on photoprotection and the pathologic and therapeutic potential of ultraviolet and visible radiation.
This course is designed for Physicians and Scientists/Researchers.
At the end of the activity, participants should be able to:
- To interpret the photochemistry underlying voriconazole’s photobiology
- To explain the actual sun protection provided to patients and consumers in natural sunlight by products which meet the AAD’s guidelines
- List new strategies to identify pathways controlling melanocyte regeneration in vitiligo
- To construct the practical steps required to establish, maintain, and grow a safe and effective phototherapy practice in a dermatology setting
- Describe the role of skin pigment in regulating matrix metalloproteinase induction by ultraviolet and infrared radiation
- Review various treatment protocols for starting and maintaining NBUVB, and understand expectations and risks of treatment
- 5.75 AMA
- 5.75 Attendance