Cultural Sensitivity and Best Treatment Practices for Pediatric Skin of Color Patients
Pediatric patients with skin of color (SoC) can be disproportionately affected by a number of dermatologic conditions, including acne vulgaris, atopic dermatitis, and traction alopecia. It is imperative that providers are able to recognize and appropriately treat these conditions in their pediatric SoC patients. Going beyond basic treatment guidelines, there are steps clinicians can be taking to practice cultural sensitivity when treating patients and communicating with parents and caregivers. Led by the foremost experts in SoC dermatology, this activity will serve to help providers recognize disparities and adjust their practices to accommodate the needs of pediatric patients with darker pigmented skin.
This activity is targeted to US-based pediatricians, nurses and professional staff members of medical practices specializing in pediatric skin conditions.
- Review current and emerging treatments for acne patients, including recommendations for treating the pediatric patient population.
- Develop appropriate treatment plans for pediatric acne patients with skin of color according to expert recommendations
- Review current and emerging AD treatments for pediatric patients.
- Recognize the ways in which pediatric AD patients with SOC are affected in terms of managing their condition.
Latanya Benjamin, MD
Florida Atlantic University
Founder and President
Young Skin, P.A.
Coral Springs, FL
Mercedes Gonzalez, MD
Pediatric Dermatology of Miami
Candrice Heath, MD
Assistant Professor of Dermatology
Lewis Katz School of Medicine
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|Latanya Benjamin, MD||Has no conflicts of interest to report|
|Mercedes Gonzalez, MD|
Receives Grant/Research support from: AbbVie, Arcutis, Dermavant, Krystal Biotech
Receives Speakers Bureau/Honoraria for non-CME from Galderma, Pfizer, Promius, Regeneron, Sanofi Genzyme
Receives Consultant/Advisory Board fees from Cerave, Dove, Verrica
|Candrice Heath, MD||Receives Consultant/Advisory Board fees from Cassiopea, Pfizer, Leo Pharma, Johnson and Johnson, Arcutis, Janssen|
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Jointly provided by Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower and Tarsus Cardio Inc. dba LivDerm in collaboration with Postgraduate Institute for Medicine.
Estimated time to complete activity: 1 hour and 30 minutes
This activity is supported by an educational grant from Galderma.
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