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DERMATOLOGY FOR PRIMARY CARE

Oakstone Primary Care Series – Clinical Update

Expert faculty present images of real dermatology patients, providing a unique case-based approach to dermatology in the primary care setting.

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Reinforce Your Fundamental Knowledge of Dermatology

This CME program offers a broader approach to treating patients with dermatology needs on an ongoing basis, stressing practical problem-solving and disease management. Focused on total patient care — from diagnosis of common skin conditions and lesions, to developing a treatment plan and establishing skin care management — Dermatology for Primary Care faculty will:

– Define fundamentals of the dermatologic exam, using real-patient photography to illustrate skin conditions from common acne and eczema to melanoma and other skin cancers

– Pull from real-patient examples to demonstrate common patterns of presentation

– Discuss how to approach patients who don’t improve and what adjustments to make when conditions change

CHECK SAMPLES

Dermatology for Primary Care Topics

1

Dermatology Lexicon: Morphology, Configuration, and Distribution – Adam Friedman, MD

2

Psoriasis and Psoriasiform Dermatitis – Kalyani Marathe, MD, MPH, FAAC

3

Atopic Dermatitis and Other Spongiotic Skin Diseases – Kalyani Marathe, MD, MPH, FAAC

4

Rosacea and Adult Acne – Lorraine Rosamilia, MD

5

Urticaria and Urticarial Eruptions – Holly Kanavy, DO

6

Bacterial Skin and Soft Tissue Infections – Beth McLellan, MD

7

Fungal Skin and Soft Tissue Infections – Beth McLellan, MD

8

Viral Skin and Soft Tissue Infections – Eugene Balagula, MD

9

Cutaneous Drug Reactions for the Primary Care Provider – Mary Maiberger, MD, FAAD

10

Alopecias – Adam Friedman, MD

11

Genital Dermatology – Terrence Keaney, MD

12

Common Pediatric Dermatology Diseases – Anna Yasmine Kirkorian, MD

13

Cutaneous Manifestations of Systemic Disease – Eugene Balagula, MD

14

Benign and Malignant Cutaneous Tumors – Vishal Patel, MD

15

Dermatologic Emergencies – Rachel Blasiak, MD, MPH

16

Skin of Color – Lauren C. Payne, MD, FAAD

17

Bite, Stings, and Infestations – Lorraine Rosamilia, MD

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this activity, the participant will be able to:

– Discuss their scope of knowledge of basic and clinical dermatological science

– Recognize areas of weakness in their knowledge of dermatology to achieve improvements

– Evaluate and diagnose common dermatology entities

– Identify which dermatologic presentations require external referrals

– Express commitment to lifelong learning and self-assessment

Intended Audience

This educational activity was designed for internists, family medicine physicians, nurse practitioners, and medical residents.

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Date of Original Release: August 1, 2019

Date of Original Release: August 1, 2022

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