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The International Society of Teledermatology is an online teledermatology service and consists of an open discussion forum on which experts are able to exchange knowledge of Dermatology in a second opinion workflow

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Email: info@teledermatology-society.org
Phone: +43 (316) 385-2423
Auenbruggerplatz 8 A-8036 Graz Austria

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Welcome Introduction
Welcome introduction
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

Welcome introduction

Saul HalpernPresident, International Society of Teledermatology

The Hospital In 2030
The Hospital in 2030
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

The Hospital in 2030

Prof Leonard Witkamp, Academic Medical Center (AMC ), Netherlands

Is Teledermatology Useful In The UK NHS?
Is Teledermatology useful in the UK NHS?
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

Is Teledermatology useful in the UK NHS?

J . English, A. Patel, S . Hughes , C. Lewis , Z . Brindley, N . Lucas

Oxfordshire Teledermatology Service: A Service Evaluation From The Oxford University Hospitals
Oxfordshire Teledermatology Service: A service Evaluation from the Oxford University Hospitals
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

Oxfordshire Teledermatology Service: A service Evaluation from the Oxford University Hospitals

Laheru, R. Turner Dermatology Department.

UK Teledermatology Using National Electronic Referral Pathways (NHS E-Referral); Pearls And Pitfallsfrom Over 4000 Referrals
UK Teledermatology using national electronic referral pathways (NHS e-Referral); pearls and pitfallsfrom over 4000 referrals
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

UK Teledermatology using national electronic referral pathways (NHS e-Referral); pearls and pitfallsfrom over 4000 referrals

C. Charman, Y. Al-Nuaimi, P. Williams, J. Tovey, S. Biddulph

A Twelve Year Review Of A UK Teledermatology Service
A twelve year review of a UK teledermatology service
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

A twelve year review of a UK teledermatology service

S . Mehrtens , L. Shall, S . Halpern

Tertiary Teledermatology : E-Nail – A National And International Specialist Service
Tertiary teledermatology : E-Nail – A national and international specialist service
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

Tertiary teledermatology : E-Nail – A national and international specialist service

B. Wright, D. DeBerke

What Characteristics Are Common To Successful Teledermatology Services In The UK?
What characteristics are common to successful Teledermatology services in the UK?
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

What characteristics are common to successful Teledermatology services in the UK?

Dr David de Berker, Bristol Dermatology Centre , Bristol Royal Infirmary, U

Teledermatology Economics
Teledermatology economics
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

Teledermatology economics

Dr John Whited, Durham Veterans Affairs Medical Center, USA

10 Years Of Fully Reimbursed TD Services; What Have We Learned?
10 years of fully reimbursed TD services; what have we learned?
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

10 years of fully reimbursed TD services; what have we learned?

Prof Leonard Witkamp, Academic Medical Center (AMC ), Netherlands

The Opportunity Of Mobile Health For Customer Engaged Tele Dermatology
The opportunity of mobile health for customer engaged tele dermatology
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

The opportunity of mobile health for customer engaged tele dermatology

Mr Dick Uyttewaal, CEO , SkinVision

Teledermatology, The Ultimate Tool For Delivering High Quality Care In Skin Cancer
Teledermatology, the ultimate tool for delivering high quality care in skin cancer
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

Teledermatology, the ultimate tool for delivering high quality care in skin cancer

Dr David Moreno-Ramirez, University Hospital Virgen Macarena , Spain

Impact Of Dermoscopy On Routine Teledermatology-based Skin Cancer Triage
Impact of Dermoscopy on routine Teledermatology-based skin cancer triage
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

Impact of Dermoscopy on routine Teledermatology-based skin cancer triage

Interim results of a randomized study on the effectiveness and diagnostic performance of clinical teledermatology vs dermoscopic teledermatology  M. Morales-Conde,…

The Benefits Of Teledermoscopy For Diagnosis And Prioritisation Of Amelanotic Melanomas
The benefits of teledermoscopy for diagnosis and prioritisation of amelanotic melanomas
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

The benefits of teledermoscopy for diagnosis and prioritisation of amelanotic melanomas

J . Callander, C. Mills , C. Llewellyn

An Increasing Frequency Of Seborrheic Keratosis As Consequence Of Improved Early Detection Of Skin Cancerthrough Teledermatology
An increasing frequency of seborrheic keratosis as consequence of improved early detection of skin cancerthrough teledermatology
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

An increasing frequency of seborrheic keratosis as consequence of improved early detection of skin cancerthrough teledermatology

A cross-sectional study on 34,553 teleconsultations . J . Raya, M. Morales, L. Ferrándiz, D. Moreno

Is Teledermatology A Useful Adjunct To Current Clinical Pathways In Our Hospital?
Is teledermatology a useful adjunct to current clinical pathways in our hospital?
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

Is teledermatology a useful adjunct to current clinical pathways in our hospital?

L. Fuller, R. Suchak, N . Jasani, M. Khorshid

The Management And Outcomes Of Dermtest Teledermoscopy Service In Estonia And Lithuania: A Data Review
The management and outcomes of Dermtest Teledermoscopy service in Estonia and Lithuania: A Data Review
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

The management and outcomes of Dermtest Teledermoscopy service in Estonia and Lithuania: A Data Review

R. Hallik, P . Kruus , U. Loite , H . Lehemets, M. Niin

An Audit Of A Pilot Teledermatology Service For The Assessment Of Solitary Skin Lesions In A Tertiary Dermatology Centre
An audit of a pilot teledermatology service for the assessment of solitary skin lesions in a tertiary dermatology centre
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

An audit of a pilot teledermatology service for the assessment of solitary skin lesions in a tertiary dermatology centre

C.-M. M . Cheung, K. Muttardi, F. Ismail

DermNet NZ: All About The Skin
DermNet NZ: All about the skin
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

DermNet NZ: All about the skin

Prof Amanda Oakley, Waikato Clinical School (Auckland University School of Medicine ), New Zealand

Training GPs In Skin Cancer Recognition Using Teledermatology
Training GPs in skin cancer recognition using teledermatology
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

Training GPs in skin cancer recognition using teledermatology

Dr Josep Malvehy, Hospital Clínic de Barcelona , Barcelona

Blended E-learning In Dermatology ; 10 Years’ Experience – Pleasures And Pitfalls
Blended e-learning in Dermatology ; 10 years’ experience – pleasures and pitfalls
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

Blended e-learning in Dermatology ; 10 years’ experience – pleasures and pitfalls

Dr Vicky Jolliffe , The Royal London Hospital, Queen Mary University London

YOUdermoscopy App : Have Fun And Train Yourself
YOUdermoscopy app : have fun and train yourself
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

YOUdermoscopy app : have fun and train yourself

Dr Aimilios Lallas, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

American Telemedicine Association Teledermatology Guidelines 2016
American Telemedicine Association Teledermatology Guidelines 2016
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

American Telemedicine Association Teledermatology Guidelines 2016

K. McKoy, N . Antoniotti, A. Armstrong , D. Bernstein, A. Burdick, K. Edison , M . Goldyne , C.…

The American Academy Of Dermatology Aim: Building Educational Tools And Teledermatology Resources( BETTER )
The American Academy of Dermatology Aim: Building Educational Tools and Teledermatology Resources( BETTER )
ITS London 2016 (DAY 1)

The American Academy of Dermatology Aim: Building Educational Tools and Teledermatology Resources( BETTER )

I. Lee

Enhanced Skin Self-examination Utilizing Mobile Teledermoscopy – Via VideolinkProf Peter Soyer, School Of Medicine, Faculty Of Medicine And Biomedical Sciences
Enhanced skin self-examination utilizing mobile teledermoscopy – via videolinkProf Peter Soyer, School of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
ITS London 2016 (DAY 2)

Enhanced skin self-examination utilizing mobile teledermoscopy – via videolinkProf Peter Soyer, School of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

H. Peter Soye, Monika Janda, The University of Queensland , Australia

Mobile Is Here To Stay – For Better Or For Worse
Mobile is here to stay – for better or for worse
ITS London 2016 (DAY 2)

Mobile is here to stay – for better or for worse

Prof Amanda Oakley, Waikato Clinical School (Auckland University School of Medicine ), New Zealand

A Review Of Smartphone Teledermatology
A review of smartphone Teledermatology
ITS London 2016 (DAY 2)

A review of smartphone Teledermatology

H . Alexander, S . Halper

MySkinSelfie- Development Of A Free App For Skin Self-monitoring
MySkinSelfie- development of a free app for skin self-monitoring
ITS London 2016 (DAY 2)

MySkinSelfie- development of a free app for skin self-monitoring

Dr Phillip Hampton, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne

Direct To Consumer Teledermatology – 2015 : Observations From The First Derm TD Platform
Direct to consumer teledermatology – 2015 : Observations from the First Derm TD platform
ITS London 2016 (DAY 2)

Direct to consumer teledermatology – 2015 : Observations from the First Derm TD platform

Dr Alexander Börve, Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg , Sweden and First Derm

Expanding Access To Care Globally Through The Use Of Teledermatology
Expanding access to care globally through the use of Teledermatology
ITS London 2016 (DAY 2)

Expanding access to care globally through the use of Teledermatology

Prof Carrie Kovarik, University of Pennsylvania, USA

Tele-Derm National: Ten Years Of Store-and-forward Teledermatology For Rural And Remote Australia
Tele-Derm National: Ten years of store-and-forward teledermatology for rural and remote Australia
ITS London 2016 (DAY 2)

Tele-Derm National: Ten years of store-and-forward teledermatology for rural and remote Australia

S . Andrews, L . Byrom , V. Sheedy, L. Lucas , J. Muir

4 Years At Sea With University Of Miami Teledermatology
4 Years at Sea with University of Miami Teledermatology
ITS London 2016 (DAY 2)

4 Years at Sea with University of Miami Teledermatology

A. Burdick, J. Herrera-Perdigon NP

A Model For Implementing Teledermatology In Remote Elder Care Facilities In Sri Lanka
A model for implementing teledermatology in remote elder care facilities in Sri Lanka
ITS London 2016 (DAY 2)

A model for implementing teledermatology in remote elder care facilities in Sri Lanka

S . Singh, T. Tejasvi

Application And Study Of The Effectiveness Of Skin Tumors Remote Diagnostics In Ukraine
Application and study of the effectiveness of skin tumors remote diagnostics in Ukraine
ITS London 2016 (DAY 2)

Application and study of the effectiveness of skin tumors remote diagnostics in Ukraine

K. Kravets, O. Bogomolets

Teledermatology And Community Dermatology , A New Approach
Teledermatology and Community Dermatology , A New Approach
ITS London 2016 (DAY 2)

Teledermatology and Community Dermatology , A New Approach

R. Estrada, G. Chavez-Lopez, G. Estrada-Chavez

Teledermoscopy In Practice; Crossing The Innovation Chasm
Teledermoscopy in practice; crossing the innovation chasm
ITS London 2016 (DAY 2)

Teledermoscopy in practice; crossing the innovation chasm

Dr Jonathan Bowling, The Manor Hospital, Oxford & Dermoscopy UK Ltd

Teledermatopathology – An Extension Of Teledermatology In Practice, Education And Research
Teledermatopathology – an extension of Teledermatology in practice, education and research
ITS London 2016 (DAY 2)

Teledermatopathology – an extension of Teledermatology in practice, education and research

R. Singh

A Novel Mole Scanning Service In Community Pharmacies
A novel mole scanning service in community pharmacies
ITS London 2016 (DAY 2)

A novel mole scanning service in community pharmacies

R. L. S . Kjome , D. J. Wright, A.–K. B. Bjaaen , K. W. Garstad , D. Smart, M…

Teledermoscopy For Teledermatology
Teledermoscopy for teledermatology
ITS London 2016 (DAY 2)

Teledermoscopy for teledermatology

T. Tejasvi, S . Singh , A. Meka , G . Ngyuen

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