The Blog of the Skin Care Network

Welcome to the Skin Care Network! This site was developed by the clinical and editorial team of Lippincott's in collaboration with the Dermatology Nurses' Association and the American Society of Plastic Surgical Nurses. Our goal is to share with you all the dermatology and skin care content from Lippincott's vast collection of nursing journals and keep you up-to-date with the latest research, news, and information your patients may be reading or hearing about in the media.

Please take some time to explore our site. Here are some highlights that I don't want you to miss:
  • In News, you'll discover the latest research findings and evidence-based practice recommendations, as well as links to related mainstream media items that your patients may ask about.
  • In Tools & Resources, we've organized content by clinical topic, created a page with all our dermatology and skin care continuing education opportunities, and compiled patient education tools for you to share with your patients.
  • In Multimedia, find podcasts of presentations from Lippincott's nursing conferences. More resources will be coming soon to this section!
  • Also learn more about the Dermatology Nurses' Association and the American Society of Plastic Surgical Nurses on our Society Partners page and the Journal of the Dermatology Nurses Association (JDNA), Plastic Surgical Nursing (PSN), and The Nurse Practitioner by visiting the Journals page.
Thank you for visiting ~ I hope you find the Skin Care Network to be a valuable resource to meet your professional needs!

Posted by Lisa Morris Bonsall on 7/8/2011 8:20:37 PM
Tags: dermatology,nurses,skin care
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