Dermatology Tools & Resources

As a clinician, you need to have the latest information and dermatology resources organized and at your fingertips. The skin is the largest organ of the human body and the least protected. We’re pleased to provide you with a wealth of skin care and dermatology resources and tools, such as dermatology articles and other dermatology resources, from our professional journals. The vast number of dermatologic disorders and treatment options are presented in our nursing journals specifically for you, practicing nurses and nurse practitioners.

Our dermatology resources are organized into three main areas to help you get the most out of all the tools and information we offer. Clinical Update includes an ever-growing catalog of dermatology articles and dermatology resources organized by disease or clinical topic. The Patient Education section provides you with tools to share with your patients and keep them informed about their care. CE articles for dermatology practitioners are compiled to allow you access to all our dermatology and skin care continuing education opportunities in a single location so you can easily find what you are looking for and meet your licensure and certification needs.

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