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Clinical education licensing opportunities


If your audience would like to stay on the cutting-edge of dermatology, or is looking to expand their knowledge in the field, look no further. AAD's clinical education content is perfect for educating and training physicians as well as new clinical staff including residents, medical students, physician assistants, or nurse practitioners.

Basic Dermatology Curriculum

This self-paced online course offers a great tool for educating new clinical staff, including physician assistants or nurse practitioners, about the basics of dermatology. Similarly, it can help anyone who has medical students rotate through their office provide the didactic learning those students need while saving valuable face-to-face time for students to see patients and gain clinical experience. Explore the AAD Basic Dermatology Curriculum, and view the variety of topics.

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  • Licensee will be responsible for managing access to licensed content.

  • Licensee may distribute the PowerPoint slides to attendees.

  • Licensee may not edit or change the content of the curriculum.

  • AAD will provide the content in separate ZIP files in SCORM format for posting on any LMS.

  • The final product will be created by Licensee and approved by AAD prior to distribution.

  • Content may be translated and distributed according to the translation protocol.

Case challenges self-assessment
Case challenges are designed to assess your knowledge of the diagnosis, treatment, and management of various dermatologic conditions. The interactive format makes it easy for members to quickly test their knowledge and earn CME and MOC self-assessment for select courses. To explore this module, visit Case Challenges Self-Assessment.

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  • Licensee will be responsible for managing access to licensed content.

  • Licensee may distribute the PowerPoint slides to attendees.

  • Licensee may not edit or change the content of the curriculum.

  • AAD will provide the content in separate ZIP files in SCORM format for posting on any LMS.

  • The final product will be created by Licensee and approved by AAD prior to distribution.

  • Content may be translated and distributed according to the translation protocol.

Dialogues in Dermatology
Access monthly podcasts with dermatology experts on a variety of topics. These products offer interviews that are approximately 20 minutes in length and provide updates on the most current treatment and practice issues in the field. View a list of topics for Dialogues in Dermatology.

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  • Licensee may create derivative works from the Licensor Content with approval and AAD assumes ownership of all derivative products.

  • The final product will be created by Licensee and approved by AAD prior to distribution.

  • Licensee will be responsible for managing access to licensed content.

  • Licensee also may place its own dermatology educational content on the Site, provided that the Licensee Content is clearly marked as such and distinguishable from the Licensor Content.

  • Licensor shall have the right to review and approve any advertising or sponsors listed on the Site.

  • Licensee may not state or imply that Licensor endorses Licensee’s goods or services, or attribute to Licensor or its members any position with respect to any issues covered by the Licensor Content.

  • Content may be translated and distributed according to the translation protocol.

Essentials of Pediatric Dermatology
This activity includes 7 self-paced, online modules covering the essential areas of pediatric dermatology including: Autoimmune and Connective Tissue Disease; Pigmented Lesions, Lumps and Bumps; Pediatric Inflammatory Diseases of the Skin; Inherited and Acquired Bullous Diseases; Pearls and Key Concepts in Vascular Anomalies; Childhood Exanthems; Generic Skin Disorders. To explore this module, click Essentials in Pediatric Dermatology, create an account, and login.

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Licensee will select up to 5 modules per agreement for the AAD existing published modules.

  • Licensee will be responsible for managing access to licensed content.

  • Licensee may distribute the PowerPoint slides to attendees.

  • Licensee may not edit or change the content of the curriculum.

  • AAD will provide the content in separate ZIP files in SCORM format for posting on any LMS.

  • The final product will be created by Licensee and approved by AAD prior to distribution.

  • Content may be translated and distributed according to the translation protocol.

Fundamentals of Urticaria
An online activity designed to provide health care team members essential information regarding the optimal diagnosis and treatment of urticaria. This activity offers practical, evidence-based approaches to diagnosis and treatment of urticaria that can be implemented into practice by health care team members caring for patients with this condition. Visit the AAD Online Learning Center and search for "Fundamentals of Uticaria" to view the module.

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Licensee will select up to 5 modules per agreement for the AAD existing published modules. 

  • Licensee will be responsible for managing access to licensed content.

  • Licensee may distribute the PowerPoint slides to attendees.

  • Licensee may not edit or change the content of the curriculum.

  • AAD will provide the content in separate ZIP files in SCORM format for posting on any LMS.

  • The final product will be created by Licensee and approved by AAD prior to distribution.

  • Content may be translated and distributed according to the translation protocol.

Dermatology World Weekly (DW)
Dermatology World Weekly is a brief, concise digest of the latest news, hand-picked by DW’s editorial team with analysis of why it matters to dermatologists. Each week editors review the landscape of health care news in DW's core areas of practice management, policy, and patient care, and highlight a few stories, with links to AAD resources that provide more context and opportunities to act. If you read the news and wonder, "What does this mean for me?" — DW Weekly is for you. To explore these offerings, visit Dermatology World.

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Licensee will select an agreed upon number of content per agreement for the variety of Dermatology World Weekly Content. The Licensor Content will consist of selected portions of various AAD educational materials as mutually agreed upon by the parties, which may include articles and/or portions of materials from the following Licensor publications: Dermatology World magazine, Dermatology World Weekly, Dermatology World Insights & Inquiries.

Licensee may create derivative works from the Licensor Content with approval and AAD assumes ownership of all derivative products.

  • Licensee will be responsible for managing access to licensed content.

  • Licensee also may place its own dermatology educational content on the Site, provided that the Licensee Content is clearly marked as such and distinguishable from the Licensor Content.

  • Licensor shall have the right to review and approve any advertising or sponsors listed on the Site.

  • Content may be translated and distributed according to the translation protocol.

Question of the Week
The AAD’s most widely used tool for self-assessment in the field of dermatology. Find an archive of quiz questions on the AAD Online Learning Center. Once you are on the home page of the Online Learning Center, search for "Question of the Week" to access the archive.

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  • AAD will provide the content in an XL file with the question stems and distractors for posting on any LMS.

  • Licensee will have the option to license in online format, 36 cases per year, or in print format via 6 issues per year, up-to 3-4 cases per issue.

  • Licensee understands and agrees that to leverage the Content; Licensee will need to build the files on its site for its purposes. AAD will be only providing Content, but not functionality.

  • The final product will be created by Licensee and approved by AAD prior to distribution.

  • Content may be translated and distributed according to the translation protocol.

Annual Meeting Recordings - Experience the meeting anytime, anywhere
There was a lot of valuable information covered at the 2018 AAD Annual Meeting, from groundbreaking research to the latest in patient care. Whether you could not attend or wanted to review your favorite sessions, the AAD’s 2018 Annual Meeting On-Demand Recordings allow you to experience the meeting anytime, anywhere. Visit the AAD Online Learning Center and search for "Annual Meeting Recordings” to view what is available.

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Licensor will determine the final set of recordings that will be made available, based on copyright and availability.

  • Licensee will have no ownership to the content.

  • Content may be translated and distributed according to the translation protocol.

  • Tiered pricing will be determined by the Licensor, and based on the number of anticipated users.

  • End Users will have access to the annual meeting Content for I year after release.

  • End Users will not be able to distribute (i.e., cannot share log-in with others).

  • Licensor will create a password-protected URL and provide it to Licensee to grant access to authorized sublicensees.

  • Licensee will provide Licensor a list of the names of sub licensees upon request.

  • Licensor will monitor total end user access and reserves the right to terminate access, or increase the licensing fee, if the number of actual end users exceeds the number authorized licensed end users.

  • Any use of Licensor's logo, name or other trademarks in any marketing materials, websites or otherwise, must be pre-approved by Licensor.

AAD Dermatology Question Bank (Board Prep Plus)
This online tool includes over 900 (and growing!) multiple choice questions in general, surgical, pediatric, dermatopathology, and basic science.

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  • Licensor will determine the final set of content.

  • Licensee will have no ownership to the content.

  • Content may be translated and distributed according to the translation protocol.

  • AAD will provide the content in an XL file.

  • Licensor will monitor total end user access and reserves the right to terminate access, or increase the licensing fee, if the number of actual end users exceeds the number authorized licensed end users.

  • Any use of Licensor's logo, name or other trademarks in any marketing materials, websites or otherwise, must be pre-approved by Licensor.

  • Licensee may not edit or change the content of the curriculum.

  • The final product will be created by Licensee and approved by AAD prior to distribution.

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