- Basic Skin Anatomy
- What do I Call What I See?
- Infectious Rashes
- Allergic & Inflammatory Rashes
- Other Rashes
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Pediatric Dermatology for Primary Care will outline the most common complaints seen in infants and children – rashes. The etiology of rashes is wide and varied: congenital causes, irritants, infections, and occasionally even harbingers of life-threatening diseases. In this course, you will review basic skin anatomy and outline the vocabulary for describing dermatologic findings, which is the foundation for creating a differential diagnosis. The broad categories of rashes that will be discussed include infectious causes, allergic and inflammatory rashes, and a myriad of others such as drug eruptions and erythema multiforme. This course will be interactive, providing participants with many opportunities to practice describing and diagnosing rashes.
Who Should Attend? Advanced Practice Registered Nurses, Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses and other health professionals desiring to learn about pediatric rashes.
Registration includes: Attendance at program, downloadable program handouts, coffee, tea, water, continental breakfast and snacks. Wi-fi is available in the conference center.
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