Derm Pulse

Derm Pulse

How dermatologists vacation
How dermatologists vacationWe asked, you shared. Here’s how dermatologists across the country are planning to spend their leisure time. See how your plans compare to your peers’.
Your personality type infograph
Your personality type infographWe asked you to pick the personality style which resonated with you. Here is how the dermatology population stacks up against the general United States.
How personality type impacts dermatology practice
How personality type impacts dermatology practiceBased on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), one expert explains how each of eight mental processes may impact interactions with patients and staff. By understanding our default processes, we can begin to identify blind-spots in our ways of interacting with others
In one word: Share your resolution with us
In one word: Share your resolution with usDermatology Times invites you to share the one resolution that you hope to stick with in 2016. We’ll share collected, anonymous responses in an upcoming post
When physicians struggle with mental health
When physicians struggle with mental healthEven the most brilliant physicians often lack the capacity to see inside their own heads or view themselves as others see them. They may neglect or fail to notice the obvious: Burnout, violation of boundaries, depression, anger, substance abuse. Or they may understand they’re in trouble, but fear letting anyone know about their struggles. Help is available when physicians need a path back to professional health. Learn more
What are your holiday plans?
What are your holiday plans?Stay-cation (Relaxing close to home) Vacation (Headed somewhere exotic) Event-cation (I coordinate with my favorite meeting destinations) No-cation (Who has time?!)
Which physician lifestyle issue is most important to you?
Which physician lifestyle issue is most important to you?In the midst of a changing healthcare climate, increased patient loads, new technologies, dermatologists are feeling the stress. Is there one particular pain point that is more important than another? You tell us and we’ll share the collected, anonymous responses in an upcoming post!
In one word: what drew you to dermatology?
In one word: what drew you to dermatology?Dermatology Times invited you to share the one driving reason you entered the field of dermatology. You told us, and we listened. Here are the results.
Top picks for holiday reading
Top picks for holiday readingThere’s nothing quite like curling up with a good book, especially during the cold winter months. Dermatologists on Dermatology Times’ editorial board shared the recent books they said might make great holiday reads.
8 simple tips for happy patients
8 simple tips for happy patientsUnhappy patients discourage dermatologists and staff, and they result in negative feedback and business loss. What turns anxious and grumpy into calm and happy? A few of Dermatology Times’ Editorial Advisory Board members share their favorite tricks.