Highlights of the Skin Disease Education Foundation 10th Annual Psoriasis Forum

Mar
2014
Vol. 33. No. 2

Introduction

The first Skin Disease Education Foundation (SDEF) Psoriasis Forum in 2004 focused on the new therapeutic opportunities offered by the relatively new biologic agents—at that time, tumor necrosis factor (TNF) inhibitors. Over the subsequent decade, the scope of the program has grown, now covering all aspects of the diagnosis and treatment of psoriasis. The expanding scope reflects an unmet need for ongoing professional education as the management of this disease continues to increase in complexity. This continuing medical education supplement to Seminars in Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery is based on presentations from the SDEF 10th Annual Psoriasis Forum. It provides a comprehensive overview of the information covered at that conference.

If you would like to complete the CME portion of this supplement, please go to http://www.globalacademycme.com/search/search-result-single/highlights-of-the-skin-disease-education-foundation-10th-annual-psoriasis-forum/c0ab7366269a9f7568b1206bdb3ad503.html.

Introduction

Francisco A Kerdel, BSc, MBBS

This continuing medical education supplement to Seminars in Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery is based on presentations from the SDEF 10th Annual Psoriasis Forum. It provides a comprehensive overview of the information covered at that conference.

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Optimizing the Use of Topical Agents in Psoriasis

Linda Stein Gold, MD

This article briefly addresses key issues that can adversely affect the use of and compliance with currently available topical treatments, as well as new and emerging topical agents for psoriasis.

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