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Engaging the Patient in the Management of Their Disease
Dawn M.R. Davis, MD, highlights ways dermatologists and other providers can engage patients with atopic dermatitis in tracking their disease severity.
Assessing Severity in Clinical Practice
This 2-minute video features Dawn M.R. Davis, MD, who details various severity scales, including physician-administered and patient-facing tools, for assessing atopic dermatitis.
Clinical and Quality of Life Indicators of Disease Severity
In this video, Dawn M.R. Davis, MD, describes the different factors to consider when assessing the severity of disease in patients with atopic dermatitis.
Looking Beyond the Skin
Vivian Shi, MD, FAAD, explains what factors dermatologists need to consider beyond the skin's surface, including critical quality of life factors, for determining the diagnosis and severity of atopic dermatitis.
Experiences of Racial-Ethnic Minority Groups
Vivian Shi, MD, FAAD, offers her insights into the experiences of patients with skin of color (SOC) and what dermatologists need to know about atopic dermatitis and SOC.
Important Considerations for an Accurate AD Diagnosis
In this video, Dr Vivian Shi discusses a number of criteria needed in the accurate diagnosis of atopic dermatitis, and she offers a few easy tricks for making an appropriate and timely diagnosis.
What to Consider When Selecting an IL-23 Inhibitor for Your Patients With Psoriasis
What Dermatologists Should Know About Investing in Aesthetics Procedures
Mark Nestor, MD, PhD, highlights what dermatologists should know when it comes to investing in products and procedures for their aesthetic practice.
The Future of Research Into Psoriasis and Antibodies
Managing Expectations Following a Cosmetic Procedure
Mark Nestor, MD, PhD, discusses how he manages patient expectations before an aesthetic service, including the tough talk patients might need before a procedure.
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