Career Development

Staying Ahead of the Game in Skin of Color Dermatologic Care
African American Woman Derm Procedure
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The optimal treatments for skin of color patients seeking dermatologic care are constantly changing. Keeping up to date with the latest advances in the field, both medical and aesthetic, can prove to be difficult and overwhelm even the most brilliant dermatologist. With a growing recognition that constant training and direct access to skin of color thought leaders is necessary to be at the …
Generational DermatologyTM Symposium: Why attend?
Generational Dermatology
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In dermatology, crafting the perfect treatment plan for your patient takes more than a correct diagnosis. It encompasses prevention and involves medical, cosmetic, surgical and oncologic strategies over the decades to optimize skin performance throughout the course of a lifetime. Coined by Dr. Wendy Roberts, the Generational DermatologyTM approach was originally targeted to interrupt the e …
2018 Dates to Remember
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The time goes fast and there's lots to do. Make this your one-stop shop for all dates in dermatology! Check the calendar by month for conferences, exam dates and deadlines. January 2018 Winter Clinical Dermatology Conference - Hawaii (Foundation for Research and Education in Dermatology) Jan 12 - 17 ODAC - Dermatology Aesthetic & Clinical Conference (SanovaWorks) Jan 12 - …
Top Ten Things to Do at ODAC Miami 2018
Top 10
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10.) Download the app for maps, schedule, and to sign up for your complimentary JDD!  Bring your own smartphone, tablet or device to General Session to view/save PPT slides, take notes, participate in Q&A, take surveys, and more. To download the ODAC 2018 onsite app:  -  Navigate to your device’s preferred app store (Apple App Store or Google Play Store). -   Search for “ODAC 2 …
‘Tis the Season’ for Networking
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Whether you’re attending workplace parties or family gatherings amongst colleagues, peers, or friends, the holiday season is invariably primed for social interaction. This same social interaction provides opportunities for personal and professional networking. Now let’s be clear, I’m not suggesting that your dermatology future hinges on a chat with your Uncle Fred over egg nog! However, the …