NACDS General Meeting Information
The course is directed toward dermatologists and dermatopathologists in private practice and/or academia.
Purpose and Course Design
The goal of the annual NACDS meeting is to support the education and collaboration of Board Certified dermatologists and dermatopathologists from the United States and specialists in dermatology from around the world. The meeting is held in different locations each year. The NACDS meeting addresses timely topics in dermatology through didactic lectures, patient presentations, visits to medical centers and departments of dermatology in the location of the meeting. There is ample opportunity provided for active discussion and answering participant questions. The topics covered in each meeting are included in the information provided on this website under the current or future meeting page.
Evaluation and Outcomes Measurement
A course evaluation form will be provided which will give attendees an opportunity to critique the sessions and speakers and to identify future educational needs.
The NACDS meeting is accredited through the MedChi.
CME Credit Designation
The yearly NACDS meeting is approved for AMA Category 1 Credits. The number of credits may vary from year to year for approximately 10 to 20 hours of credit. Please refer to the information about specific meetings for the exact number of credits offered.
According to the ACCME Essentials and Standards, anyone planning or presenting this educational activity will be required to disclose any relevant financial relationships with commercial interests in the health care industry. This information will be provided to attendees at the beginning of each presentation. Speakers who present information about off-label or investigational use of drugs or devices will be asked to disclose this information as part of their presentations.
American with Disabilities Act
It is the policy of the NACDS not to discriminate against any person on the basis of disabilities.American Disabilities Act Statement: for accommodations on the basis of disability, call: (405)751-0020.