GWU In-Service Board Review Scramble
In-Service Board Review
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Join Us for the Second Annual LIVE Broadcast In-Service Board Review Session! Just in time for the online practice exam! This live broadcast In-Service board review session will consist of 6 lectures, which will cover as much as possible of both medical and procedural dermatology. Each lecture is 15 questions followed by explanations of the answer choices. Date: March 7, 2019 Time: 8: …
Ask a Mentor Q&A Recap: Skincare Retailing, Staff and Patient Education, and the Art of Designing Custom Skincare Regimens
Custom Skincare Regimens
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Our Next Steps readers had the opportunity to ask Dr. Leslie Baumann questions on Skincare Retailing, Staff and Patient Education, and the Art of Designing Custom Skincare Regimens. See all her insightful answers below. I am a board-certified dermatologist practicing in Nigeria for the last 2 years. I recently set out running a dermatology clinic and I have a huge interest in aesthetic dermatolo …
Exam of the Future Changes! Important Announcement!
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The American Board of Dermatology’s Exam of the Future timeline has changed! Due to recent problems with certifying exam scoring, the American Board of Dermatology is delaying the implementation of the new modular CORE Exam until 2020. As a result of this change, the APPLIED exam will move to 2021. While the ABD works diligently on finding the correct partner to ensure results issu …
Six Must Read Books (No Textbooks Allowed!)
Must Read Books
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Six Must Read Books Recommended by JDD Authors From the memoirs of a talented neurosurgeon fighting terminal lung cancer to management advice on how to turn a good business into a great one, and everything in between, we asked a few JDD authors to tell us what their must read books are…when not studying of course! Beth McLellan, MD [caption id="attachment_4615" align="alignnone" width="3 …
It’s Time to Rethink the Current Dermatology Residency Application Process
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The way we select the future generation of dermatologists is overdue for an overhaul. Having just recently completed my residency at Oregon Health & Science University, I am still able to vividly recall the stress-inducing and bank-breaking experience of applying to dermatology. It’s no secret that getting into dermatology is very competitive, so I was told by several mentors to apply to/in …