European Academy of Dermatology & Venereology
EADV is committed to building the international community that develops, shares, and adopts best practices within dermatology and venereology.
Skin and venereal diseases are continuously evolving, as are the science and practices for preventing, diagnosing and treating them. Advancements are being made every day that have the potential to have a significant impact on the ongoing battle to improve skin and sexual health around the world.
Enabling these advancements to be validated, and ensuring the best practices are adopted by all professionals, is what ultimately moves dermatology and venereology forward.
EADV and its international community of passionate professionals define and spread best practices for the benefit of all. We are a true platform for collaboration and progress across borders and sub-specialities. Expert task forces shape standards and develop best practice guidelines, while our events, publications and educational courses share them with our members and the broader community so they can adopt them for maximum impact.
With over 9’500 members and an active community of more than 14’000 professionals around the world, our goal is to be the trusted source for proven scientific advancements and practices in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of skin and venereal diseases.
Together for better
Applications are open for the EADV Scholarship, offering free registration for the EADV Symposium 2024, a travel stipend of €1000, and a one-year EADV membership for 2025. Scholarships are available to residents, trainees, specialists and scientists in dermatology-venereology under 40 who plan to attend in person. Apply by 6th December
On October 24th, EADV members met with members of the European Parliament and other EU policymakers to raise awareness of the burden of skin disease and to call for concerted efforts to reduce their impact on individuals, the economy and society.
The European Academy of Dermatology and Venerology is deeply moved by the devastating tragedy causing widespread suffering and loss of lives. We send our condolences to all those affected.
We strongly believe in the importance of dialogue and empathy in finding a peaceful conflict resolution, also in times when this seems impossible.
EADV are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of our esteemed colleague and friend Jørgen Rønnevig
Jørgen’s strong involvement within the Academy coupled with the various leadership positions to which he was entrusted, helped shape the EADV for a long period of time.
Besides the many different EADV roles which he served within the Academy, including Board Representative of Norway for two terms, Treasurer, and working on the Membership and Finance Committee, Jørgen was always very supportive
Several dermatological conditions have been identified as high-burden and under-researched medical conditions in a discussion paper released by the European Commission. Have your say and provide your feedback on the report to EADV’s Advocacy Working Group.
Committed to supporting the lifelong learning of dermatologists and Venereologists and helping foster scientific advancements and practices in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of skin and venereal diseases, EADV offers several means of funding research.
Discover the newly available opportunities and apply now!
Policy Roundtable: Addressing the Burden of Skin Disease in Europe through Policies and Partnerships
EADV’s Policy Roundtable brought together dermatologists, patients organisations, industry, the WHO, European Commission and European Parliament for a solution-oriented discussion on the actions needed to tackle skin diseases in the EU.
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