We are thrilled to announce the second class of GLODERM Mentees, marking an exciting chapter in the journey of these aspiring global health dermatology leaders. Today, we introduce the 10 exceptional pairs of mentors and mentees who will begin a transformative mentorship experience, poised to make a significant impact in improving access to skin health worldwide.
World Skin Health Day 2022 was a global success, with activities taking place in countries around the world, including Chile, Australia, Madagascar, France, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, and Uzbekistan.
ILDS is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Henry W. Lim as the new ILDS President-Elect. Professor Lim is a distinguished dermatologist with an outstanding reputation in the field of dermatology. With his extensive experience and leadership qualities, he is set to continue the growth of the ILDS and spearhead our mission to improve skin health globally.
We are pleased to announce that the Leo Foundation will continue to be The Global Psoriasis Atlas (GPA)'s lead supporter as it enters phase 3 (2023-2026).
Applications are now open to join the Global Partnership for Education and Care (GPEC) Programme. Find out more about the programme and how to apply by 31 May 2023
On 7 April 2023, the ILDS joins the celebrations on World Health Day and highlights the importance of dermatology in global health
In 2022, the IFD awarded 10 DermLink grants totalling over $47,000 for projects in nine countries across the continents of Africa, Oceania, and Asia through the very kind support of the ILDS member organisations as they submitted the grant applications to the IFD, either as a project sponsor or to undertake the project directly themselves.
The Regional Dermatology Training Centre (RDTC) in Moshi, Tanzania, has been organising the Continuing Medical Education (CME) conference for over a decade, with the most recent conference taking place from 11-13th January 2023.
Today, on International Women’s Day, we're taking the opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the strength and success of women in dermatology, who are making a significant impact in global skin health every day. We are recognising the essential role that they play in advancing high-quality education, clinical care, research, and innovation worldwide.
Our hearts go out to those affected by the recent earthquake in Turkey and the Syrian Arab Republic
Find out more about the IFD activities and projects in the last year. In 2022, the IFD distributed US$500,000 in funding and worked with a global network of partners to support the delivery of skin health initiatives in low-resource areas worldwide.
Every year the ILDS awards DermLink grants to projects submitted by our Members. This year there are ten 2022 DermLink grant recipients from across the world, including Burundi, Fiji, Indonesia, and Madagascar.