The Fall 2023 Clinical Dermatology Conference for PAs and NPs combined both clinical pearls and exciting upcoming innovations for clinicians converging in Orlando, Florida. Now that summer is over and autumn is approaching, Derm Square is gearing up for its annual fall clinical conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Registration for the October meeting is underway. Dermatology Times® revisits five of the summer’s top headlines, including interviews with leading dermatology experts, session coverage, research findings, and more.
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Lauren Miller, Pennsylvania, California, highlights the value of collaboration with APP and others
The first day of the Fall 2023 Clinical Dermatology Conference for PAs and NPs will kick off with a KOL-led “Mentoring for Leadership” session. Lauren Miller, PA-C, Physician Assistant Dermatology, Southern Skies Dermatology and Surgery, Alabama, Board Certifiedhow to effectively write a cover letter to stand out among other applicants, what PAs and NPs need to know about managing atopic dermatitis with biologics, office to improve efficiency Discussed with attendees tips for
Dermatologists have historically underestimated the patient burden of seborrheic dermatitis
“Most patients described their symptoms, [seborrheic dermatitis] (SD) Moderate to severe, with significant impact on quality of life, [health care providers] “[Healthcare providers]underestimated the level of patient-reported severity and impact on patient quality of life,” Chovatiya et al. announced in a poster presentation.
What You Need to Know About JAK, TYK, and Clinical Trials
“My own Physician Assistant Monique, she is irreplaceable. I cannot live without her. If I have to, I just show her pictures.” Dr. Neil Bhatia, ahead of the Fall 2023 Clinical Dermatology Conference for PAs and NPs. Bhatia, Director of Clinical Dermatology at Therapeutic Clinical Research in San Diego, California, will present three sessions at the conference, including JAK and TYK, and what attendees should know about the role of PAs and NPs in clinical trials and research. to announce.
Review key discussions on biologics against Christopher Bunick, MD, PhD, AD and more
Dermatology Times Editorial Advisory Board Member, Christopher Bannick, M.D., recently presented at the Fall 2023 Clinical Dermatology Conference for PAs and NPs with Lauren Miller, MD, PA-C, and Gil Yosipovich, MD, discusses how biologics and advanced systemic therapies can help atopic skin. We discussed how we can improve the lives of people with AD. . Bannick, an associate professor of dermatology and physician scientist at Yale University School of Medicine, and his colleagues discussed in a panel discussion the mechanism of action of cytokines in Alzheimer’s disease, how not all Alzheimer’s patients can be classified, and many other topics. discussed the topic. In the same category, what should health care workers do when a patient undergoing biologic or systemic therapy has a relapse of impetigo Alzheimer’s disease?
New treatment strategies and treatments for pediatric skin diseases
Treatment of rare or common skin conditions in pediatric patients requires expertise and compassion. Attendees at the Fall 2023 Clinical Dermatology Conference for PAs and NPs enthusiastically participated in Dr. Adelaide Ebert’s session “What’s New in Pediatric Dermatology”. Hebert, chief of pediatric dermatology at the McGovern School of Medicine in Texas, began the session by discussing strategies for evaluating rare pediatric dermatological conditions such as ichthyosis and epidermolysis bullosa.