A unique public service/advocacy event sponsored by the NCDA.
March 14, 2017 |
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Please join us for the
NCDA’s Sixth Annual
Skin Screening @ the Legislature
in Raleigh on
Wednesday, April 19


Please consider volunteering to assist with a unique public service/advocacy event to be sponsored by the North Carolina Dermatology Association (NCDA). On Wednesday, April 19, we will be holding our sixth annual Skin Screening at the Legislature for legislators, their staff members and others visiting the Legislative Building that day. There is no fee to participate. Practicing physicians and PAs, retired physicians (with active NC license), residents and fellows-in-training are invited to participate.

This event is being conducted as a part of our ongoing advocacy initiatives, and was instrumental in achieving passage of a new law in 2015 prohibiting minors' access to commercial tanning beds in North Carolina. The free screenings will consist of full- or partial-body examinations, sharing skin cancer handouts with information on how to find a dermatologist, and teaching skin self-examinations.

Consider a two-hour shift or sign up to help out for the full day. The event begins at 9:00am and will end by 3:00pm. A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided. 

This event is jointly presented by the NCDA and the American Academy of Dermatology.

Online Registration:

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