As 2023 comes to a close, Dermatology Times is taking a look back at the updates and advances from nurse practitioners and physician assistants this year.
The need for physician assistants is expected to increase.
Atopic dermatitis is not a "one-size-fits-all" condition.
Miller shares upcoming news from the SDPA and important legislative updates for dermatology physician assistants.
Dermatology advanced practice providers work alongside physicians to improve patient care and access.
Discussing photoprotection with patients is crucial as “Melanoma May" kicks off this month.
Jennifer Orozco, DMSc, PA-C, DFAAPA, oversees the American Academy of Physician Associates and advocates for the role of PAs.
Bush revealed what she is looking forward to in the coming year and the goals she wants to accomplish.
From bug bites to poison ivy, the skin can be exposed to a large spectrum of trouble while patients spend extended time outside.
NPs and PAs in dermatology are encouraged to monitor their own cardiovascular health and support their peers.
Renata Block, MMS, PA-C, delves into the important and ever-evolving role of physician assistants in dermatology.
Dermatology Times, the SDPA, and more are celebrating the invaluable contributions of nurse practitioners in dermatology this NP Week (November 12-18).
The approval of Galderma’s Restylane Eyelight was one of Martin’s top highlights of 2023.
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