Shanna Miranti, MPAS, PA-C, Shares What She’s Looking Forward to at SDPA

As the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants Conference begins this week, speakers share what they’re excited about.

The 2022 Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants (SDPA) Conference starts November 17th and ends November 20th in Miami, Florida. Shanna Miranti, MPAS, certified physician assistant at Riverchase Dermatology in Naples, Florida, and one of the speakers at SDPA, shares what she is looking forward to at SDPA in an interview with Dermatology Times®.

“SDPA always delivers such incredible PA-focused education, along with phenomenally supportive and collaborative physicians,” said Miranti.

Miranti will be presenting “Treating “Warts and Molluscum and Kiddos... Oh MY!’” on November 18th, and she is also one of 4 speakers discussing “Kodachromes” on November 19th.

Video transcript:

Shanna Miranit, PA-C: Hi, everyone, my name is Shanna Miranti. I'm a physician assistant with Riverchase Dermatology in Naples, Florida. It has been my honor to be speaking again at this year's SDPA conference in Miami, Florida.

Kaitlyn Bader, Associate Editor: Thank you so much for joining me today. I truly appreciate your time. What are you most looking forward to at the upcoming SDPA conference in Miami, Florida?

Shanna Miranti, PA-C: I'm really excited about SDPA in Miami. SDPA is always one of the most premier conferences for dermatology PAs and nurse practitioners in the entire country, and I’m very excited to host it in my state of Florida. Miami is always a very exciting town. We're going to have record attendance this year. It's just going to be really great to get together with our dermatology PA colleagues, and truly learn from each other. I'm very passionate about teaching and I'm so incredibly honored to have been invited back to speak this year. SDPA always delivers such incredible, PA-focused education along with phenomenally supportive and collaborative physicians. So, I’m really looking forward to seeing what everybody has to say on the podium and just getting the time and energy and effort together with all of our colleagues.