AAD publications

The American Academy of Dermatology’s publications are influential and trusted lifelong learning resources you can use to gain insight into and information about clinical and business issues affecting dermatology practices.

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Latest Publications

October 2016
Dermatology World

Election forecast

Acne update

Double check, pause...and proceed

October 2016

Nevi and pregnancy

Pregnancy and melanoma

Persistence of atopic dermatitis: A systemic review and meta-analysis

  • Keeping financially float during residency

  • Boards' Fodder: Neonatal Ichthyosis & Neonatal Infectious Dermatoses

  • Race for the Case: A 32-year-old African American male presented to the ER with generalized fatigue ...

2016 Summer Meeting
AAD Meeting News

  • AAD President: 'Stay abreast of advancements in our specialty'

  • New hands-on workshops to debut at Summer Meeting

  • Sessions to cover practical approaches to psoriasis

Fall 2016

The need for shade

5th Annual Corporate Partner Circle Summit

Getting involved in Camp Discovery

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Online exclusives


JAAD video series

The JAAD now offers a series of videos featuring authors of articles detailing research and sharing study findings. You can find the videos on the JAAD home page.


Series on transplant dermatology available at JAAD Case Reports

Click on the video above to watch Vishal Patel, MD, give an overview of Complex Cases in Transplant Dermatology, a special supplement of JAAD Case Reports.


Dermatology World Debate

In the spirit of election season, Dermatology World held its first ever debate discussing the future of dermatology.

Watch dermatologists discuss hot-button issues concerning payment, demographic shifts in practice type, and the future role of data in dermatology. Then, join the discussion in the DW Debate Community.

Watch the full debate or check out the highlights

Join the discussion


Trending in research
Dermatology World’s Trending in Research video series features Nada Elbuluk, MD. In this video, In this video, Dr. Elbuluk discusses the use of picosecond lasers with diffractive lens array to treatment patients with Fitzpatrick skin types IV to VI.