Shaping the Future: Insights from the AAD President on Dermatology’s Critical Issues
Cutaneous Miscellaneous: The Dermatology Residents Podcast
by Dermsquared
4d ago
In episode 23 of Cutaneous Miscellaneous, our host, Nicholas Brownstone, MD, speaks with Terrence A. Cronin Jr, MD, FAAD, and President of the American Academy of Dermatology for 2023-2024 term. The episode focuses policy issues affecting dermatology residents now and in the future. Dr Cronin specifically discusses the Medicare physician pay cuts, misinformation on social media, scope-of-practice creep, and truth in advertising. Dr Brownstone asks Dr Cronin what dermatology residents and dermatologists can do to help fix these frustrating issues within our field. Dr Cronin also gives some hi ..read more
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Hair Loss Hotline
Cutaneous Miscellaneous: The Dermatology Residents Podcast
by Dermsquared
1M ago
In episode 22 of Cutaneous Miscellaneous, our host, Nicholas Brownstone, MD, speaks with Hannah Kopelman, DO, a fellowship-trained physician in hair loss disorders and the host of the popular Derm Club podcast. The episode focuses on hair loss. Dr Brownstone and Dr Kopelman discuss board review tips, keys to diagnosis, counseling pearls, treatment options, and many other high-yield pearls for the following nonscarring and scarring hair diseases: androgenetic alopecia, telogen effluvium, alopecia areata, lichen planopilaris/front fibrosing alopecia, and central centrifugal cicatricial alopecia ..read more
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Lasers 101
Cutaneous Miscellaneous: The Dermatology Residents Podcast
by Dermsquared
2M ago
In episode 21 of Cutaneous Miscellaneous, our host, Nicholas Brownstone, MD, chats with Rishi Chopra, MD, MS, FAAD, a board-certified dermatologist at Union Derm in New York City who recently completed his fellowship in advanced laser surgery and cosmetic dermatology at Harvard Medical School. The episode begins with board review on lasers. Dr Chopra highlights which topics are high yield for the CORE exam and which are not. Dr Brownstone also discusses some board-relevant pearls and mnemonics for laser tattoo removal. In the main part of the episode, Dr Chopra explains basic laser principle ..read more
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Dermatopathology: Improving Your Skills and Matching Into Fellowship
Cutaneous Miscellaneous: The Dermatology Residents Podcast
by Dermsquared
3M ago
In episode 20 of Cutaneous Miscellaneous, our host, Nicholas Brownstone, MD, sits down with “Dermatopathology Celebrity” Jerad Gardner, MD. The episode begins with board review on dermatopathology. Dr Brownstone asks Dr Gardner for advice on preparing for the dermatopathology CORE exam and dermatopathology content on the APPLIED exam. Dr Gardner also reviews how to correctly recognize and diagnose the 4 main entities in the “paisley-tie” or “tadpole” differential. In the main part of the episode, Dr Gardner discusses how to learn and improve your dermatopathology knowledge throughout the entir ..read more
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Policy and Legislative Issues Residents Have to Know About
Cutaneous Miscellaneous: The Dermatology Residents Podcast
by Dermsquared
4M ago
In episode 19 of Cutaneous Miscellaneous, our host, Nicholas Brownstone, MD, sits down with Aamir Hussain, MD, MAPP, health policy expert and dermatologist practicing in northern Virginia. The episode begins with board review on mastocytosis. Dr Hussain discusses high-yield board review pearls including mutations, lab values, internal manifestations, pathology stains, mast cell degranulators, and morphology. He provides some of his favorite mnemonics to help remember the important points for the exam. In the main part of the episode, Dr Hussain discusses important policy and legislative issu ..read more
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Building Your Brand as a Dermatologist
Cutaneous Miscellaneous: The Dermatology Residents Podcast
by Dermsquared
5M ago
In episode 18 of Cutaneous Miscellaneous, our host, Nicholas Brownstone, MD, speaks with Jacqueline Fisher, DO, a board-certified dermatologist and CEO/owner of CincySkin Medical & Cosmetic Dermatology in Cincinnati, OH. The episode begins with board review on rosacea. Dr Brownstone discusses key facts on rosacea and reviews the important rosacea subtypes. Dr Fischer then reviews rosacea variants along with the details mostly likely to show up on board exams. Dr Fischer also shares her method on how to best counsel patients on a diagnosis of rosacea in the clinic. In the main part of ..read more
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Transitioning from Resident to Attending
Cutaneous Miscellaneous: The Dermatology Residents Podcast
by Dermsquared
6M ago
In episode 17 of Cutaneous Miscellaneous, our host Nicholas Brownstone, MD, chats with Luke Maxfield, DO, a social media star and board-certified dermatologist at Anne Arundel Dermatology in North Carolina.  The episode begins with board review on surgical dermatology. Dr Maxfield provides some tips on answering questions regarding surgical dermatology on the CORE and APPLIED exams. He specifically discusses which resources he thinks are the most helpful when studying this topic.    In the main part of the episode, Dr Maxfield provides advice on how to successfully transiti ..read more
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Starting a Private Practice in Dermatology
Cutaneous Miscellaneous: The Dermatology Residents Podcast
by Dermsquared
8M ago
In episode 15 of Cutaneous Miscellaneous, our host Nicholas Brownstone, MD, chats with Michael Cameron, MD, Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology at Mount Sinai and founder of Cameron Dermatology, a private practice in New York City. The episode begins with board review and practical tips on JAK inhibitors. Dr Cameron discusses the lessons learned from the ORAL Surveillance trial and focuses on safety of JAK inhibitor use in dermatology patients. He discusses how to counsel patients on the potential safety concerns with JAK inhibitors and offers his thoughts on what kinds of questio ..read more
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Medicolegal Principles Dermatology Residents Have to Know About
Cutaneous Miscellaneous: The Dermatology Residents Podcast
by Dermsquared
8M ago
In episode 4 of Cutaneous Miscellaneous, our host Nicholas Brownstone, MD speaks with Whitney High, MD, JD, MEng, who is a Professor of Dermatology at University of Colorado School of Medicine. The episode begins with board review prep on dermatologic emergencies. Dr. Brownstone asks Dr. High for tips about answering exam questions about the following diseases: DRESS syndrome, Stevens Johnson Syndrome, Erythema Multiforme and Staph Scalded Skin Syndrome. The remainder of the episode is spent discussing important medicolegal issues in dermatology residency. Dr. Brownstone asks Dr. High for tips ..read more
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How To Be A Social Media Star Featuring Dr. Muneeb Shah
Cutaneous Miscellaneous: The Dermatology Residents Podcast
by Dermsquared
8M ago
In episode 2 of Cutaneous Miscellaneous, our host Nicholas Brownstone, MD speaks with Muneeb Shah, DO who is Chief Dermatology Resident at Campbell University in Wilmington, NC and has over 16 million followers on social media. Dr. Brownstone asks Dr. Shah for tips on taking the dermatology residency in-service exams, and about how to start and maintain a successful social media presence. Dr. Shah talks about how to get and maintain brand partnerships within the dermatology space. He also highlights important ethical and medicolegal guidelines that residents should be aware of when postin ..read more
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