18th Annual Derm for the Non-Derm
There is an acute shortage of dermatologists in the United States. Dermatologists are shifting away from medical dermatology with many now focusing on cosmetic and oncologic procedures. Physician extenders (PA’s and ARNP’s) are rapidly becoming the medical dermatology providers as are primary care physicians. Medical and basic dermatologic surgery procedures have been identified as high priority in several needs assessment surveys for CME.
There is an increase of skin cancers in our population with an increased incidence of Melanoma. Additionally, there are many new medications being introduced, and others that have gone out of favor. Primary Care providers need to review and update their knowledge in these and other concerns in Dermatology on an annual basis. Keep current with a review and challenge your diagnostic acumen. Our mini-symposia focus on the diagnosis and management of common skin problems and provide you opportunity to develop your dermatologic surgery skills.
- Dermatology Fundamentals
- Atopic Dermatitis and Psoriasis
- Acne and Rosacea
- Melanoma and Non-Melanoma
- Drug Eruptions
- Hair and Nail Disorders
- Cosmetic Dermatology
- Dermatologic Surgery
- Coding and Documentation
18th Annual Dermatology for the Non-Dermatologist
“Derm for the Non-Derm”™
May 31 – June 4, 2016
Casa Marina Resort Key West, Florida
Presented by the University of South Florida College of Medicine
Department of Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery
Neil Alan Fenske, MD, Course Director
Listed on the National Historic Register, the Casa Marina Resort was built in 1920 and is the oldest resort in all of the Keys. One glance and you’ll love this island paradise. Discover the stylish look of our guestrooms offering ocean view rooms that open onto private balconies or patios shaded by graceful palms. With a beautiful lobby, private cabanas, and tropical water walkway, our resort is set to change the very definition of luxury.
Bask among soaring palm trees, blooming native flowers, and sweeping ocean views. Sample the renowned nightlife of nearby Duval Street, or the charming attractions of historic Old Town. Enjoy famed Key West water sports – from windsurfing to diving in America’s only living barrier reef. Catch some warm sunshine on the island’s largest secluded beach. As a guest, you can enjoy tennis, tempting restaurants, a soothing massage and privileges on a nearby 18-hole golf course.
You may also book your accommodations online.
Check out all that Key West has to offer: http://www.keywest.com/
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Members of The College of Family Physicians of Canada are eligible to receive up to 1AFP Mainpro-M1 credits for attendance at this meeting/event due to a reciprocal agreement with the American Academy of Family Physicians.
CME activities held across the Canada-US border are accredited according to the nationality of the primary target audience (regardless of where the providers are located). The programs will be reviewed according to the criteria of the accrediting organization.
Our 17th Annual Derm for the Non-Derm Conference was an overwhelming success with over 220 participants attending from around the world. Participants enjoyed the mini-symposia and workshops as well as the raffles and Tropical Reception.
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