Derm Pulse

Derm Pulse

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.
Do your peers share your traits?
Do your peers share your traits?Are you organized, logical and detailed? Quiet, compassionate, and creative? Select your personality type in our poll.
10 things never to say to your patients
10 things never to say to your patientsOur words carry tremendous weight. They can shape or misshape a patient’s perspective of you, of her condition, and of her treatment outcome. In the everyday hustle of seeing patients, these are things you should never say and why.
Top 5 pearls for overcoming patient noncompliance
Top 5 pearls for overcoming patient noncomplianceUp to 27% of acne patients don’t even get their prescriptions filled, let alone take them. So how do you increase compliance to get your patients well? Address the roadblocks, one expert says.
A few things about dermatologists [infographic]
A few things about dermatologists [infographic]The dermatologist community is ever-changing in many ways, including practice type and organization, lifestyle, and density from state to state. View this infographic to learn more.
In one word: what drew you to dermatology?
In one word: what drew you to dermatology?Dermatology Times invites you to share the one driving reason you entered the field of dermatology.