Skin of Color
Teledermatology may play a role as a triage and monitoring tool to help
reduce unnecessary referrals and long wait times.
Sarah B. W. Patton, MSHS, PA-C, and Justin Love, PA-C, MPAS,
There can be benefits to interaction with industry, but it’s essential to be aware of potential pitfalls.
Greg Stevens, PA-C, MPAS
Those who treat patients may use social media in professional settings, but caution is in order.
Sarah B. W. Patton, MSHS, PA-C
All communication should be thoughtful and intentional. Where does technology fit in?
Amber Blair, MMS, PA-C, and Mark Hyde, PhD, PA-C
From an original 49 members, the SDPA has grown to include 3,500 dermatology
PAs and introduced numerous initiatives to support dermatology.
Joleen M. Volz, MPAS, PA-C, DFAAPA
A new initiative is intended to improve medical outcomes and enhance the patient care experience.
Joleen M. Volz, MPAS, PA-C, DFAAPA, and Jennifer Winter, MPAS, PA-C
Now in its third year, the DPAF continues its focus on philanthropy, education, and research.
Jennifer M. Conner, MPAS, PA-C
Up to half of dermatologists in the US work with a PA or NP. Here's what to know about PAs and their role in practice.
Jennifer Winter, MPAS, PA-C
Taking on leadership roles can do much more than make you a better communicator and more effective provider.
John Notabartolo, MPAS, PA-C, DFAAPA
In order to ensure correct billing—and reimbursements—it is important to understand incident to policies.
Jennifer Winter, MS, PA-C
The SDPA has launched the Diplomate Fellowship, the premier training program for dermatology PAs.
Amber Blair, PA-C, and Kristin Rygg, PA-C
The SDPA Board of Directors
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