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Topics in Dermatology and Essential Non-Clinical Skills for Physicians
9-Night Southeast Coast & Bahamas Cruise
Round-trip Baltimore, Maryland
March 28 - April 6, 2019
21 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
21 Contact Hours
3½ Hours of Pharmacology for NPs
$1,095 for Physicians, Attorneys, Psychologists, Doctors of Pharmacy & Dentists
$850 for Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners
$695 Nurses & Others
BIAS FREE CME - No Commercial Support was provided for this CME activity.
- How adults learn
- Apply Malcolm Knowles' principles of adult education to teaching and training in the healthcare setting, and apply Jon O. Neher&aposs Five Microskills of Teaching.
- Creating effective learning objectives
- Develop singular, measurable, and appropriate learning objectives for a variety of skills and content areas.
- Basics of instructional design
- Differentiate between the ADDIE and the ASSURE models for instructional design, and create an effective learner centered training module.
Research Design and Problem Solving:
- Plan specific formative and summative assessments and apply to "teach back" method to basic instructions and tasks.
- Problem Identification
- Analyze a situation and define the problem in observable, measurable, and unbiased terms.
- Research methodologies
- Match basic research question 'types' to the appropriate methodology.
- Know the biological effects of UVL
- Recognize impact on skin
- Know how to block UVL
- Describe Vitamin D & sunlight interactions
- Seborrheic Dermatitis
- Differentiate among 4 red face rashes: acne rosacea, acne vulgaris, perioral dermatitis & seborrheic dermatitis
- Be able to treat effectively
- Manage recurrences.
- Acne Vulgaris
- Distinguish acne vulgaris from other red facial rashes
- know the factors causing acne vulgaris
- Direct treatment to each factor
- Recognize & manage side effects.
- Atopic Dermatitis
- Describe 5 pathogenic factors of atopic dermatitis (dryness, infection, contactants, pruritus, & allergy)
- Instruct patient & family in managing these 5 factors
- Impart knowledge of prognosis & genetics.
- Herpes Zoster
- Manage acute herpes zoster to reduce acute pain, prevent post-herpetic neuralgia, shorten the course & prevent complications
- Use the zoster vaccine effectively
- Use knowledge of epidemiology for prevention & treatment.
- Differentiate cellulitis from pseudo-cellulitis
- Assess the patient for precipitating causes
- Treat as an outpatient
- Manage causes to prevent recurrences.
- Psoriasis Vulgaris
- Be able to differentiate psoriasis, the marker disease for the papulosquamous diseases, from the others.
- Manage comorbidities of psoriasis
- Manage mild cases
- Know when to refer patients with psoriasis for speciality care.
- Burning Mouth Syndrome
- Assess the patient with symptoms of a sore, burning mouth for multiple potential causes
- Develop a plan to manage each of the causes
- Reassure the patient that the prognosis is optimistic.
- Geographic Tongue
- Describe the lesions of geographic tongue
- Reassure the patient that the lesions do not represent a marker of disease
- Reassure the patient that the lesions resolve spontaneously.
- Basics of Patient Education and Training
- Basics of Research Design and Problem Solving
- Skills for Team Based Healthcare Delivery
We can assist you with all your travel arrangements. We'd be happy to help you plan your flights, hotels or tours before and/or after your cruise conference.
Adjunct Associate Professor of Graduate Medical Education
University of Louisville School of Medicine
Karen Hughes Miller, PhD, is recently retired as Associate Professor in the University of Louisville School of Medicine (U of L SOM) Office of Graduate Medical Education where her focus was on medical education research and curriculum planning. She oversaw the graduate non-clinical curriculum, and served on the U of L SOM Faculty Development Committee and QI and Patient Safety committees.
Dr. Miller has more than 50 publications and presentations. She has taught adult education, curriculum design, and assessment courses and workshops to undergraduate and graduate students, medical residents and fellows, and faculty. She is also experienced in teaching task analysis to educators and physicians.
Dr. Miller is Immediate Past Chair of the Association of American of Medical Colleges (AAMC) Southern Group on Education Affairs (SGEA), and the Immediate Past Chair of the AAMC Research in Medical Education (RIME) program selection committee.
Recipient of the American Academy of Dermatology's Master Dermatologist Award for 2015
Roy S. Rogers III, MD,
Dr. Roy S. Rogers, III is a Professor of Dermatology, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine. He practiced dermatology and oral dermatology at Mayo Clinic Rochester 1973-2010 and serves as a Consultant in Dermatology at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. Dr. Rogers served as student and then academic dean of the Mayo Medical School (1982-1989). He then became Dean, Mayo School of Health-Related Sciences for ten years. He was recognized as a Distinguished Educator by Mayo Clinic Rochester in 2004. Dr. Roy S. Rogers, III is a Professor of Dermatology, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine. He practiced dermatology and oral dermatology at Mayo Clinic Rochester 1973-2010 and serves as a Consultant in Dermatology at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. Dr. Rogers served as student and then academic dean of the Mayo Medical School (1982-1989). He then became Dean, Mayo School of Health-Related Sciences for ten years. He was recognized as a Distinguished Educator by Mayo Clinic Rochester in 2004.
Dr. Rogers was made an Honorary Member of the AAD in 2007. In 2010 he was accorded Honorary Membership in the British Society of Oral Medicine and was recognized as a Lifetime Career Educator by the Dermatology Foundation. In 2012, Dr. Rogers was made an Honorary Member of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology. In 2015, the 18,000 member AAD recognized him with the Master Dermatologist Award, an award given to one dermatologist a year.
Dr. Rogers has presented numerous named lectureships and served as Visiting Professor at many academic institutions in the United States, Canada, and around the world. In 1999, Dr. Rogers gave the first Ahmed Lecture at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. In 2000, Dr. Rogers was the keynote speaker at the first joint meeting of the British Society of Oral Medicine and the British Society of Oral Pathology. In addition, he gave the keynote address at the International Association of Oral Pathology later that year. Dr. Rogers has been recognized by the International League of Dermatological Societies for his dedication to international dermatological education with the recognition of having taught in 55 countries over the years.
Dr. Rogers completed his medical education at the Ohio State University College of Medicine and his internship at the Strong Memorial Hospital of the University of Rochester. He was a postdoctoral research fellow and resident in Dermatology at Duke University Medical Center. He then completed his training with an NIH fellowship and residency at Mayo Clinic where he earned his MS in Dermatology from the Mayo Graduate School of Medicine before joining the Staff of the Mayo Clinic in 1973. Dr. Rogers is certified in Dermatology, Dermatopathology and Dermatologic Immunopathology.