Word of the meeting’s curator
ISAD is committed to breaking new grounds in clinical practice and the organization of care of patients with Atopic Dermatitis.
Since 2008, under the leadership of Roberto TAKAOKA, we organize pre-meetings dedicated to the Organization of Care in Atopic Dermatitis and possible collaborations among patients, physicians and other healthcare professionals worldwide. We are also using design thinking and social innovation to tackle the problem of AD in Africa and Latin America.
Organization of Care in Atopic Dermatitis Meeting’s Curator
2023: Worldwide solidarity in the Care of AD Patients
This pre-meeting of 13th Georg RAJKA Symposium, Gdańsk 2023, has been held at 08:00 am on August 31st (hybrid).
- Roberto TAKAOKA (Sao Paulo, Brazil) – ISAD
- Jean-François STALDER (Nantes, France) – ISAD Opened Taskforce
Presentations from Brazil, France, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali and USA.
2022: Bridging the gaps
After a period of keeping our distance, we will restore our physical connections and have a renewed opportunity to exchange our experiences in the care of patients with AD.
Presentations from Canada, USA, Brazil, Taiwan and Madagascar.
2021: Around the world experiences
If there’s one thing that the COVID 19 pandemic has taught us, it is how deeply connected we all are and how important it is for us to collaborate and work together to find solutions to a common problem.
Atopic Dermatitis is a worldwide problem that has been increasing over the years, and there is a strong need for us to share our experiences to improve the management of this complex and intriguing disease.
In this meeting we had the privilege of sharing experiences with colleagues from Australia, UK, Japan, Switzerland, and South Africa.
2020: The AD patient journey
The patient journey is a sequence of care events which a patient follows from the point of access into the health system, continuing towards diagnosis, care, education and prevention.
The journey is cyclical in nature with never-ending interactions between patient and the healthcare system. It can also be an internal journey of crisis, acceptance, and self-development.
We explored these concepts with colleagues and Atopic Dermatitis Organizations from all over the world.