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Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants
The Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants offers their view on the role of the physician assistant in the dermatologic care of patients throughout the United States.
Korey Capozza, MPH, Magali Redding
Children with eczema and their parents are often at wits’ end with alleviating the itch associated with atopic dermatitis. Perhaps it is time to shift the paradigm from “stop scratching” to alternative or behavioral health approaches to fight itch with less mental anguish.
Joseph F. Merola, MD, MMSC
PPACMAN is a non-profit organization with a mission to enhance comanagement of patients with psoriasis and PsA among rheumatologists and dermatologists and to improve early identification of PsA.
Dean Gianakos, MD
I believe some physicians tell themselves 3 stories that prevent them from assuming responsibility for their professional lives.
Bill McCue
When diagnosed with a rare skin disease, patients need more than Drs Google and Yahoo.  
Deepak Thomas
These tips can help pharmacists and dermatologists streamline the specialty medication process while improving profitability for everyone.   
Katie Hewitt
The volunteer dermatologists and assistants helped more than 2300 people in 5 days in North India.
Seemal R. Desai, MD, FAAD
The Skin of Color Society promotes awareness and excellence in skin of color dermatology amid a diversifying population.
Richard Fried, MD, PhD
A pause is needed on the trail where technology and body image intersect.
Michael Sherling, MD, MBA
Telemedicine puts dermatologists on the right track to success under MIPS.
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