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Examination of Treatment Satisfaction Instruments in Psoriasis: 2017 Results from the Psoriasis Working Group of the International Dermatology Outcome Measures (IDEOM).

In dermatology clinical trials, assessment of patients' treatment satisfaction is crucial but often lacking. To address this need, IDEOM's Psoriasis Working Group seeks to evaluate, develop, and validate treatment satisfaction instruments for the psoriasis population. The Psoriasis Working Group aimed to determine (1) factors affecting psoriasis patients' satisfaction with their therapies, (2) adequacy of two commonly used generic treatment satisfaction instruments in reflecting the psoriasis patients' pers...

Use of a Dermatology-Specific Discharge Form to Improve Outpatient Follow-up after Inpatient Dermatology Consultation.

'The group was the only therapy which supported my needs, because it helped me feel normal and I was able to speak out with a voice': A qualitative study of an integrated group treatment for dual diagnosis service users within a community mental health setting.

Whilst the evidence for the efficacy of treatment interventions for individuals with dual diagnosis has been developing in recent decades, little is known about individual perceptions and the personal benefits of attending integrated treatment programmes within this population group. A qualitative methodology, Interpretive phenomenological analysis, was used to investigate the experiences of individuals with a range of complex mental health and coexisting substance misuse problems who took part in a psychoe...

Experience of group art therapy with music improvisation in the integrated treatment at a psychiatric Day Hospital: preliminary results.

The study aims at evaluating the resocializing effects of music therapy as add-on therapy in the course of integrated, pharmacological and psychological, treatment.

Integrating Fitness Components Reveals That Survival Costs Outweigh Other Benefits and Costs of Group Living in Two Closely Related Species.

Group living can be beneficial when individuals reproduce or survive better in the presence of others, but, simultaneously, there might be costs due to competition for resources. Positive and negative effects on various fitness components might thus counteract each other, so integration is essential to determine their overall effect. Here, we investigated how an integrated fitness measure (reproductive values [RVs]) based on six fitness components varied with group size among group members in cooperatively ...

Dermatology nurses view on factors related to Danish psoriasis patients' adherence to topical drugs: A focus group study.

Topical medications are first-line treatment for mild-to-moderate psoriasis, but adherence is low, which negatively affects patients' outcomes and quality of life. Nurses can play a central role in patient care, particularly in improving adherence. To explore the experience of dermatology nurses with psoriasis patients' adherence to topical drugs.: We conducted a semi-structured focus group study with 6 dermatology nurses and 2 dermatology nursing students. Participants were recruited from a dermatology hos...

Identification of Genes and Pathways Associated with Acne Using Integrated Bioinformatics Methods.

Acne is the most common skin inflammatory condition. The pathogenesis of acne is not fully understood.

The specialist dermatology nurse: providing expert care to patients.

, Nurse Consultant, Dermatology, Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust, describes the wide variety of work undertaken by nurses specialising in dermatology.

Expert opinions in dermatology.

Apart from their medical responsibilities relating to the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of skin diseases, dermatologists may also be asked to provide expert medical opinions. In their role as medical experts, dermatologists provide their services not only to public institutions and courts but also to private clients. Expert dermatological opinions involve the application of medical knowledge and experience to an individual case as regards a specific legal question. The dermatological expert thus becom...

Support group utilization and impact for patients with hidradenitis suppurativa.

Impact of Teledermatology on the Accessibility and Efficiency of Dermatology Care in an Urban Safety-Net Hospital: A Pre-Post analysis.

Teledermatology enables dermatologists to remotely triage and evaluate dermatology patients, but previous studies have questioned whether teledermatology is clinically efficient.

Barriers and job satisfaction among dermatology hospitalists.

Dermatology hospitalists (DHs) provide consultative care to inpatients with skin conditions. In this study, we surveyed current members of the Society for Dermatology Hospitalists (SDH) regarding barriers to care, current and ideal compensation models, and overall job satisfaction to evaluate the overall job satisfaction of DHs and further describe potential barriers to inpatient dermatology consultations.

Mapping the undergraduate dermatology curriculum - a useful tool towards implementation of national recommendations.

Despite the high prevalence of skin complaints in primary and secondary care, dermatology undergraduate (UG) education remains inconsistent across medical schools. The British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) published a revised national undergraduate curriculum in 2016 to guide UK medical schools on minimum competencies required in dermatology. A curriculum mapping study was conducted to determine the alignment of the BAD UG curriculum with the dermatology curriculum of the University of Nottingham (UoN...

Annual skin check: examining the dermatology headlines of 2019.

As the calendar year comes to an end, this article reviews unique issues in dermatology that made the news in 2019: chemical sunscreen, the measles outbreak, drug approvals for pediatric dermatology and orphan diseases, and recalls of popular skin care products.

In vivo therapeutic effect of wollastonite and hydroxyapatite on bone defect.

The treatment of large-area bone defects is a huge challenge and the current research hotspot is to prepare composite materials to promote the new bone formation. In this study, the rat skull defect was repaired by implanting pure wollastonite and hydroxyapatite composites, which proved that it has a good effect on the treatment of bone defects. 60 SD rats were used as research objects. The animals were randomly divided into wollastonite group, wollastonite-hydroxyapatite composite group and hydroxyapatite ...

Dupilumab in Dermatology: Potential for Uses Beyond Atopic Dermatitis

Dupilumab inhibits the interleukin-4 receptor subunit α and is FDA approved for treatment of moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis. It is a relatively new drug, and whether it is efficacious for other diseases in dermatology is an area of increasing interest. We searched the literature and database for uses of dupilumab beyond atopic dermatitis in dermatology and for ongoing studies on new uses for dupilumab. Off-label reports identified described use of dupilumab for several different de...

Diversity is excellence: Initiatives in the Society for Investigative Dermatology to broaden participation.

In this issue of JID, Shukla et al show that the Society of Investigative Dermatology has improved gender diversity of its awards, lectureships, and its leadership. Additional initiatives that promote participation in the Society based on education, gender, race, sexual orientation, and other types of diversity can improve the quality of investigative dermatology and clinical progress for skin diseases.

Evaluation of Protein Profiling in a Cohort of Egyptian Population with Renal Cell Carcinoma and Benign Kidney Neoplasms.

Abdominal imaging leads to the detection of a large number of renal tumors without the ability to distinguish thetype of tumor detected. It is necessary to find a precise way to know the type of tumor to determine the appropriatetreatment. The use of urine samples for detecting new biomarkers especially proteins has a great potential. In this workwe assessed the proteomic profiling difference in a cohort of Egyptian population with renal neoplasms. Methods:This cohort study was conducted on 85 subjects. The...

Climate-environment-water: integrated and non-integrated approaches to reservoir operation.

Integrated water planning and management face multiple challenges, among which are the competing interests of several water-using sectors and changing climatic trends. This paper presents integrated and non-integrated climate-environment-water approaches for reservoir operation, illustrated with Karkhe reservoir, Iran. Reservoir operation objectives are meeting municipal, environmental, and agricultural water demands. Results show the integrated approach, which relies on multi-objective optimization of muni...

Supporting Breastfeeding Mothers During Dermatology Residency-Challenges and Best Practices.

Impostor syndrome in U.S. dermatology residents.

The use of online peer support communities in dermatology.

Systematic reviews in dermatology: opportunities for improvement.

Marking the Path Toward Artificial Intelligence-Based Image Classification in Dermatology.

Patient Ability to Interpret Dermatopathology Reports in an Academic Dermatology Practice.

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