Frequently Asked Questions

Below you will find further details regarding Dermatology Week: 

 

Q: How do I register for the virtual experience?

A: View our registration page for rates and details. 

 

Q: What is the format of the Dermatology Week conference and when will it take place?

A: Dermatology Week will be delivered as a fully virtual experience, taking place online from September 16–19, 2021. 

 

Q: What is the program for the virtual experience?

A: Our Steering Committee and Dermatology Week Faculty have developed an outstanding program for 2021. Join us for four days of practical education that will include patient management guidance, expert peer perspectives, and practice management strategies for today’s professionals. Engage with experts and colleagues across the nation to gain practice-changing applications and insight through live Q&A, a virtual exhibit hall, and more. Please see the latest agenda.

 

Q: Will I be able to watch session recordings after the meeting has concluded?

A: Yes, all sessions presented live during the virtual experience will be recorded and available for viewing for 6 months after the meeting. 

 

Q: When will I receive access to the on-demand content?

A: On-demand content will be available within 24 hours of the live presentation. You will have access to the content for 6 months from the date of the virtual experience. 

 

Q: What kind of software will be required to view the sessions and interact with the experts?

A: Dermatology Week will be web-based, so all you will need is a computer/iPad/tablet or phone and an internet connection. Review requirements for desktop browser and operating systems. Access details will be shared once available.

 

Q: Who do I contact for questions during the virtual event?

A: Our personalized help-desk concierge will be available to optimize your experience throughout the Dermatology Week Conference. If you have additional questions, please contact us directly. 

 

Q: My company would like to support Dermatology Week. Are there opportunities available?

A: Yes, a number of opportunities for support of the virtual experience are available. Please reach out to Jeremy Shapses, Senior Director, Autoimmune Group, at jshapses@hmpgobal.com or 732.580.9716 for more information. 

 

Q. I am a member of the Press and would like to participate in the virtual experience.

A: Please visit the Press Center and complete a press access form. If approved, you will be registered and receive a link to access.

 

Have additional questions? Please contact us.