Reading current, peer-reviewed literature is an important way to stay abreast. We will be highlighting summaries from key articles in the Dermatology literature in this monthly newsletter. This month's issue covers articles from JAAD and JDD.
In an interview with Derm for Primary Care’s Chief Medical Officer, David E Kent, MD, we talk about the current state of the field, the role of NPs and PAs, and the future of Dermatology in the United States.
As we enter winter, we will focus on an important and common inflammatory dermatosis that can be affected by a change in weather: atopic dermatitis (AD). Affecting 20-30% of children and 2-10% of adults, AD is a complex disease with the hallmark of an impaired epidermal barrier.
As we are nearing the end of August, the sun is not letting up. With that in mind, let's review the importance of sunscreen while answering important questions about proper sun protection.
While COVID-19, the disease caused by SARS-CoV2, predominantly affects the respiratory system, there are increasing reports of cutaneous findings related to and manifestations of COVID-19. It is important to be aware of some of the reported clinical manifestations found in COVID-19.
Derm for Primary Care renews partnership with the Nurse Practitioner Healthcare Foundation.
Derm for Primary Care is happy to announce a partnership with the Nurse Practitioner Healthcare Foundation.
Derm for Primary Care, a visual-based online training course, teaches practitioners in a primary care setting how to treat dermatology cases, not refer them.
Derm for Primary Care, a visual-based online training course, teaches primary care providers how to treat dermatology cases, not refer them.