Wednesday – June 8 Wednesday – Program Overview TimeActivityLocation Pre-conference sessions09.00 – 12.00 Ibero Latinoamerican Symposium | More infoRed Room10.00 – 12.00 Cosmetic Risk Assessment in 2022 | More infoOrange Room10.30 – 12.30 DKG/IVDK program | More infoGreen Room12.00 – 13.00 Welcome & registration ExpoPlenary Opening SessionBlue Room13.00 – 13.20 Opening Ceremony Kristiina Aalto-Korte & Marie-Louise Schuttelaar13.20 – 13.50 Jadassohn lecture A personal view on contact dermatitis research – past experience, present topics, and future challenges Wolfgang Uter13.50 – 14.20 Wahlberg lecture Identification of allergens in medical devices for diabetes patients Martin Mowitz 14.20 – 14.50 Coffee breakExpo14.50 – 16.20 Round 1 – Focus Sessions & Free CommunicationsAdverse reactions to medical devices | More infoBlue RoomRisk assessment | More info Green RoomFree Communications 1 | More infoRed Room16.20 – 16.30 Session change16.30 – 18.00 Round 2 – Focus SessionsMetals | More infoRed RoomHair dyes | More info Green RoomICDRG session | More info Blue Room18.00 – 18.30Round 3 – Industry Session | More info18.30 – 19.30 ESCD 2022 Welcome ReceptionExpo View Thursday Program View Friday Program 09.00 – 12.00 hrs | Ibero Latino american Symposium TimeActivityLocationThe Ibero-latinoamerican Group In Cutaneous Allergy ProgramRed RoomChair: Iris Ale08.30 – 09.00 Welcome & registration 09.00 – 09.05Welcome and Introduction Juan Pedro Russo09.05 – 09.25Basal series for the study of contact dermatitis. Justified update. Serie basal para el estudio del eczema de contacto, actualización justificada Ana María Giménez Arnau09.25 – 09.45Atopic dermatitis and sensitive skin: complications due to the use of biologics and immunosuppressors in patients with inflammatory bowel disease: a cohort study Dermatitis atópica y piel sensible: complicaciones del uso de biológicos e inmunosupresores en pacientes con Enfermedad Inflamatoria Intestinal: un estudio de cohortes Andrea Nardelli09.45 – 10.05Occupational Immediate Contact Reactions in Uruguay Reacciones de Contacto Inmediatas de naturaleza Ocupacional en Uruguay Iris Ale10.05 – 10.25Hidden allergens in drugs and cosmeceuticals Alergenos ocultos en medicamentos y cosmecéuticos Graciela Guzmán Perera10.25 – 10.35Discussion – Discusión10.35 – 10.50Coffee break – Pausa10.50 – 11.10Contact Dermatitis from long lasting nail polish Dermatitis de contacto por esmaltes semipermanentes Alicia Cannavó11.10 – 11.30Cross reactions between Methylisothiazolinone and Octylisothiazolinone Reacciones cruzadas entre Metilisotiazolinona y Octilisotiazolinona Juan Pedro Russo11.30 – 11.50Patch testing in Peruvian patients with suspected facial allergic contact dermatitis. Patch testing en pacientes con sospecha de dermatitis de contacto alérgica facial Lucie Puell11.50 – 12.00Discussion and Closure12.00 – 13.00 Lunch – Orange Room 10.00 – 12.00 hrs | Cosmetic Risk Assessment in 2022 Symposium description Ethical concerns, changing regulations and increased mechanistic understanding have driven the development and application of non-animal – next generation risk assessment approaches. This session will review these approaches to skin sensitisation risk assessment and identify how toxicologists and the clinical community can work together to ensure that risk assessments for skin sensitisation are sufficiently protective for consumers. The objectives of this workshop are to create more awareness on risk assessment of skin sensitisers, define the work that needs to be done and establish new collaborations. TimeActivityLocationCosmetic Risk Assessment in 2022Orange RoomChairs: Pieter-Jan Coenraads & Nicola Gilmour09.30 – 10.00 Welcome & registration 10.00 – 10.15Introduction to the workshop Building bridges between dermatology community and those responsible for ensuring safety of cosmetics Pieter-Jan Coenraads & Nicola Gilmour 10.15 – 10.35Ensuring cosmetic safety 2022 and beyond: expectations and needs from regulators Janine Ezendam10.35 – 10.55Skin sensitisation next generation risk assessment approach: lessons learned from case studies Petra Kern10.55 – 11.10 Coffee break11.10 – 11.30How can clinical data be used to inform risk (re-)assessment regarding safe, non- sensitising use of cosmetic ingredients? Wolfgang Uter11.30 – 12.00Round table discussion and closing remarks12.00 – 13.00 Lunch – Orange Room 10.30 – 12.30 hrs | DKG/IVDK Program TimeActivityLocationChairs: Heinrich Dickel & Richard BransGreen Room10.00 – 10.30 Welcome & registration 10.30 – 10.35Introduction Heinrich Dickel & Richard Brans10.35 – 10.55Patch-testing & Guidelines – what ́s cooking? Vera Mahler10.55 – 11.15Patch testing with proteins – Can the efforts still be justified? Heinrich Dickel11.15 – 11.30 Coffee break11.30 – 11.50Current contact allergens in medical devices/aids Nicola Wagner11.50 – 12.10Occupational contact sensitisation in masseurs Richard Brans12.10 – 12.30Tertiary prevention in occupational skin disease – an update Elke Weisshaar12.30 – 13.00 Lunch – Orange Room 14.50 – 16.20 hrs – Round 1 TimeActivityLocationFocus Session: Adverse reactions to medical devicesBlue RoomChair: Olivier Aerts | Co-chair: Martin Mowitz14.50 – 15.10Legislation(s) on medical devices: what’s in it (and what’s not)? Vera Mahler15.10 – 15.30An update on skin reactions caused by diabetes medical devices Anne Herman15.30 – 15.50Allergic contact dermatitis from wound care product An Goossens15.50 – 16.00Dermatitis to medical devices used by children and adults with type-I diabetes mellitus: a systematic review Laura von Kobyletzki16.00 – 16.10Role and management of allergic contact dermatitis from acrylates in TENS electrodes Nasser Mohammad Porras16.10 – 16.20Isocyanate contact allergies in patients with contact dermatitis from glucose sensors and insulin pumps Martin Mowitz TimeActivityLocationFocus Session: Risk assessmentGreen RoomChair: Ian R. White | Co-chair: Pieter-Jan Coenraads14.50 – 15.10Risk assessment v risk management: When it goes wrong Ian R. White15.10 – 15.30Current issues in risk assessment Pieter-Jan Coenraads15.30 – 15.50Is quantitative risk assessment now fit for purpose? David Basketter15.50 – 16.10Contact allergy from medical devices: considerations on better risk management Vera Mahler16.10 – 16.20Unveiling new molecules with preventive properties for the management of allergic contact dermatitis Gonçalo Brites TimeActivityLocationFree Communications 1Red RoomChair: Richard Brans 14.50 – 15.00Rashes diagnosed as allergic contact dermatitis presenting to hospital emergency departments in Melbourne, Australia Rosemary Nixon15.00 – 15.10Comparing patch test reactivity to lanolin by altering allergy markers, batches and test chambers Jakob Dahlin15.10 – 15.20Skin exposure to scented products used in daily life and fragrance contact allergy in the European General Population – The EDEN Fragrance Study Cynthia van Amerongen15.20 – 15.30Shedding a light on the importance of photopatch testing: a 12-year experience in a Dermatology Unit Pedro Alves15.30 – 15.40Contact allergy to preparations in an extended dentalpatch test series in patients with fibromyalgia Katharine Hopkins15.40 – 15.50Patch test results with formaldehyde releasers in the ESSCA network, 2015 – 2018 Heather Whitehouse15.50 – 16.00Surprising results of patch testing with the baseline series in patients with photocontact allergy to ketoprofen Magnus Bruze16.00 – 16.10Contact allergy to baseline series in patients with fibromyalgia Annarita Antelmi16.10 – 16.20Discussion 16.30 – 18.00 hrs – Round 2 TimeActivityLocationFocus Session: MetalsRed RoomChair: Kathrin Hofmeier Scherer | Co-chair: Peter Thomas16.30 – 16.50Triggering of innate and adaptive immune responses by metal ions Stefan Martin 16.50 – 17.10Metal allergy and dental materials Joris Muris17.10 – 17.30Sensitization to rare antigens in metal alloys Kathrin Hofmeier Scherer17.30 – 17.50Update metal implant allergy Peter Thomas17.50 – 18.00Discussion TimeActivityLocationFocus Session: Hair dyesGreen RoomChair: Annarita Antelmi | Co-chair: Pieter-Jan Coenraads16.30 – 16.45The chemistry of PPD in reconstructed human epidermis: a change of paradigm? Jean-Pierre Lepoittevin16.45 – 17.00Is it possible to reduce the risk of contact sensitization to PPD in hair dye users? John McFadden17.00 – 17.15Hairdressers’ immediate-type reactions to hair dyes and their diagnostic examinations Maria Pesonen17.15 – 17.30Contact allergy to hair dyes: prevention in the occupational setting Annarita Antelmi17.30 – 17.45Immediate and Delayed Hypersensitivity Reaction to Para-Phenylenediamine (PPD) Faheem Latheef17.45 – 18.00Discussion TimeActivityLocationFocus Session: ICDRG sessionBlue RoomChair: Magnus Bruze16.30 – 16.45Prognosis and pathogenesis of percutaneous-sensitisation-induced immediatewheat allergy to hydrolysed wheat protein in Japan Kayoko Matsunaga (virtual presentation)16.45 – 17.00Interesting cases of contact dermatitis from a referral center in Thailand Pailin Puangpet17.00 – 17.15Patch testing rates worldwide Rosemary Nixon17.15 – 17.30Occupational contact dermatitis in Argentina Alicia Cannavo17.30 – 17.45Occupational airborne contact dermatitis in Uruguay Iris Ale17.45 – 18.00Discussion I would like to register for the ESCD Congress 2022!