The 7th edition of the SPIN – Skin Inflammation & Psoriasis International Network Congress will be held in Paris from Wednesday July 6th to Friday July 8th in Paris, at La Villette Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie (City for Sciences & Industry).
The scope of SPIN and its triennial congress pursues its broadening with the objective to transfer the know-how acquired on psoriasis (highest standard in issues such as quality of life, high burden and co-morbidities) to other chronic inflammatory skin diseases, in particular atopic dermatitis, vitiligo, alopecia, and hidradenitis suppurativa.
The global theme for the SPIN 2022 congress will focus on ‘Building bridges between Chronic Inflammatory Skin Diseases’. We will expand the classical congress programme (pathogenesis, diagnosis/comorbidities, treatment, specific subgroups) to sessions, which will emphasize on ‘lifestyle & environment’, ‘health economic aspects of treatments’, ‘outcomes and real-life data (registries)’, ‘examples of a valuable learning cycle (difficult cases from which we learnt to do better in the future) ‘, ‘patient information/shared decision making’, future directions/unmet needs”. The programme will address bridging topics sessions as well as sessions dedicated on given chronic inflammatory skin diseases.
This year’s edition with open on a review of novelties in the scene of immunodermatoses (What’s particularly new since 2019 congress?).
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the evolution of technology thus enabling participants, from all around the world to meet physically and online. This hybrid format has been chosen for SPIN 2022 congress, although we encourage physical presence for better networking and knowledge sharing.
The scientific programme has been built by a programme committee including 6 members of SPIN Scientific Committee and 2 members of SEEFPAD (South Eastern EU Federation for Psoriasis & Atopic dermatitis Consortium Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia) under the supervision of the Organization Committee (SPIN president, president-elect & past-president).
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Paris!