DERMATOLOGY AND VENEREOLOGY FOR UKRAINE
The EADV wishes to support Ukrainian colleagues who wish to participate in the upcoming 32nd EADV Congress, hosted onsite in Berlin and online, from 11-14 October 2023.
The EADV is offering Congress Scholarships to support participants travelling to Berlin to the attend the Congress in person, as well as scholarships for free access to the virtual Congress platform during the live event (11-14 October 2023) and until 31 December 2023 for on-demand content.
Both scholarships are open to specialists or trainees in dermatology-venereology, currently or recently working in Ukraine.
As EADV, we stand in solidarity with the Ukraine population and we support our dermato-venereologists colleagues and everyone affected by this war.
The EADV has made a donation to the Red Cross and the UN Refugee Agency. Should you wish to make a contribution, you may follow these links:
Moreover, when registering for EADV events, you will be able to make a small donation that EADV will match euro for euro. Click HERE to find out more
Observership programme for dermatovenerologists in Austria
The Austrian Society for Dermatology and Venerology (ÖGDV) has initiated an observership program for dermatovenerologists from the Ukraine who are currently staying in Austria.
The aims of this observership program are, first, to offer some kind of financial support (3000 € per observership) and, second, to make Ukrainian colleagues, who may intend to stay and work in Austria, familiar with the way that dermatologic care is provided in our country and with the Austrian health care system in general.
The duration of such an observership can be 1 or 2 months.
Interested Ukrainian colleagues should preferably contact a dermatologic hospital department located in the vicinity of their current location.
Contacted departments will then forward respective requests to the Austrian Society for Dermatology and Venerology (ÖGDV).
Free access to EADV e-learning content
The EADV has taken one step further to support Ukrainian colleagues by offering free access to all EADV e-learning content, including UEMS-EACCME accredited courses.
If you are a specialist or trainee in dermatovenereology with Ukrainian citizenship, you can apply for free access to the EADV Learning platform [https://www.eadvlearning.org/].
EADV statement on the situation in Ukraine
European Cancer Organisation
Ukraine affiliated academic institutions
European Commission – practical information
European Commission – how to help
Institute of Translation and Interpreting’s website
Wiley Pledges Support to Ukraine | John Wiley & Sons, Inc.