Ep 73: Pediatric Dermatology in Canada - A Call to Action with Dr Elena Pope
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by Canadian Dermatology Association
6d ago
"In the past ten years only seven dermatology trained individuals pursued fellowship training in pediatric dermatology and only five of those people are still in Canada." Dr Elena Pope joins Kirk Barber for a conversation about her article in the November-December issue of the JCMS: “Pediatric Dermatology in Canada: A Broad Review of Population Needs, Workforce and Training With Proposed Solutions.” It is a fascinating and important conversation about an article that Kirk describes as a call to action to fix the crisis in pediatric dermatology. Dr Elena Pope is the Division Head of Paediatric ..read more
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Ep 72: Injection Site Reactions with Dr Ron Vender
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by Canadian Dermatology Association
5M ago
"I think it's important to ask the patient, 'Are you comfortable with the injection and are you having any discomfort from it?'" Dr Ron Vender is back on the podcast, joining Kirk to discuss his July/August article in the Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery titled: "A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Injection Site Reactions in Randomized-Controlled Trials of Biologic Injections." There are a lot of great clinical pearls in this discussion, and Kirk says he enjoyed the time, expertise and insights Dr Vender brought to this common problem, or not so common problem, as their convers ..read more
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Ep 71: Melanoma Surveillance with Dr Raed Alhusayen
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by Canadian Dermatology Association
6M ago
Kirk is very happy to have Dr Raed Alhusayen back on the podcast to discuss the fascinating article about melanoma surveillance he co-authored in the September-October issue of the Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery: "Surveillance After a Previous Cutaneous Melanoma Diagnosis: A Scoping Review of Melanoma Follow-Up Guidelines."  There are a lot of great pearls to be found in this interview. The article is open access on the JCMS website. His co-authors are: Leah Johnston, Samantha Starkey, Ilya Mukovozov, Lynne Robertson and Teresa Petrella. Dr Raed Alhusayen is a Clinici ..read more
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Ep 70: Preventing Laser Eye Injuries with Dr Vincent Richer
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by Canadian Dermatology Association
6M ago
Kirk is thrilled to welcome Dr Vincent Richer back to the podcast to talk about a vitally important issue, in an episode Kirk describes as "a real treat." The two of them discuss the fascinating article Dr Richer co-authored in the September/October issue of the JCMS titled: “Preventing Eye Injuries From Light and Laser-Based Dermatologic Procedures: A Practical Review.” The article is open access on the JCMS website.  Dr Richer's co-author is UBC's Dr Caitlyn Glover. Dr. Vincent Richer is a medical and cosmetic Dermatologist at Pacific Derm in Vancouver and is a Clinical Assist ..read more
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Ep 69 Itchy Red Bump Disease with Dr Steven Feldman
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by Canadian Dermatology Association
6M ago
Kirk is thrilled to have Dr Steven Feldman back on the podcast for a fascinating and wide ranging conversation on Papular Dermatitis, or as it's more broadly known, Itchy Red Bump disease. The conversation is based on the letter Dr Feldman published in the July/August 2023 issue of the Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery titled: Characterizing the Treatment of Papular Dermatitis: A Retrospective Chart Review. His co authors are Rachel E. Tao, Mallory L. Zaino, Katherine R. Salisbury and Joseph L. Jorizzo Dr Feldman is a Professor of Dermatology, Pathology and Public H ..read more
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Ep 68: Psychodermatology with Dr Marlene Dytoc
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by Canadian Dermatology Association
7M ago
We're thrilled to have Dr Marlene Dytoc back on the podcast. In this episode she and Kirk discuss the fascinating article she co-authored in the March/April edition of the Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery titled: "Pharmacological Interventions for Primary Psychodermatologic Disorders: An Evidence Mapping and Appraisal of Randomized Controlled Trials." Kirk and Marlene really bring the world of psychodermatology alive in this thoughtful and wide ranging discussion. Dr Dytoc's co-authors are Tarek Turk, Chaocheng Liu, Esther Fujiwara, Sebastian Straube, Reidar Hagtve ..read more
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Ep 67: The AI Revolution and Dermatology with Stanford's Dr Zhuo Ran Cai
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by Canadian Dermatology Association
7M ago
"Recent research proved that ChatGPT shows more empathy when they reply to patient messages than real physicians." Today we’ll be talking about a truly fascinating topic, something that is really front and center in medicine, academia and almost every walk of life, Artificial Intelligence. What is AI? What are its benefits and dangers? How will it change the way we work and live, and practice as dermatologists and academics. We’re lucky to have as our guest someone who is doing a lot of ground breaking work and thinking on this topic. Dr Zhuo Ran Cai is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the ..read more
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Ep 44 - Soft Tissue Filler Therapy and Informed Consent with Dr John Arlette
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by Canadian Dermatology Association
7M ago
"Informed consent is your responsibility no matter what. It doesn't matter how many assistants that you have, it doesn't matter who you delegated to, how they word it, in the end it's 'did you talk to the patient about the risk.'" In this fascinating second part of this interview on the risks of iatropic blindness in soft tissue filler therapy, host Dr Kirk Barber talks to Dr John Arlette about the responsibility of doctors in getting informed consent from patients. The interview is based on Dr Arlette's article in the Jan/Feb edition of the Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery titled: "S ..read more
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Ep 43 - Dr John Arlette - Prevention and Management of Filler Induced Iatrogenic Blindness - Pt 1
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by Canadian Dermatology Association
7M ago
Dr John Arlette joins Kirk Barber to discuss his article, "Prevention and Management of Filler Induced Iatrogenic Stroke of the Eye," from the September/October edition of the Journal Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery.  In this fascinating and important conversation, Kirk and John discuss the rare but potentially life altering instances of blindness caused by filler injections. In the past few decades, minimally-invasive esthetic treatments and the use of injectable Hyaluronic Acid Gels and other filling agents to treat facial esthetics have increased dramatically. Although extremely ra ..read more
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Ep 42 - Dr Raed Alhusayen - Ultrasound Imaging in Dermatology
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by Canadian Dermatology Association
7M ago
Dr Raed Alhusayen joins Kirk Barber to discuss his article, "Overview of Ultrasound Imaging Applications in Dermatology," from the September/October edition of the Journal Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery. Currently, the most readily available technologies used by dermatologists include dermoscopy and photography. But ultrasound is emerging as a useful, non-invasive tool, which can help with early and more accurate diagnosis. In this fascinating conversation, Raed and Kirk talk about why complete visualization of lesions is critical for the accurate diagnosis and management of dermatological dis ..read more
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