Total Time Commitment: 3 hrs 0 min
Participation Duration: 90 days
Group Size: 5 to 30 Group Members
Credits Available: 2.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) ™ 2.75 AANP Contact Hours

This online curriculum will examine the clinical characteristics, the current understanding of immuno-pathophysiology, and the psychosocial and quality of life impact of atopic dermatitis on patients across age groups. Strategies to individualize treatment for patients with atopic dermatitis will be discussed.


CME/CE Accreditation Information

Self Study

Live Group Discussions

  • Live Group Discussion # 1: Discuss the immunopathophysiology and comorbidities of AD with experts in AD

    The session will be focused on immunopathophysiology and comorbidities of AD, as well as a opportunity to address questions from the first few activities. This will be an informal discussion focused on real-world issues and challenges we face in managing pediatric and adult AD patients.

  • Live Group Discussion # 2: Discuss the comprehensive management of AD with experts

    In this discussion, we’ll focus on our experiences with the comprehensive treatment of AD. We’ll address issues related to topical, systemic, and combination therapy, and also discuss some of your submissions and comments from the Group Task.

Group Tasks

  • Group Task - Case : Let’s talk about Dylan

    The Group Task is focused on how to provide optimal care to Dylan, a 16-year old boy with an itchy rash on his face, neck, and arms. You’ll each be asked to describe one component of his management plan.

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Requirements:
Group leaders are dermatology specialists with expertise in managing atopic dermatitis
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