Holistic Dermatology: the Global Aspect (Part III in Series)
PARALLEL BETWEEN SKIN AND THE EARTH'S SKIN FINAL MODALICIA
by Alan M. Dattner, MD on
Click here for Part I or Part II - One of the key features of Holistic Dermatology as I see it, is correcting broader causes of skin disease as they affect our entire population. Many of the underlying aggravators of skin disease are very common to our culture and current state of affairs. These include excesses in the diet, as well as toxic substances in our food, topicals, and environment. Ma …
Always Keep Your Eyes Open for New Trends
by NANETTE SILVERBERG, MD on
At the time that I graduated residency and went on to a pediatric dermatology fellowship I was unaware of what my practice would look like as a new practitioner, and even more so a decade later. One of the most important things I learned in practice is that it is vitally important to keep an eye out for new trends or reappearances of old diseases. In this vein, I am going to list five things that …
Weighing Your Values: Time vs Money
Time vs Money
by DORIS DAY, MD on
No one I know decided to become a physician to be rich or famous. It’s a calling and a passion and we’re fighting hard to keep it that way. Being a dermatologist is a little different than many other fields of medicine because we also have a subset of us that practice aesthetic medicine as part or all of our area of expertise. The draw to aesthetics, selling products and performing procedures …
The Importance of Networking in Dermatology
networking
by PAUL F. LIZZUL, MD, PhD, MPH, MBA, FAAD on
So, you have made it. No longer a resident, you are now a rising star in one of the best fields of medicine. You are an overachiever and tireless perfectionist. But, you realize that now you have become a small fish in the big pond. What are some tactics that will help you become a big fish? Network… It’s vital to be self-determined, proactive and resourceful when networking. Unlike busines …
Clinical Research: Spotlight On Heidi Prather, MD, FAAD
Heidi Prather Derm
by HEIDI B. PRATHER, MD, FAAD on
1. How did you become involved in clinical research? I completed an ASDS Cosmetic Dermatologic Surgery fellowship with Dr. Jeffrey Dover at SkinCare Physicians in Boston that allowed me to assist in clinical trials from product testing to data analysis. Working with a group that already participates in clinical research allowed me to see how studies evolve and new products make it to market. …
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