Looking to start a patch test clinic? Interested in new trends in patch testing?


The two-day training is the premier event for those looking to learn about eczema, allergic contact dermatitis, and patch testing. World-renowned opinion leaders will teach interactive, hands-on sessions that include panel loading, patch test application, and reaction reading with in person patients.

The Contact Dermatitis Institute has been a leader in comprehensive patch testing for more than 10 years. This organization is committed to providing ongoing research and education for the patch testing community.

When: January 17 - 18, 2020
Where:
The Camby Hotel: 2401 E Camelback Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85016
Investment: Physicians, PAs, and NPs - $900 • RNs, MAs, LPNs, and Clinic Managers - $800

  • Patch Testing with Patient Products, Photopatch Testing, and Other Methods
  • Patient Counseling after Patch Testing
  • Contact Allergy in Children
  • Differential Diagnosis for Dermatitis
  • Gloves and Rubber Allergy
  • Atopic Dermatitis and Contact Allergy
  • Hand Dermatitis/Hand Eczema
  • Contact Urticaria, Protein Contact Dermatitis, and Intradermal Testing
  • Intro to Psoriasis and Contact Allergy
  • Allergy to Plants
  • Metal Allergy and Implants
  • Biologics for Skin Disease
  • Cross-Reactors/Co-Reactors
  • Allergy to Adhesives, Plastics and Coatings
  • Patch Testing Myths and Misconceptions
  • Formaldehyde and Formaldehyde Releasers
  • Cosmetics and Fragrance Allergy
  • Cases and Pearls
  • False Positive/False Negative and Reading and Scoring Visual Interpretation
  • Hands-on Patch Test Application
  • Hands-on Reaction Reading with Real Patients

“Excellent conference; I came away with practical knowledge I can use in my everyday practice.”

“Very well-prepared and expertly delivered. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Overall a very well-run, extremely informative conference. The amount of information in the short amount of time was remarkable!! Well done!”

“I would absolutely recommend the training to anyone doing patch testing. I think it was a very good and well-arranged training. The workbook was excellent. Other courses I have attended have had their focus on the allergens, and not so much on the practical issues.”

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