Past World Skin Health Day Activities
The Brazilian Society of Dermatology (Brazil) undertook a wide range of activities, including a multimedia campaign, skin consultations and workshops, to help raise awareness and treat Leprosy across Brazil, particularly amongst underserved communities.
The Communtaria Mexico Programme (Mexico) provided free dermatological consultations and care to under-served indigenous communities in Guerrero State, Mexico. Patients also received medications, ointments and follow up care.
The Dermatological Society of Malaysia (Malaysia) hosted a series of free online public lectures and workshops on common skin conditions to raise awareness about skin health.
The Indian Association of Dermatologists, Venereologists and Leprologists (India) provided free online educational talks, consultations, and resources via social media, including Facebook and Instagram.
The Swiss Society for Dermatology and Venereology (Switzerland) undertook a national multimedia awareness campaign to help raise awareness about skin cancer. They also provided free skin checks and donated sunscreen to attendees across Switzerland.
Gamal Abdel Nasser University of Conakry (Guinea) hosted a free educational conference on teledermatology, neglected tropical diseases and skin cancer. They also ran a multimedia campaign on skin health and provided free dermatological consultations and treatment for 277 people living with albinism in Guinea, including distributing sunscreen.
The Society of Dermatology, Venereology, and Leprology of Nepal (Nepal) raised awareness about the dangers and impact of Topical Steroid Misuse. In total, they trained 300 community pharmacists and developed educational resources for patients.
The Dermatological Society of Singapore (Singapore) held an online education forum on steroids, eczema, and skin health, which was open to the public. Topics included mechanism of eczema, steroid side effects, steroid withdrawal, and newer treatments of eczema.
The Dermatologic & Aesthetic Surgery International League (International) hosted a World Scar Free Symposium 2021 to educate a wide range of medical personnel about scar healing. This event was held virtually and was attended by individuals from across the world.
The Brazilian Society of Dermatology (Brazil) undertook a multimedia campaign as part of its efforts to fight and prevent skin cancer, which included television and radio broadcasts and online posts about skin cancer prevention and awareness.
In partnership with the Albinos Foundation, the Nigerian Association of Dermatologists (Nigeria) provided free skin checks and dermatological care for persons living with albinism (PWAs) in Anambra State, Nigeria.
The Society of Dermatologists, Venereologists and Leprologists of Nepal (Nepal) will raise awareness about dermatophytosis (Tinea) and common skin conditions and provide free dermatological care to 1,500 manual labourers in Sunsari District, Nepal.
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