CODE OF CONDUCT
Code of Conduct for Participants to the 7th Continental Congress of Dermatology and the LXVI International Congress of Dermatology Diagnosis and Treatment
Dear Participant, in order to guarantee that the scientific sessions during the 7th Continental Congress of Dermatology and the LXVI International Congress of Dermatology Diagnosis and Treatment plenary sessions are carried out in a professional and respectful manner, the Mexican Academy of Dermatology kindly asks you to abide by the following:
1. Photography and/or video recording of the presentations is strictly prohibited. This rule was created to respect the speakers' copyright and intellectual property, as well as the confidentiality of their patients.
2. Cellphones must remain in silent, vibration or plane mode during all the presentations of the 7th Continental Congress of Dermatology and the LXVI International Congress of Dermatology Diagnosis and Treatment; answering incoming calls during the presentations is strictly prohibited. This rule was created to respect the speakers and participants of the event.
3. This is a friendly reminder that conversations between participants are limited to coffee breaks and/or the social events held during the Congress, please refrain yourself from having audible conversations during the lectures. This rule was created to respect the speakers and participants of the event.
4. All participants to attend the Awareness Spaces (tours) shall arrive to the buses at the specified time and schedule, follow all indications, behave and conduct their affairs in a respectful manner, and shall not leave their belongings on the buses once the tours have come to an end. This rule was created so everybody can enjoy the tours; to guarantee order; so everybody is respectful of other people's time; to carry out the activities within the estimated time-frames; to prevent losses of valuable objects, and to avoid the painful experience of having to leave somebody behind for not following this rule.
We thank you in advance for your understanding and kind cooperation.
Board of the Mexican Academy of Dermatology
You must dress in a practical and functional way so you convey professionalism, whether you are dressing for your clients, the company you work for or the goals you wish to achieve. If your dress code at work is business casual, it means that you will dress in a comfortable and professional way.
Business Casual for Women
Given that the rule is to dress professionally – business casual – you must aim for balance between formality and femininity. Whether you are wearing slacks or a skirt, both must make you look professional. If you add a blouse or a shirt, try to wear solid colors and ¾ sleeves. In hot weathers, the most advisable fabric is cotton or something thin, additionally to ensuring you remain comfortable, it is indeed the most elegant. Try wearing light clothing and comfortable shoes to enjoy the open-air “Awareness Spaces” which are part of the Congress events.
Business Casual for Men
Blazers are this Dress Code's most important garment since they add a touch of casual leadership and professionalism. You should try to wear navy blue or ivory garments, these are all neutral colors that match everything. Shirts must have long sleeves, not short sleeves (in hot weather, the recommendation is to wear cotton). Your trousers must be a darker shade, so you convey leadership. You can wear loafers and your socks must match your shoes or trousers (they may have a discrete design or print). Your belt must always match your shoes. If you choose to wear trousers in a light color, wear brown shoes; if your trousers are dark, then your shoes must be black. If you wear a watch, the most appropriate for this Dress Code are watches with metal straps. Try wearing light clothing and comfortable shoes to enjoy the open-air “Awareness Spaces” which are part of the Congress events.
If you follow these safety guidelines, as a visitor or resident, you will discover that the members of the different Safety Brigades are polite, they will do their best to guide you, and be willing to take any risk to protect you.
Remember you are in a foreign city, perhaps unknown, and with different customs; in addition, it is also different from other Mexican large and urban centers.
- Take care of your belongings and try not to be flashy.
- If you go out for a stroll or to work out, check with the hotel staff first to inform yourself about the safest places.
- At night, walk on busy and well-lit streets.
- If you use a car, make sure the windows are closed and doors are locked.
- If you are driving your own car, try to leave it at the hotel and safe parking spaces.
- In the street, if you didn't request a service and you are been charged, you do not have to pay.
- In the event of any incident, ask for the assistance of a Preventive Police Officer, regardless her/his affiliation.
Radio Patrol 060, 066
Fire Department 068
Red Cross 065 and 55-57-57-59 to 60