JDD CME library offers virtual learning during COVID-19

March 20, 2020

The Journal of Drugs in Dermatology is making additional resources available to medical professionals who wish to continue their education in light of medical conference cancelations due to COVID-19.

With ever-growing cancellations of medical conferences due to the coronavirus, the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology (JDD) announces it is now offering supplementary resources through its continuing medical education (CME) online library to medical professionals who wish to continue their education.

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“The JDD CME library is now updated to accommodate a growing demand for online CME resources. We expect this demand to grow in light of the cancellation of some medical meetings due to the global COVID-19 situation,” says Shelley Tanner, CEO and president of SanovaWorks, which produces JDD.

The resources include quick, free activities facilitated through Creighton University Health Sciences Continuing Education. Topics vary from aesthetics to medical treatments for common skin diseases, such as rosacea and acne, and a few activities revolve around JDD’s monthly podcast hosted by Adam Friedman, M.D., George Washing University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. 

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“The opportunity to learn virtually not only increases accessibility but also provides access to the latest research from the JDD,” says Tanner.

The educational content can be found at jddonline.com/cme.

References:

JDD CME LIBRARY OFFERS NEW CONTENT; HELPS MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS LEARN VIRTUALLY DURING COVID-19. The Journal of Drugs in Dermatology. March 2020.