Pediatric Dermatology CME
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Complete your CME requirements with Pediatric Dermatology CME courses, board reviews, journal summaries, and other activities from top CME providers. Physicians focusing on Pediatric Dermatology that are board-certified by the American Board of Pediatrics must complete at least 40 self assessment points, 40 quality improvement points, and an additional 20 SA and/or QI points every 5 years to meet their maintenance of certification (MOC) requirements. These Pediatric Dermatology CME activities will also help physicians broaden their knowledge about skin infections, acne, sports related skin disorders, and other key topics related to Pediatric Dermatology.
Topics covered in Pediatric Care Series – Dermatology include:
Atopic Dermatitis, Molluscum, Hemangiomas and Vascular Anomalies, Pediatric Dermatology Emergencies/Skin Infections, Sports-Related Skin Disorders, Acne, Scar Pathophysiology, Hair Disorders in Children and many more.
Reviewing Pediatric Care Series – Dermatology will help you to:
• Recognize serious skin infections
• Minimize antibiotic resistance and treatment failures
• Identify reaction patterns that can arise in response to viral syndromes
• Select topical agents appropriate for management of skin infections like atopic dermatitis
• Prevent spread of communicable skin infections
• Formulate acne treatment plans while avoiding antibiotic resistance
Primary care clinicians, including but not limited to pediatricians, family physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and nurses.
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