The IPPF offers Patient Education Series Webinars featuring leading pemphigus and pemphigoid physicians and scientists. These free webinars are a friendly and casual environment to learn more about specific disease topics.
Note: Information is a key factor in treating and living with any condition. However, every patient’s situation is unique. The IPPF reminds you that any information found on the internet or during presentations should be discussed with your own doctor or healthcare team to determine if it applies to your specific situation.
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This program is sponsored in part by Sanofi and Regeneron.
Patient Education Webinars follow a Town Hall format. The invited speaker may or may not present information before opening up the “floor” for questions.
Webinars are offered at no cost to attendees. Questions related to the specific webinar topic can be submitted prior to the webinar to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Please note: questions will be screened for relevance.) When you connect to the conference you will be placed on MUTE. You will either hear HOLD music or one of the IPPF team talking and providing additional instructions.
Calls are not toll-free; however, you can participate using your computer’s microphone and speakers, tablet (iPad), smart phone, or standard telephone.
The IPPF uses GoToWebinar for our Patient Education Webinars. If you need assistance, email email@example.com.
***PLEASE NOTE: We are currently updating our webinar archive. During this process, webinars from 2017-2022 will not be available for viewing.***
Archive: Past Patient Education Webinars
November 9: Immunosuppressives (Dr. Benny Wu)
December 14: How to Participate in the EL-PFDD Meeting (passcode y$c7#KU@)
June 9: Rare Disease Week Advocacy
October: Insurance Issues with Pemphigus and Pemphigoid- Viki Figge, Kroger Specialty Infusion | (Presentation Slides)
November: The Effects of Steroids (Dr. Yousaf Ali) – AUDIO ONLY
December: Rituximab in Pemphigus and Pemphigoid: Successes, Failures, and Next-Generation Therapies (Dr. Aimee Payne)
June: Rituximab [Rituxan/MabThera] (Dr. Grant Anhalt) | (Transcription)
August: Oral P/P (Dr. Terry Rees)