Diversity in Medicine
Underrepresented Minority Students Applying to Dermatology Residency in the COVID-19 Era: Challenges and Considerations
Underrepresented minority (URM) in medicine residency applicants might be negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dermatologic disease in patients without housing (NWH) has not been well characterized. We present a retrospective cohort study delineating...
Working through the complications from unfamiliar cosmetic choices depends on acceptance and an open mind.
Skin of Color
Skin of Color in Preclinical Medical Education: A Cross-Institutional Comparison and A Call to Action
The objective of this study was to determine if the preclinical dermatology curriculum at 3 US medical schools provided adequate representation of...
The incidence of prurigo pigmentosa, which might most affect patients of Asian heritage, is on the rise.
From the Journals
U.S. study finds racial, gender differences in surgical treatment of dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans
Black and Hispanic males are more often treated with wide local excision than with Mohs surgery for dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans.
She imparts a shared experience of being a minority in the field and helps prepare them for the challenges of facing racism.
Dx Across the Skin Color Spectrum
A 27-year-old Hispanic woman with comedonal and inflammatory acne. Erythema is prominent around the inflammatory lesions. Note the pustule on the...
Four dermatologists tracking standards of beauty in ethnic groups agree that tastes and perceptions have changed.
Journals that publish skin of color articles play a critical role in reducing educational gaps and ultimately help improve patient care for those...
A 40-year-old man presented for evaluation of a thick verrucous plaque throughout the scalp extending onto the forehead; thick plaques on the...