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    The 12th World Congress for Hair Research will be held at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Australia, from 18 – 21 November 2022 and will focus on new knowledge and emerging treatments of hair disease. Don’t miss your opportunity to connect with industry colleagues and friends at this world class event. Melbourne is regularly given the title as the world’s most livable city and will soon be Australia’s largest city. It is vibrant, cosmopolitan and safe. April, in autumn, is the best time to see Melbourne, with average temperatures of 21 degrees Celsius (63°F), low humidity and an overnight minimum of 12 degrees (54°F). Key Dates Abstract Submission Open – 9 April 2021 Early Bird Registration Open – 9 April 2021 Abstract Submission Deadline – 14 June 2022 Author Notification – 12 July 2022 Early bird deadline – 5 October 2022 Standard rate deadline – 15 November 2022 For more information and to register: https://hair2022.org/
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    WELCOME Dear Friends and Colleagues, After the tremendous success of the past meeting we hold in Sitges in 2019 and the excellent feed back we received from the attendees, the scientific societies, the speakers, chairmen and the industry, we have decided to give some continuity to the 11th World Congress for Hair Research that took place in Sitges (Barcelona) and we are happy to announce the next First Barcelona Hair Meeting: A practical approach to hair problems with international speakers. Continuing the tradition set by the Hair Research Societies, the Congress will be a comprehensive and international hair research meeting for the advancement of knowledge in hair growth, trichoscopy, hair and scalp diseases and we will specifically focus on new aspects and the recent advances in the research of the therapeutical tools on clinical care. We look forward to welcoming you in Barcelona! For more information: https://barcelonahair.org/
  3. The British Hair and Nail Society has aimed to deliver a Nail Disease Update Day Course/ Conference on an alternate basis over the last 6 years. To register go to: Nail Disease Update Day- British Hair and Nail Society (BHNS) (eventsforce.net) We aim to capture national and international experts in the field of nail disease and surgery to update our attendees on the most up to date knowledge in the field. Traditionally, the talks have been pitched at practicing Consultants who already see nail disease intermittently in their practice and are looking to expand their level of knowledge and confidence in detail. Important Information The day will be recorded and available to all registered delegates 4 weeks after the live date. Before registering for this meeting please ensure that you are able to attend as cancellations will be subject to a cancellation fee. Your registration at this event will only be guaranteed once we have received full payment and we strongly advise that you wait until you have received your full booking confirmation prior to booking study leave. Thank you Finally we would like to thank you for your interest in this event and would encourage you to complete the evaluation form that you will be sent after the event. Your feedback is vital to the organisers in amending future programme to meet your needs and important to use to ensure we can deliver events that meet your expectations. If you have any general questions or comments, please contact the Conference Department using the details below: Email: conference@bad.org.uk Tel: 0207 391 6357 British Association of Dermatologists, Willan House, 4 Fitzroy Square, London W1T 5HQ
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    To register please go to: https://www.eadvcongress2021.org/
  5. To register please go to: https://hair2022.org/ Key Dates Abstract Submission Open – 9 April 2021 Early Bird Registration Open – 9 April 2021 Abstract Submission Deadline – 15 November 2021 Author Notification – 13 December 2021 Early bird deadline – 11 March 2022 Standard rate deadline – 15 April 2022
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    Postponed from 2020 due the coronavirus pandemic, the 19th EHRS meeting will take place in Sheffield in 2023. To register for the event please go to: https://www.ehrs2020.org/ COVID-19 Update We are sorry to have to announce the cancellation of our 3 day meeting, which was due to take place 18th – 20th June 2020 in Sheffield, South Yorkshire. We have been following the global developments surrounding COVID-19 very closely and the safety of our delegates, faculty, and the community as a whole is our priority. We were due to have a large attendance with faculty and delegates from all over the world, and given the current situation, this would now not be possible. We are pleased to announce however that you will be able to attend EHRS in Sheffield in 2023 instead! Please put Thursday 15th – Saturday 17th June 2023 in the diary for EHRS 2023. Stay safe, and we look forward to seeing you in 2023 if not before. Claire Higgins
  7. Hair and Nail Registrar Training Day Dates: 10th September 2021 Venue: Virtual Organiser: British Hair and Nail Society (BHNS) Contact: Rose Wilmot, BHNS Secretary Email: conference@bad.org.uk Programme: 09:00 - Introduction (BHNS President) (10 mins) - Anita Takwale 09:10 - Anatomy of the nail unit (20 mins) - Athina Fonia 09:30 - Nail dermoscopy - tips (20 mins) - Dhruv Laheru Break (10 mins) 10:00 - Common Nail disorders part 1 - infections (30 mins) - Anita Takwale 10:30 - Common Nail disorders part 2 - inflammatory / systemic (30 mins) - Megan Mowbray Break (10 mins) 11:10 - Biology of hair (30 mins) - Prof Andrew Messenger 11:40 - Genetic hair and nail talk (40 mins) - David De Berker Lunch (50 mins) 13:10 - Dermatopathology for hair and nails (50 mins) - Iskander Chaudhry Break (10 mins) 14:10 - Scarring alopecia (40 mins) - Yusur Al-Nuami 14:50 - Non scarring alopecia (40 mins) - Neki Meah 15:30 - Alopecia UK (10 mins) - Amy Johnson 15:40 - Close of meeting - Anita Takwale Register here: https://www.eventsforce.net/bad/frontend/reg/thome.csp?pageID=109973&eventID=353&CSPCHD=000001000000hru0YSS1ZqUWVS_nbYyK21v8vTpcIi_TIMnKtb
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    Title: South of England Roadshow Event Organiser: Alopecia UK Where: Mercure Exeter Southgate Hotel , Southernhay East , Exeter , EX1 1QF When: 14 March, 1-4pm This is the perfect opportunity to meet people in your local area (Devon, Cornwall, Dorset or Somerset) with alopecia and chat with local and national organisations that can support you in your journey. For more information please click here
  9. Photographs from the BHNS' Update on Nail Disorders meeting on 21 September 2019
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    The 19th Annual Meeting of the European Hair Research Society will be in Sheffield from 18-20th June. Abstract submissions for this event must be made by 20 March 2020. Successful applicants will be notified by 20 April 2020. For more information about the event please visit their website: https://www.ehrs2020.org/information
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    Come along to Alopecia UK's six 'Big Weekend' where we will have a series of events for those affected by alopecia. This year's host city is BRistol. We have four individual events that make up the weekend and you can choose to attend either one, two, three or all four. Below you can find a brief overview of the weekend... Weekend overview: Friday 27th September Reception: 19.00 – 21:30 Our Exhibition Hall will be open with a reception drink each as well as canapes. A great opportunity to chat to exhibitors ahead of the Saturday crowds and also meet others with alopecia in a relaxed setting. Saturday 28th September Adult Conference: 9.00 – 17.30 We have a timetable of talks, workshops and focus groups running from 9.00 through to 17:30. The Introductory Session starts at 10:15 in Bristol Suite 1 & 2. The Exhibition Hall will also be open from 9.00 to 16.00. Children, Teens & Parent Event: 10.00 – 16:30 We have a variety of event spaces especially for Children, Teens and Parents all of which are on the Lower Ground Floor. Please collect your event packs at the main Alopecia UK Sign In Desk before making your way down. Buffet Dinner & Disco: 19:30 – Midnight A great opportunity to digest the day and chat with others over a buffet dinner followed by some fun and dancing! Dress Code: Blue! Anything goes but we will have a blue theme in honour of it being Alopecia Awareness Month so, if you can, dig out something blue to either be your outfit or to add to your outfit! Download the full brochure here: https://www.alopecia.org.uk/Handlers/Download.ashx?IDMF=a0dcc1da-4bb6-420e-83b7-4357314a5ccd
  12. Get Ahead of Hair Loss (GAoHL) is an initiative created to address the need for an annual, public educational event on the common causes of hair loss and raise awareness of the impact it can have on people and their quality of life. It's founder, Dr Sharon Wong, is a member of the British Hair and Nail Society. Please encourage your patients to attend if you think it would be of benefit to them. There is currently a promotional £10 off entry with promo code: HA1R2019 Where: 1 Wimpole Street, London W1G 0AE When: 22 September 2019, 9.30am-6.30pm Programme: https://www.getaheadofhairloss.com/copy-of-programme Website: https://www.getaheadofhairloss.com/ GAoHL_emailer (2).pdf
  13. BHNS Members at the World Congress on Hair Research 2019
  14. British Hair & Nail Society - Nail Educational SessionDate: 19th September 2019 Venue: The Queens Hotel, Cheltenham (19th September 2019) Organiser: Conference & Event Services from the BAD Email: conference@bad.org.uk To be added to the interested list please email conference@bad.org.uk The program can be downloaded here: BHNS 2019 (3).pdf
  15. Many of you will have been to an evidence-based update meeting organised by the Centre of Evidence-Based Dermatology at Nottingham where new evidence from systematic reviews and clinical trials are presented along with an expert panel involving clinicians, patients and methodologists. One unique feature of the meeting is that the topic for the next meeting is chosen by the delegates. The chosen topic for 2019 is hair disorders and topics will include an update on treatments for alopecia areata including JAK inhibitors. The meeting is being organised by the CEBD team led by Professor Hywel Williams in collaboration with the British Hair and Nail Society. So please save the date and do check the CEBD website as registration will open in November 2019. The meeting is usually fully booked, so please do not leave it until the last minute. For further information, please contact Maggie McPhee margaret.mcphee@nottingham.ac.uk and check the CEBD website https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/conference/fac-mhs/medicine/evidence-based-update-meeting/ "
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