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In the course of directing 16 events, we have had to overcome a long list of unexpected challenges to produce successful courses that feel effortless for attendees. Until recently, due to record attendance nearing venue capacity, the major challenge of the Krakow Course has been how to accommodate all the people who want to come. Even though we have not had any cancellations yet, I am sure that many of our attendees or potential attendees have thought about this as well, I would like to share my approach to this situation.

I think that the probability that we may have to cancel or reschedule the Course is not zero. However, it cannot be quantified at this point. I believe that until more information is available, we should proceed as scheduled. Therefore, as of today, the Course is on as planned. We are proceeding with our arrangements, contracts, booking flights for the faculty etc.

While we are hoping for best, we are also preparing for the worst. First of all, I thought about what criteria we should use to cancel the event. I concluded that the best policy will be to follow recommendations issued by the health authorities at Jagiellonian University, the City of Krakow, Poland, the European Union, and the USA. As of today, these recommendations are to go about business as usual. If they decide that events like ours pose health risks to the participants or to the communities involved, we will cancel the event.

I think that we will have better clarity about this in a month or so. Simultaneously, all participants should follow the recommendations of their home countries, communities, and employers.

It is possible that the Course will go ahead but some participants will not be able to attend. I also understand that some people just may not feel comfortable travelling. We will make the Course Materials available to these attendees.

I will also explore possibility of recording the event or using a streaming service to make the Course available online. Working with our colleagues at the Jagiellonian University we have already secured some possible backup dates at our venue. We are assessing feasibility of those dates in terms of availability of the faculty and other services that we need to ensure a successful event. I do not expect making any announcement about these dates until we have to postpone the event.

Being a born optimist, I believe that by early April, which at this point I consider as likely deadline for the final decision regarding the Course, we will learn to live with coronavirus and will be able to meet in beautiful Krakow and learn some dermpath from the best teachers at the best and most attended Dermpedia Course ever! This is all for now. I will keep you posted.



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