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Dermatology CME/CE Courses

Your search for high-quality, complimentary CME/CE stops right here. The courses below are presented by myCME, the continuing education engine in Haymarket Medical Network’s (HMN) expanding portfolio of clinical websites. Below you’ll find practice-relevant courses that carry valuable CME/CE credit. Simply click any link to get started earning credit on myCME.

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Dermatology Clinics and Challenges: March 2019

Undertraining in dermatology for primary-care providers is a common phenomenon. Thus, primary-care clinicians need additional educational outlets devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of specific dermatologic conditions. For clinicians out of training, CME becomes the most accessible route.

Dermatology Clinics and Challenges: February 2019

Undertraining in dermatology for primary-care providers is a common phenomenon. Thus, primary-care clinicians need additional educational outlets devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of specific dermatologic conditions. For clinicians out of training, CME becomes the most accessible route.

Diagnosis and Management of AD in Children and Adolescents

Atopic dermatitis (AD) and its associated comorbidities represent a significant healthcare burden due in large part to gaps in care and unmet medical needs pertaining to its diagnosis, assessment and treatment. Difficulties associated with physician-patient-caregiver interaction that impacts patient adherence are common. Clinicians frequently assume that the information…

The EGPA Collaborative: The Patient Journey

This is the first of 2 one-hour webinars on EGPA, each led by 3 experts in EGPA. This first program will address the diagnosis, treatment initiation and long-term monitoring of this rare eosinophilic disorder. EGPA affects many organ systems; consequently a wide range of clinicians may be involved in the…

Dermatology Clinics and Challenges: December 2018

Undertraining in dermatology for primary-care providers is a common phenomenon. Thus, primary-care clinicians need additional educational outlets devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of specific dermatologic conditions. For clinicians out of training, CME becomes the most accessible route.

Checkpoint Inhibitors: Identifying and Managing Adverse Events

The last few years have seen the emergence of several immuno-oncology agents for treating patients with advanced cancer, including checkpoint inhibitors such as the cytotoxic T-lymphocyte–associated antigen-4 (CTLA-4) inhibitor ipilimumab, programmed cell death protein 1 (PD-1) checkpoint inhibitors nivolumab and pembrolizumab, and programmed death-ligand 1 (PD-L1) checkpoint inhibitors atezolizumab, avelumab,…

Steps Ahead: Emerging Therapies in Psoriatic Arthritis

This 60-minute online activity features real-life scenarios and relevant scientific data to provide new ideas, answers, and confidence in treating psoriatic arthritis (PsA). It consists of two concise presentations, recorded at the live workshop, a case simulation, where participants can explore a clinical vignette of a patient with psoriasis…

Dermatology Clinics and Challenges: November 2018

Undertraining in dermatology for primary-care providers is a common phenomenon. Thus, primary-care clinicians need additional educational outlets devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of specific dermatologic conditions. For clinicians out of training, CME becomes the most accessible route.

Clinical Case Challenges: Timely Diagnosis of Pulmonary Fibrosis

Pulmonary fibrosis includes a large, heterogeneous group of many different entities. Making a differential diagnosis is challenging, and patients report delays or frustrations when receiving a diagnosis. Yet, a prompt, accurate diagnosis is needed to guide treatment decisions. This case-based activity will take clinicians through the integration of clinical, radiologic,…

Raising the Bar to Control Moderate to Severe Plaque Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a common, chronic, immune-mediated, inflammatory condition that is now considered a systemic disease with multiple comorbidities, many of which are related to cardiovascular disease. Unfortunately, expert guidelines have not kept pace with the emergence of new treatments for the condition, and a number of gaps have…

Dermatology Clinics and Challenges: October 2018

Undertraining in dermatology for primary-care providers is a common phenomenon. Thus, primary-care clinicians need additional educational outlets devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of specific dermatologic conditions. For clinicians out of training, CME becomes the most accessible route.

Dermatology Clinics and Challenges: September 2018

Undertraining in dermatology for primary-care providers is a common phenomenon. Thus, primary-care clinicians need additional educational outlets devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of specific dermatologic conditions. For clinicians out of training, CME becomes the most accessible route.

CUBE-C Coalition United for Better Eczema Care

This activity is part of the curriculum of the National Eczema Association’s (NEA) Coalition United for Better Eczema Care (CUBE-C). The CUBE-C Initiative is designed to help providers usher in a new era of patient-centric care. In this activity, Dr. Doghramji, a family practice expert, leads a panel of Atopic…

Dermatology Clinics and Challenges: August 2018

Undertraining in dermatology for primary-care providers is a common phenomenon. Thus, primary-care clinicians need additional educational outlets devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of specific dermatologic conditions. For clinicians out of training, CME becomes the most accessible route.

Lupus in the Veteran Community

Lupus is a multisystem autoimmune connective tissue disease of unknown etiology. It affects people of African, Asian, or Native American descent two to three times as often as it affects whites. Nine out of 10 people with lupus are women of childbearing age (15 to 44) but it can occur…

Dermatology Clinics and Challenges: July 2018

Undertraining in dermatology for primary-care providers is a common phenomenon. Thus, primary-care clinicians need additional educational outlets devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of specific dermatologic conditions. For clinicians out of training, CME becomes the most accessible route.

Dermatology Clinics and Challenges: June 2018

Undertraining in dermatology for primary-care providers is a common phenomenon. Thus, primary-care clinicians need additional educational outlets devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of specific dermatologic conditions. For clinicians out of training, CME becomes the most accessible route.

Case Study Challenge: A 49-Year-Old With Psoriasis and Hodgkin’s Disease

A 49-year-old woman with a history of psoriasis is referred to your office. She developed psoriasis at the age of 5. After a trial with etanercept to treat her psoriasis, she develops Hodgkin’s disease. This case discusses the relationships among psoriasis, Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and anti-tumor necrosis factor therapy.

Case Study Challenge: A 35-Year-Old with Psoriasis, Obesity and Pregnancy

This case examines the relationships between psoriasis and metabolic disease and cardiovascular disease. To optimize treatment of psoriasis, it is useful to treat metabolic syndrome along with therapy for skin symptoms, especially in cases of obesity. Many new therapies are available for treating psoriasis, and therapeutic choices should be decided…