Programme du congrès

Programme du congrès

Jeudi 14 février 2019

13h30-14h30 Accueil
1ère partie :
Modérateurs : Dr Johan Snauwaert et Dr Hugo Boonen
14h30-15h15 Comment sécuriser les données de mon cabinet et de mes patients
dans le cadre du Règlement général sur la protection des données (RGPD) ?
David Vermonden en Geoffrey Hermes
15h15-16h00 ehealth et ses aléas
Frank Robben, administrateur général de la plate-forme e-health
16h00-16h20 Pause
2ème partie
Modérateurs: Dr Carine Nootens et Dr Alain Van Staey
16h20-17h05 La photographie en Dermatologie. Questions éthiques
Dr Dominique Penso-Assathiany et Dr Micheline Moyal-Barraco
Groupe de réflexion éthique en Dermatologie (GED) de la Société Française de Dermatologie
17h05-17h25 La télédermatologie : le point sur la situation
Dr Koen Roegies
17h25-17h50 L’urgence au cabinet : quelles sont nos obligations en matière de responsabilité ?
Dr Maurice Anckaert , Médecin Urgences Croix-Rouge
17h50-18h00 Conclusion
Dr Béatrice De Donder, Présidente UPBDV/BBVDV

Vendredi 15 février 2019

8h00-9h00 Accueil
Modérateur: Jo Lambert
9h00-9h10 Welcome and introduction to the meeting
Jo Lambert, President of the KBVDV/SRBDV
9h10-9h40 Monitoring systemic Therapy. State of the Art (Mtx, Cyclosporin, Corticosteroids, Retinoids, Hydroxychloroquine)
Alexander Zink, Technische Universität München, Germany
9h40-9h45 Questions and answers
Major therapeutic Advances
Modérateurs: Lieve Brochez et Véronique del Marmol
9h45-10h05 Major therapeutic advances in melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer. New insight in immunotherapy
Sandrine Aspeslagh (Institut Bordet, ULB, Brussels)
10h05-10h35 Major therapeutic advances in auto-immune bullous skin diseases.
Pascal Joly (CHU de Rouen) – Président de
la Société Française de Dermatologie
10h35-10h40 Questions and Answers
10h40-11h00 KBVDV/SRBDV: Past, Present and Future
Jo Lambert
11h00-11h30 Pause
11h30-12h30 4 workshops in parallel (Registration is free but mandatory):

1. Psoriasis: management and how to follow up on the patient, in 2019?
Modérateur: Jo Lambert, UZ Gent

  • Background: The field of psoriasis and its management has been rapidly evolving in the last decades up to the point where dermatologists have a challenge choosing treatments due to abundancy of options. Target audience of this session are dermatologists who are making treatment decisions and managing patients with moderate to severe plaques psoriasis.
  • Objective: The workshop will be led by, Prof. Jo Lambert (UZ Gent) and dr Pierre-Dominique Ghislain (UCL St-Luc), two experts with extensive clinical experience  who are faced with challenging questions on a daily basis. The workshop is designed to maximize faculty/participant interactions since attendees will obtain practical and important information for their dermatology practice through case-based discussions and question-answer sessions.
  • What’s in it for you?: After this 60 min session participants will have learned what to look for in particular patients and which options are best suited for a variety of individuals including those failing on conventional systemic treatment or those with comorbidities like joint involvement, cardiovascular conditions or depression, metabolic syndrome, IBD, history of malignancies, ….
2. Acne and adolescence: new perspectives
Modérateur: Julien Lambert, UZ Antwerpen
The objective of this workshop is to support dermatologists in the management and understanding of adolescent patients suffering from severe acne.
Dermatologists will receive practical expert information from an accredited expert who will go through specific studies in the areas of psychology, adolescence and contraception.There will be a multidisciplinary panel to discuss the following topics:

  • Dermatologist : What is the best treatment for adolescents who are suffering from severe acne in 2019? – Prof. Julien Lambert
  • Gynecologist: Contraception, a hard pill to swallow? – Prof. Serge Rozenberg (Gynecologist CHU Saint-Pierre) 
  • Child Psychiatrist : Understanding today’s teenager? – Prof. Philippe Van Meerbeeck
3. Atopic Dermatitis: its assessment, comorbidities and management
Modérateur: Jan Gutermuth, UZ Brussel, VUB

  • Background: Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a common chronic and systemic immune-mediated disease of the skin, which is marked by persistent underlying pruritic inflammation. AD patients have a 33% greater risk of developing other atopic diseases, including asthma, allergic rhinitis, allergic conjunctivitis, and food allergies compared to patients without AD. The current treatment of AD is mostly based on the EDF guidelines, updated in 2018, as there are no official Belgian guidelines.
  • Objective:  This workshop gives you the opportunity to discuss the assessment, comorbidities and management of AD based on clinical cases. The participants have the occasion to exchange insights with Belgian experts on AD.

Orateurs : Hilde Lapeere et Bita Dezfoulian

4. Clinical cases in infectious dermatology
Modérateur: Stephanie Ryckaert

  • Background: In tropical and third world countries, clinical cases are quite different from the Belgium one, and the treatments too. Since few years, we observe in Belgium a resurgence of some dermatological diseases that were becoming rare but that are still common in third world countries.
  • Objective: Give you the opportunity to discuss on clinical cases, to propose a diagnosis and a treatment. It will be the occasion, to exchange with experts in tropical dermatology and participants to humanitarian missions.

Orateurs : Niels Horst, Koos Sanders et Dr Creusot

12h30-14h00 Pause de midi et lunch
Modérateurs: Josette André et Martine Grosber
14h00-14h40 Workshop Highlights (6 minutes/workshop, 10 minutes for Q&A)
Sister Society Sessions (BSPD, BCEDG, BADO, Belgian Club of Dermatopathology)
14h40-15h00 When to think about a drug eruption at microscopic examination?
Bernard Cribier, CHU de Strasbourg. Invited by the Belgian Club of Dermatopathology
15h00-15h20 BSPD. « Cutaneous drug reactions in children »
Gwendy Dupire, CHU Brugmann, in collaboration with Benoit Ben Said, CHU de Lyon Edouard Herriot
 15h20-15h40 BADO. How to manage skin toxicity in oncology?
Marjan Garmyn, UZ Leuven
 15h40-16h00 BCEDG: Allergic Reactions from topical drugs
Liesbeth Gilissen, UZ Leuven
16h00-16h10 Questions and Answers
16h10-16h40 Pause
Modérateurs: Hilde Lapeere et Bita Dezfoulian
16h40-17h10 Clinically relevant drug interactions in dermatology: how to avoid disasters and improve efficacy?
Jan de Hoon, UZ Leuven
17h10-17h30 New Indications for currently available biologics: the promise of a targeted approach
Reinhart Speeckaert, UZ Gent
 17h30-17h40 Questions and Answers
19h30 Dîner de congrès
The Hotel, Boulevard de Waterloo 38, 1000 Brussel

Samedi 16 février 2019

8h30-9h00 Accueil
  « Session de la Fondation»
“Short but strong I: clinical cases and Belgian research”
(Training in presentation skills by Expert Academy)
Modérateurs : Bernard Bouffioux et Mark Vandaele
09h00 – 10h10 Clinical Cases related to Drugs

Interaction médicamenteuse et assuétude chez un malade présentant un mélanome métastatique (09h00)
Marie-Sophie André (CHU)
Toxicodendron dermatitis, also in Belgium! (09h10)
 Jeroen Darcis (UZL)
Was that really spinach in Popeye’s pipe? (09h20)
Cheyenne Delvaux (ULB)
A creeping holiday souvenir: about a case (09h30)
Marine Matthews (UCL)
Defining a minimal effective serum trough concentration of secukinumab in psoriasis: a step towards personalized therapy (09h40)
Evelyn Meulewaeter (UZG)
Localized epidermal necrolysis following Cervarix® vaccination (09h50)
Jeroen Pyl (UZA)
PD(L)-1 inhibitors do not only exacerbate, but also cause de novo psoriasis (10h00)
Valerie Reynaert (UZB)
Mise au point des réactions d’hypersensibilité aux produits de contraste iodés : Etude rétrospective mono-centrique (10h10)
Louise Vanhakendover (Ulg)

10h10-10h25 Prizes (Best Communications BDD 2018 – Skin “Best Picture”)
10h25-10h40 Euromelanoma 2019
Thomas Maselis, Véronique del Marmol
10h40-11h10 Pause
11h10-11h30 Séance administrative
Marc Vandaele, Stéphanie Ryckaert
«Short but strong II: clinical cases and Belgian research»
(Training in presentation skills by Expert Academy)
Modérateurs : Julien Lambert
11u30-12u00 Belgian PhD thesis, academic year 2018-2019

– Managing psoriasis anno 2018: a route towards personalizing
  Ana Karina Alves de Medeiros (Promoteur Jo Lambert)
– Epidermal autonomous VEGF/Flt1/Nrp1 signaling mediates psoriasis-like disease
 Benhadou Farida (Promoteurs Véronique del Marmol et Cédric  Blanpain )
– Prevalence, determinants and risks associated with sunbed use in Europe:
results from the Euromelanoma skin cancer prevention campaign and beyond
  Mariano Suppa (Promoteur Véronique del Marmol)

 Skin Diseases with a therapeutic Challenge: Identification of Needs
  • Darier’s disease and Hailey-Hailey disease. Jonathan White, Hôpital Erasme, ULB
  • Primary focal hyperhidrosis. Javid Vadoud, Brussels
  • Melasma, Bieke Heykants, Beerse
  • Pityriasis rubra pilaris. Sofie De Schepper, UZ Gent
12h50-13h00 Closing remarks
Jo Lambert, President of the KBVDV/SRBDV
13h00 Walking Lunch
Programme des infirmières

Programme des infirmières

Vendredi 15 Février 2019

THEME : Rôle de l’infirmière en Allergologie
09h00-09h30 Accueil
09h30-09h35 Introduction
Prof Dr AF. Nikkels
09h35-09h55 Le rôle de l’infirmière dans le team d’allergologie multidisciplinaire
De Groote Liesbeth, UZGent
09h55-10h10 Méthodologie des prick, patch et IDR tests
Christiane Linda, Uliège
10h10-10h30 Rôle de l’infirmière dans les tests médicamenteux
Prof Dr B. Dezfoulian (Uliege)
10h30-11h00 Pause
11h00-11h20 Fils et aiguilles en chirurgie
Chapelier Corinne (Uliege)
11h20-11h40 Greffes cutanés et hospitalisation
Gazvani Mehri (Uliege)
11h40-12h10 Rôle de l’infirmière dans les traitements biologiques
Elfie Deprez (Ugent)
12h10-12h30 Discussion et questions
Prof Dr AF. Nikkels (Uliege)
12h30-14h00 Lunch
14h00-16h45 Alternance des workshops en NL et FR
Workshop –  Infirmière et Allergologie : pricktest, patchtest, IDR: all the practical tricks
Workshop –  Infirmière et Dermatochirurgie :  Matériel de suture, Matériel de chirurgie, biopsies, sutures, etc.
16h45 Clôture
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