ISHRS 2021 CME Webinar
April 10, 2021
The Patient and Non-surgical Treatments
9:00AM – 11:00AM Central Time/Chicago (Time Zone Conversions)
Registration Fees Per Webinar:
- Physician Attendee of ISHRS 2020 Virtual World Congress, $0.00 USD
- ISHRS Physician Member, Non Attendee of ISHRS 2020 Virtual World Congress, $50.00 USD
- ISHRS Physician Pending-Member, Non Attendee of ISHRS 2020 Virtual World Congress, $75.00 USD
- Physician Non Member, Non Attendee of ISHRS 2020 Virtual World Congress, $100.00 USD
The live online webinar will occur on the date and time as noted. The live program will be recorded and available for viewing on demand until Dec. 31, 2021.
This 2-hour CME activity is a live webinar which will be recorded with the intention to be re-watched or viewed as on-demand education. The program is intended for physicians who perform hair transplantation surgery. This webinar is being conducted to provide physicians knowledge on foundational principles related to the evaluation, consultation, and relationship building with patients as well as non-surgical options for the treatment of hair loss. As a result of this activity, learners will be able to describe how to evaluate and assess a patient as well as how to formulate a plan for managing patient expectations. Learners will also be able to discuss non-surgical treatment options, including minoxidil and finasteride, as well as views on PRP for hair loss. The online live component will include presentations, panel discussion, and audience participation via verbal questions and discussion, typing chat Q&A and polling.
Professional Practice Gap
Advanced surgeons in the field regularly are presented with patients seeking repair of poorly constructed hairlines from previous hair transplant surgeries. The need exists to provide additional education on this topic so patients may receive better outcomes.
To create natural-looking hairlines during hair transplantation surgery, the principles of hairline design are crucial to understand for all surgeons. Male, female and transgender patients have different characteristics. In the unique areas such as temple points and in advanced hair loss, the design and planning may be challenging for some physicians. Recipient area preparation including depth-control site making, sagittal vs coronal incisions, graft placement and post-operative care is also an essential integrated topic of hairline construction. Techniques have been developed that result in less complications from the improper management of the recipient area. In addition, proper post-operative care can reduce edema, pain, and discomfort as well as lower complication rates.
Reference: Chapter 12: The Recipient Site. Hair Transplantation, Unger, W (ed), 5th edition. Informa Healthcare, 2011.
Creating an aesthetically-pleasing hairline is a core component of a successful hair transplant outline. Physicians require the knowledge of hairline design and management of the recipient area. Specifically, physicians must understand the specific needs of patients with unique characteristics. For example, there are nuances that must be observed in males that are different than females, and further unique aspects in transgender patients. One special area that must be mastered is the design of temporal points. Physicians must properly prepare for surgery to minimize complications and have more successful surgery, minimizing the number of procedures a patient requires.
Target Audience and Prerequisites
This webinar is taught at the physician level. It is geared toward intermediate- to advanced-level hair restoration surgeons.
As a result of participating in this activity, the learners should be able to:
- Discuss the principles of proper hairline design in patients with different characteristics.
- Describe multiple factors to consider when preparing the recipient area.
- List aspects to consider when designing a surgical plan for a patient with unique considerations, such as transgender or advanced hair loss.
- Identify the factors that may lead to complications from improper recipient preparation and graft placement.
Continuing Medical Education (CME) Credit Statement
The International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery designates this Other Activity (blended synchronous and enduring) for a maximum of 2.00AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
To receive CME credit and a CME certificate, participants must participate in the activity, complete the evaluation survey and the CME Claim Form by Dec. 31, 2021.
Internet/online, via computer or mobile device.
The following is a list of user/system requirements in order to participate in this Other Activity (blended synchronous and enduring):
- Internet connection – broadband, wired if possible, for the strongest connection.
- Speakers or headphones
- The live webinar is taking place via Zoom
- Download this pre-course checklist for Zoom
- Enable your microphone and camera to participate in live sessions.
Asking Questions in the Live Webinar
We encourage questions and active participation of attendees. To ask a question, raise your virtual hand or type your questions in the chat box.
The official language of the webinar is English. Simultaneous interpretation is not provided for this webinar.
Disclosures of Relevant Financial Relationships of Planners, Faculty, and Others
The following individuals have no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose:
Gholamali Abbasi, MD, FISHRS – Faculty
Conradin von Albertini, MD, FISHRS – Planner
Otavio Boaventura, MD – Faculty
Timothy P. Carman, MD, FISHRS –COI Reviewer
Victoria Ceh, MPA – Planner & Manager
Jeffrey S. Epstein, MD, FISHRS – Faculty
Steven P. Gabel, MD, FISHRS – Planner
Rita Kaufman – Planner & Manager
Russell Knudsen, MBBS, FISHRS – Faculty
Matthew Lopresti, MD – Planner
Emorane C. Lupanzula, MD – Faculty
Paul J. McAndrews, MD, FISHRS – COI Reviewer
M. Humayun Mohmand, MD, FISHRS – Faculty
Masahisa Nagai, MD – Planner
Ratchathorn Panchaprateep, MD, PhD, FISHRS – Planner
Jae-Hyun Park, MD, PhD – Faculty
Felix Popescu, MD – Faculty
Vlad Ratushny, MD – Planner
Antonio S. Ruston, MD – Faculty
Mauro Speranzini, MD – Faculty
Melanie Stancampiano – Planner & Manager
Mark Waldman, MD – Planner
Georgios Zontos, MD, PhD, FISHRS – Faculty
The following individuals have relevant financial relationships:
Robert S. Haber, MD, FISHRS – Planner & Faculty
Ellis Instruments, Inc: Royalty, patent or other IP
Transdermal Cap Inc.: Consultant/Advisory Board
James A. Harris, MD, FISHRS –Planner & Faculty
Restoration Robotics: Consultant/Advisory Board
All of the relevant financial relationships listed for these individuals have been mitigated.
The webinar content has been made available by the ISHRS for educational purposes only. The content is not intended to represent the only, nor necessarily the best, method or procedure appropriate for the medical situations discussed, but rather is intended to present views, statements, and opinions that may be of interest to others. The views expressed herein are those of the individual authors and not necessarily those of the ISHRS. The ISHRS assumes no responsibility or liability in connection with your use or misuse of the webinar content or any materials or techniques described in the content, and it makes no warranty or representation as to the validity or sufficiency of any information provided.
Questions: Learners may contact the ISHRS Headquarters with questions about this CME activity at phone +1-800-444-2737 or +1-630-262-5399, or fax +1-630-262-1520, or email: [email protected]