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.
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...
Opportunities that exist for dermatologists to reconnect with their communities, advocate for causes distinctive to the specialty, and care for...
The Cutis Editorial Board is now accepting applications for the 2022 Resident Corner column. All materials should be submitted via email...
Our cross-sectional online survey studied the role of apps in dermatology resident training.
The authors provide 10 tips in an effort to establish a code of conduct at the microscope.
Several resources for exploring ethical issues in dermatology are available and can be utilized to create a formal curriculum alongside the more...
The changes to US Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 1 were met with mixed reactions from dermatology program directors.
Participating in a multidisciplinary tumor board allows residents to learn more about how to manage and treat high-risk skin cancers. The...
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Long-Distance Dermatology: Lessons From an Interview on Remote Practice During a Pandemic and Beyond
This interview provides one recent dermatology resident graduate’s experiences incorporating teledermatology into his practice model and provides...