Annual Meeting 2020-21
|Wednesday, September 16, 2020|
|Friday, October 9, 2020|
|Wednesday, November 18, 2020|
|Wednesday, January 20, 2021|
|Wednesday, February 17, 2021|
|Wednesday, March 17, 2021|
|Wednesday, April , 2021|
|Friday, May 14, 2021|
|Wednesday, June 16, 2021|
|Dr. John E. Olerud|
|Dr. John Koo and |
Dr. Nicholas Brownstone
|Dr. Kelly Griffith-Bauer|
|Dr. Jenna Thomason and |
Dr. Andrea Kalus
|Dr. Sean Strother|
|UW Dermatology Residents|
|Dr. Aimee S. Payne|
|Dr. Rob Sidbury|
|“Diagnosis and Management of Complex Cutaneous Ulcers”|
|“Practical Psychodermatology with a focus on Mogellon’s Syndrome and Body Dysmorphic Disorder,” Pommerening Lecture|
|“Mohs for Melanoma”|
|TBA, Odland Lecture|
Bringing a Patient? PLEASE DO!
SDS is virtual for the time being, and will likely continue even once in-person conferences are allowed. Due to those changes, we have had to adapt the way we organize the patient conference portion of the meeting. Please see the updated guidelines:
- Fill out the patient protocol form
- Email the protocol form and your intention to present to Liz Wright at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Presenters must fill out the online disclosure form (takes <2 min, lasts 12 months) so any commercial conflicts can be resolved ahead of time.
- Send your pathology slides in advance to the meeting pathologists address below. Include a note stating the slides are for the Seattle Derm Society meeting. If you’re not sure which place to send them, please email Liz Wright at email@example.com
- Meetings: 9/16, 11/18, 3/17, 4/21, 6/16
2330 130th Avenue NE #201
Bellevue, WA 98005 (425-455-9945)
- Meetings: 10/9, 1/20, 2/17, 5/14
University of Washington, Division of Dermatology
1959 NE Pacific St. Box #356524
Seattle, WA 98195 (206-616-5265)
- Meetings: 9/16, 11/18, 3/17, 4/21, 6/16
- Take any authorized photos of the patient’s condition
- Create a brief PowerPoint based on the protocol
- The assigned pathologist makes their own PowerPoint presentation, the two of you will present during the Zoom meeting. This portion is not recorded due to HIPAA restrictions, but the following lecture might be, depending on the physician.
- Finally, you will be asked to rehearse briefly via Zoom before the meeting to get ahead of any technical issues. You will be contacted before the lecture. Thank you for considering bringing a patient.
*Zoom until further notice* Members will get an invite via email.
Patient Presentations at 4225 Roosevelt Way NE, UW Dermatology Clinic, 4th Floor
Patient Discussion and Lecture at 4245 Roosevelt Way NE, Room 132
Take the 45th Street exit “East” and drive east for about 3 blocks. Turn right onto Roosevelt Way NE. Stay in the right lane. Drive two blocks and look for two red brick buildings on the right. The Dermatology Clinic is located in the south building. Immediately after the stop light at 42nd street you will see the entrance to the parking garage on your right at 4225 Roosevelt Way NE. (Patients: Park and take the elevator to the 4th floor and follow the signs to the Dermatology Clinic).
From Hwy 520
Drive West on Hwy 520. Take the I-5 North exit. Stay in the right lane and take the 45th Street exit “East.” Stay in the right lane and turn right as you exit onto 45th street. Drive for about 3 blocks. Turn right onto Roosevelt Way NE. Stay in the right lane. Drive two blocks and look for two red brick buildings on the right. The Dermatology Clinic is located in the south building. Immediately after the stop light at 42nd street you will see the entrance to the parking garage on your right at 4225 Roosevelt Way NE. (Patients: Park and take the elevator to the 4th floor and follow the signs to the Dermatology Clinic).
Pre Covid-19 Patient Instructions
Patients should arrive by 4:50 pm. Parking is available in the underground garage accessed from Roosevelt Way NE. Patients will be given a coupon for free parking when they check in at the reception desk in the Dermatology Clinic which is located on the 4th floor. The patient presentation session is from 5:00 – 5:30 pm where patients will be seen by Seattle Dermatologic Society member physicians.