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Official Podcast feed of MDedge Dermatology and Cutis Peer-to-Peer, part of the Medscape Professional Network. Weekly episodes include the latest in Dermatology News and peer-to-peer interviews with Doctor Vincent A. DeLeo, MD, and Dr. Candrice Heath, MD. Plus, resident discussions geared toward physicians-in-training. The information in this podcast is provided for informational and educational purposes only.

Official Podcast feed of MDedge Dermatology and Cutis Peer-to-Peer, part of the Medscape Professional Network. Weekly episodes include the latest in Dermatology News and peer-to-peer interviews with Doctor Vincent A. DeLeo, MD, and Dr. Candrice Heath, MD. Plus, resident discussions geared toward physicians-in-training. The information in this podcast is provided for informational and educational purposes only.

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Official Podcast feed of MDedge Dermatology and Cutis Peer-to-Peer, part of the Medscape Professional Network. Weekly episodes include the latest in Dermatology News and peer-to-peer interviews with Doctor Vincent A. DeLeo, MD, and Dr. Candrice Heath, MD. Plus, resident discussions geared toward physicians-in-training. The information in this podcast is provided for informational and educational purposes only.

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English

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Episodes

Teledermatology beyond the COVID-19 pandemic

3/4/2021
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, telemedicine largely was underutilized in dermatology. Vincent A. DeLeo, MD, talks to George Han, MD, PhD, about the progression of the reimbursement process and the roadblocks encountered with the expansion of telemedicine. “To me, telemedicine really represents the opportunity to make a dent in access to care ... expanding our access to care, especially in underserved areas in places where a lot of people have barriers, people of lower socioeconomic status,...

Duration:00:19:20

Applying for dermatology residency as a student of color

2/25/2021
To truly increase diversity in dermatology, students of color need to be encouraged that dermatology is achievable. In this resident takeover, Sophie A. Greenberg, MD (@sophiegreenberg), talks to Nicole A. Negbenebor, MD (Instagram: @naijalatte), about her personal experience navigating dermatology residency as an applicant of color. “Dermatology is such a wonderful field and I feel that it has had the ability to impact so many different people, different socioeconomic statuses, different...

Duration:00:12:37

Psychcast/Dermatology Weekly crossover episode: Delusions of infestation

2/18/2021
Lorenzo Norris, MD, host of MDedge Psychcast, talks with Scott A. Norton, MD, MPH, MSc, and John Koo, MD, about delusions of infestation, weighing in on the diagnosis and management of patients with this challenging disorder, and more. Dr. Norton is a dermatologist and preventive medicine specialist at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Md. Dr. Koo is professor of dermatology at the University of California, San Francisco, and is a dermatologist and...

Duration:00:58:18

Top apps for dermatology education

2/11/2021
Mobile applications are useful to educate medical students and trainees; however, there is no objective method to assess their quality. Vincent A. DeLeo, MD, talks to Babar Rao, MD, about determining the usefulness and credibility of dermatology educational apps including factors such as affordability, accuracy, and ease of use. “I think we will be dependent on digital learning, so the only way to really move forward is to get involved. ... I think we have to get involved and make sure that...

Duration:00:15:13

Rural dermatology training and expanding access to care

2/4/2021
Transcript of this episode is avaiable at: https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/946600?src= Access to dermatologic care in rural areas is a growing problem. Dr. Vincent DeLeo talks to Robert T. Brodell, MD; Cindy Firkins Smith, MD; and medical student Alexandra Streifel about the influence of rural clinical experiences during residency, which may increase the likelihood of trainees establishing a practice in these isolated areas. “Rural areas are tremendously underserved. [Patients] are...

Duration:00:18:00

Counseling patients on diet and common skin conditions; plus, acne guidelines

1/28/2021
In the news: Dermatologist survey spotlights psoriasis care deficiencies in reproductive-age women Expert panel addresses gaps in acne guidelines * * * There is strong evidence for a relationship between diet and various skin conditions. In this resident takeover, Daniel R. Mazori, MD, talks to Sophie A. Greenberg, MD (@sophiegreenberg), about the role of diet in acne, psoriasis, and atopic dermatitis. Because patients and parents of pediatric patients often inquire about diet in...

Duration:00:15:36

Biologics for pediatric psoriasis and atopic dermatitis

1/21/2021
In the news: Pityriasis rosea carries few risks for pregnant women Adjuvant nivolumab plus ipilimumab shows strong results in resected stage IV melanoma * * * Because psoriasis and atopic dermatitis (AD) can greatly affect quality of life in pediatric patients, the development of treatments with low-side effect profiles and less laboratory monitoring is essential. Vincent A. DeLeo, MD, talks to Amy S. Paller, MD, and Jennifer B. Scott, MD, about biologics approved for psoriasis and AD in...

Duration:00:20:24

Pigmentary changes resulting from cancer therapies in skin of color patients; fillers and COVID vaccines

1/7/2021
Dermatology News: Swedish registry study finds atopic dermatitis significantly associated with autoimmune diseases Guidance issued on COVID vaccine use in patients with dermal fillers * * * Dermatologic adverse events can present differently in patients with skin of color (SOC) than in White patients. In this episode, Candrice R. Heath, MD (@DrCandriceHeath), talks to Sarah J. Noor, MD, and medical student Dulce Barrios about how skin toxicities from systemic cancer therapies and...

Duration:00:31:07

Top peer-to-peer interviews in 2020

12/24/2020
This year's top peer-to-peer interviews focus on diversity in residency training, the response to COVID-19 in academic dermatology, and tips for preparing for virtual residency interviews. 1. Diversity in residency training 2. Academic dermatology's response to COVID-19 3. Preparing for virtual residency interviews Email Dermatology Weekly at podcasts@mdedge.com

Duration:01:03:37

How to work up and treat vitiligo patients, plus reports from the MedscapeLive Pediatric and Women's Dermatology Seminar

12/17/2020
Dermatology News: https://bit.ly/37mGA2dhttps://bit.ly/34mCWn0 * * * Managing vitiligo can be difficult for both patients and physicians. In this episode, guest host Seemal R. Desai, MD, (@SeemalRDesaiMD) talks to Pearl E. Grimes, MD, about how to better classify vitiligo disease status and parameters that impact treatment choice. “There are some aspects of classification that are really key from a therapeutic as well as a prognostic perspective. The things that I look at on a day-to-day...

Duration:00:31:12

Pediatric procedural dermatology plus, CDC shortens quarantine and ‘impressive’ results with neoadjuvant T-VEC in advanced melanoma

12/10/2020
Dermatology News: https://bit.ly/3a6a7PJhttps://bit.ly/39UEwA3https://bit.ly/3qGIGSn * * * Procedural interventions in pediatric patients require special tools. Vincent A. DeLeo, MD, talks to Craig N. Burkhart, MD, MS, MPH, about dermatologic procedures in children, such as laser treatment of birthmarks or excisional mole removal. When considering general anesthesia use in children, Dr. Burkhart reflects that, “if [the patient is] a child that sits for a vaccination without a problem,...

Duration:00:17:53

Optical coherence tomography imaging in different skin types, plus new indication for apremilast

12/3/2020
Dermatology News: https://bit.ly/3lx1zTZhttps://bit.ly/33Dx0Wrhttps://bit.ly/39yJjXS * * * Advances in noninvasive skin imaging present new opportunities for inclusion and equitable treatment of patients with skin of color. In this episode, Candrice R. Heath, MD (@DrCandriceHeath), talks to Josèe Smith and Steven Daveluy, MD, about the use of optical coherence tomography (OCT) to establish a baseline for all skin types can improve how dermatologists process pathology in the skin. They...

Duration:00:32:08

Derm Residents: Nail unit squamous cell carcinoma; and merino wool for atopic derm and tildrakizumab is durable

11/26/2020
Dermatology News: https://bit.ly/3fFHQQIhttps://bit.ly/3l1Z0c9https://bit.ly/33ee0O2 * * * Nail unit squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is difficult to diagnose or suspect clinically because of its tendency to present as nonspecific nail plate changes. The tumors usually are painless and asymptomatic, leading to a delay in diagnosis. In this resident takeover, Daniel R. Mazori, MD, talks to Mohammed Dany, MD, PhD, about nail unit SCC and the importance of early diagnosis to avoid local...

Duration:00:22:01

Health disparities brought to light by COVID-19, plus a hospital at home for COVID patients

11/19/2020
Dermatology News: https://www.mdedge.com/dermatology/article/231855/gynecologic-cancer/low-threshold-biopsy-atypical-lesions-may-id-vulvar https://www.mdedge.com/dermatology/article/231815/cad-atherosclerosis/chronic-inflammatory-diseases-vary-widely-chd-risk https://www.mdedge.com/dermatology/article/232113/coronavirus-updates/hospital-home-increases-covid-capacity-large-study The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many longstanding health disparities to the forefront, particularly within...

Duration:00:43:24

Pediatric atopic dermatitis - What's new? Plus, depression risk with isotretinoin; topical tapinarof is effective

11/12/2020
Dermatology News: https://bit.ly/32AioXphttps://bit.ly/3pma0o0https://bit.ly/3f0DcMV * * * Keeping up with the literature on atopic dermatitis (AD) is a challenge, with eight new articles posted on PubMed a day in 2020. Vincent A. DeLeo, MD, talks to Lawrence F. Eichenfield, MD, about quality of life in pediatric AD patients and how the condition affects parents/guardians, particularly in the form of sleep disturbances. Dr. Eichenfield also discusses studies that explore the impact of...

Duration:00:27:28

Systemic bias in the dermatology residency selection process, plus a derivative of birch bark effective for epidermolysis bullosa

11/5/2020
Dermatology News: https://bit.ly/34YAqV0 https://bit.ly/385LFge https://bit.ly/385LFge * * * Peer-to-peer Underrepresented minority (URM) students often lack the resources needed to successfully navigate careers in medicine. In this episode, Candrice Heath, MD, (@DrCandriceHeath) talks to Alfredo Siller, MD, and Amit Pandya, MD, about the influence of social and cultural capital on a URM applicant’s competitiveness for dermatology residency programs. They discuss factors that impede...

Duration:00:33:49

Improving diversity in dermatology education resources; plus risks of COVID in psoriasis patients and red hair linked with CRP?

10/29/2020
Dermatology news: https://bit.ly/3jwNc0Qhttps://bit.ly/2HyJRSbhttps://bit.ly/2HKjF6w * * * Dermatologists must feel comfortable and confident in diagnosing skin conditions in patients with skin of color, which begins during residency. In this resident takeover, Daniel R. Mazori, MD, and Nadine Shabeeb, MD, MPH, discuss how images of skin of color are greatly underrepresented in dermatology education resources, specifically textbooks and online resources. “We really rely on our textbooks...

Duration:00:36:42

Guidelines for using phototherapy in psoriasis patients; plus, women in pediatric dermatology

10/22/2020
Dermatology News: https://bit.ly/3jmv2ia https://bit.ly/35nNdir https://bit.ly/3dKwhXg * * * Psoriasis patients who are pregnant or those seeking a medication-free treatment may benefit from phototherapy. Vincent A. DeLeo, MD, talks to George Han, MD, PhD, and Jashin J. Wu, MD, about the joint guidelines from the American Academy of Dermatology and National Psoriasis Foundation for psoriasis treatment with phototherapy. They provide tips for getting patients started on phototherapy and...

Duration:00:26:46

Looking back on retinoid discovery and development with Dr. James Leyden

10/15/2020
In this week’s podcast, Dermatology News columnist Leslie S. Baumann, MD, interviews James J. Leyden, MD, emeritus professor of dermatology at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, about his significant ​research contributions in the field of dermatology, including finding the cure for diaper rash and the development of retinoids for acne and photoaging. Dr. Leyden also recounts his experience working with Albert Kligman, MD, at the University of Pennsylvania and how they changed the...

Duration:00:47:35

Shingrix vaccine effective in older adults with immune-mediated disorders and opening a dermatology practice during the COVID-19 pandemic

10/8/2020
Dermatology News: https://bit.ly/2GrMy7zhttps://bit.ly/36Dq2TLhttps://bit.ly/34CNEoM * * * Managing a private medical practice has changed drastically in 2020. In this episode, Candrice Heath, MD (@DrCandriceHeath), talks to Caroline Robinson, MD (on Instagram @crobinsonmd; on Twitter @crobinsonmd1), about her experience opening a new dermatology practice during the COVID-19 pandemic. They discuss important safety measures when establishing the office work flow, including offering...

Duration:00:36:28