As President of the International Society of Pediatric Dermatology, I welcome you. The mission of the ISPD is to support the international pediatric dermatology community. In particular, we hope to promote the growth of pediatric dermatology in regions without a strong organizational structure.
Our current Board of Directors represent the geographic diversity of our organization and are highly committed to Society activities (see the photos and biographies of our leaders). We want to know about pediatric dermatologists across the world and to hear your thoughts about how best our network can support you in caring for your pediatric patients with skin disorders.
The International Society of Pediatric Dermatology (ISPD) is a world wide, non-profit, scientific organization formed by professionals interested in promoting Pediatric Dermatology. It is aimed to carry out collaborative efforts to improve Pediatric Dermatology for the general health of infants and adolescents. The ISPD will promote the development of Pediatric Dermatology through clinical practice, research, teaching, conferences, courses, meetings, publications and consultation. The ISPD is also aimed to promote human and scientific relations with other scientific groups and societies having goals similar to those of the ISPD, as well as the formation of national societies of Pediatric Dermatology.
The ISPD is also aimed to promote human and scientific relations with other scientific groups and societies having goals similar to those of the ISPD, as well as the formation of national societies of Pediatric Dermatology.
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Aims and Objectives
The ISPD Board of Directors created the ISPD-Education Editorial Board to promote the education in Pediatric Dermatology globally and share experiences among ISPD members and experts in the field.
Cases for E - learning
A Pediatric Dermatology case for diagnosis will be posted every week and the answer with bulleted teaching points will appear the next week.
CASE 19 (2023):
Cases for Discussion