dermatology

Patient Buzz Series: From Botox Bars to Tree Tea Oil for Eczema
Patient Buzz
by Allison Sit on
This month’s Patient Buzz includes a variety of articles about medical and aesthetic dermatology topics that may be top of mind for your patients. Should eczema sufferers try an elimination diet? What causes itching without a rash? Are 'Botox Bars' safe? How should men with psoriasis and eczema alter their grooming habits? Review these dermatology articles from the consumer press and be prepa …
Patient Buzz Series: Celebrities with Skin Conditions
Patient Buzz Series
by Allison Sit on
This month’s Patient Buzz includes several articles about celebrities who are going public with their skin conditions. From melanoma to psoriatic arthritis to eczema, more patients may seek treatment because of the awareness celebrities are bringing to these conditions. Be prepared for your patients’ questions by perusing these dermatology articles from the consumer press: Allure: ASDS …
The Opposite of Burnout
The Many Faces of Burnout
by Andrea Murina, MD on
Burnout can take many shapes and forms, and often times, identifying the risk factors leading up to it can be tricky. This series will explore the many faces of burnout by offering different perspectives from a panel of experts who presented at the AAD 2019 Annual Meeting in Washington DC. We kicked off the series last week with Dr. Elizabeth (Lisa) Swanson's advice on how to treat and prevent bur …
Patient Buzz Series: From Eyelash Curlers for Lip Plumping to CBD for Psoriasis
Patient Buzz Series
by Allison Sit on
The latest headlines about skin, hair and nails may lead to questions you’ll soon hear from your patients. Be prepared by perusing this list of dermatology news in the consumer press. Recent topics addressed include eyelash curlers for removing blackheads and plumping lips, when to toss old makeup and whether it’s OK to swim after getting a new tattoo. ABC News: Tips to avoid breakout …
Developing a Competent Approach to LGBTQ+ Patients
LGBTQ Health Series
by Angelo Landriscina, MD on
June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month. What better time to start our new series on caring for LGBTQ+ patients.  As Pride Month draws to a close, let’s focus on some of the ways we can take a competent approach to our LGBTQ+ patients year-round. You Don’t Have to Know Everything As an LGBTQ+ physician, I can tell you that this is the first way that healthcare providers get tripped up when caring for L …