Monday Re-release: Influence of Gender and Sexual Identity in Adolescent Skin Health
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by Pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance
4d ago
Dr. Markus Boos discusses the influence of gender and sexual identity in adolescent skin health. His findings reiterate the importance of recognizing implicit bias and ensuring sexual/gender minority (SGM) children are being treated with the same holistic, respectful care as non-SGM children. Watch to learn more. To view the video presentation of this program, please click here ..read more
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Getting to Know Your Research: Emily Croce, PhD, MSN, APRN, CPNP-PC
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by Pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance
1w ago
Season four of Getting to Know You shakes up our format with a new twist. This season, we are getting to know the amazing research that PeDRA members are doing. In our first episode, nurse practitioner, Emily Croce, PhD, MSN, APRN, CPNP-PC talks us through her 2022 Childhood Eczema Challenge grant, The Role of Outdoor Air Pollution on Disease Burden and Racial Ethnic Disparities. Learn how this project made use of existing data to reveal some key findings, the tools and methodology used in this study, and how this project is going to fuel future research into the intersection of atopic disease ..read more
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Monday Re-release: Pediatric Reactive Granulomatous Dermatitis
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by Pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance
1w ago
Lisa Arkin, MD presents the findings of a PeDRA study: Clinical and Histologic Presentation of Pediatric Reactive Granulomatous Dermatitis. This program originally aired in May of 2020. To view the video version of this presentation, please click here ..read more
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Community Spotlight: The Association of Hidradenitis Suppurativa and Inflammatory Diseases
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by Pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance
1w ago
In this mini Community Spotlight, PeDRA shines a light on The Association of Hidradenitis Suppurativa and Inflammatory Diseases (AHSID). Learn about the work AHSID does for the patient and provider communities in an interview with founder and CEO Jasmine Espy. AHSID has volunteer opportunities! If you are interested in volunteering, please click here to apply. To view the video version of this interview, please click here ..read more
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Monday Re-release: Hamartomas & Midline Anomalies in Association with Infantile Hemangiomas, PHACE, and LUMBAR Syndromes
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by Pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance
2w ago
Olivia Davies, MD discusses the findings of a recent publication – Hamartomas and midline anomalies in association with infantile hemangiomas, PHACE, and LUMBAR syndromes. To view the video version of this program, please click here. This program originally aired in June of 2020 ..read more
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If My Hidradenitis Had a Voice, This is what it Would Say
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by Pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance
3w ago
Listen now to a special PeDRA Publication Presentation about a recent collaborative publication in the British Journal of Dermatology. Alexis Sokoloff is a young woman living with Down syndrome and hidradenitis suppurativa (HS), and together with Dr. Jillian Rork, Morgan Dykman, and Gwen Sokoloff, she discusses the publication and shares what she wants providers to know about treating HS in the Down syndrome community ..read more
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Monday Re-release: Reviewing and Publishing - How to Make an Impact in Pediatric Dermatology
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by Pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance
3w ago
Co-editors of Pediatric Dermatology, Lionel Bercovitch, MD, and Andrea Zaenglein, MD, and chair of PeDRA’s Outcomes Committee, Carrie Coughlin, MD, MPHS, offer guidance to reviewers on how to evaluate a manuscript and advice to authors on preparing a strong manuscript for submission. These skill sets are not only important for career success, but they help make a positive impact in the field of pediatric dermatology. To view the video version of this program, please click here. This program originally aired in July of 2022 ..read more
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Monday Re-release: Points of Discussion - EM, RIME, SJS-TEN: The Alphabet Soup of Blistering Severe Cutaneous Adverse Reactions
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by Pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance
1M ago
The Drugs and Bugs Focused Study Group presents a spirited conversation on whether Reactive Infectious Mucocutaneous Eruption (RIME) should be a separate condition from Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS). Moderated by Dr. Michele Ramien, Dr. Erin Mathes, and Dr. Yvonne Chiu debate RIME, SJS, and other blistering severe cutaneous adverse reactions. In this three-part miniseries, episode one presents the case for RIME, episode 2 states the case for SJS, and episode three is a moderated discussion between the two opposing sides to highlight the research still needed to come to a consensus, while ..read more
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Publication Presentation: Dupilumab Improves Clinical Scores in Children and Adolescents with Moderate to Severe AD
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by Pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance
1M ago
Past PeDRA Research Fellowship Grant recipient, Angel D. Pagan Gonzalez, MD, presents this single-site research study about the success of Dupilumab in children and adolescents. Dupilumab Improves Clinical Scores in Children and Adolescents with Moderate to Severe Atopic Dermatitis. To view the video version of this presentation, please click here ..read more
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Monday Re-release: Blistering Severe Cutaneous Adverse Reactions in Children
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by Pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance
1M ago
Blistering severe cutaneous adverse reaction in children: proposal for pediatric-focused clinical criteria. Dr. Michele Ramien summarizes a collaborative study on blistering severe cutaneous adverse reactions (SCAR) in children. It’s very important to diagnose these reactions early and accurately as they can be life-threatening. The study created categories that are more appropriate for diagnosing pediatric patients than what existed in the past. Watch to learn more about the impact on patients and the next steps. To view the video version of this program please click here ..read more
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