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.
Body contouring carves out its niche: A look at what's shaping up in cosmetic dermatology
Connecting the dots: Experts profile the link between metabolic syndrome and dermatologic disease
Which topicals work for scalp psoriasis?
Allergic contact dermatitis
Biologic therapy adherence, discontinuation, switching, and restarting among patients with psoriasis in the US Medicare population
ORBIT: A retrospective observational study on biologic drug survival in daily practice
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
Learning how to learn
New Boards' Fodder: Flaps
Race for the Case: A 70-year-old Caucasian man with a history of melanoma presented for his scheduled skin ...
Year in review: Transforming lives
In partnership: Corporate partners integral to success
Members making a difference
JAAD is dedicated to the clinical and continuing education needs of the entire dermatologic community and is internationally known as the leading journal in the field.
JAAD Case Reports is a new open access journal with a focus on shorter, single-point articles. JAAD Case Reports is dedicated to publishing case reports and addressing issues related to diseases of the skin, hair, and nails.
As the official magazine of the Academy, Dermatology World is members' trusted inside source for balanced news about managing their practices, understanding legislative and regulatory issues, and incorporating clinical and research developments into patient care.
Dermatology World Weekly is a brief 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.
The Academy's Member to Member e-newsletter provides an insider’s perspective on Academy programs and events, as well as issues that affect the specialty, and highlights the unique benefits of being a part of the AAD community. It is delivered to members' inboxes twice a month.
The quarterly Derm Coding Consult newsletter provides Academy members with the latest information about accurate diagnostic and procedural coding, as well as Medicare reimbursement issues in dermatology.
Stay on top of all the news before, during, and after the Academy’s Annual Meeting and Summer Academy Meeting. AAD Meeting News offers advance coverage of and in-depth, live reporting from these essential events. AAD Meeting News is distributed in print at Annual Meeting and Summer Academy Meeting.
Aspire is a quarterly print publication that shares the stories about all of us in the dermatology community: individual dermatologists volunteering skin care to needy patients or supporting a cause or organization near to their hearts; corporations and their employees dedicating themselves professionally and personally to advancing skin health; the Academy, with its wealth of programs and services; and recognize those who support our mission through donations and volunteerism.
The Directions in Residency newsletter, published quarterly, provides a forum for information concerning dermatology residents and reports news, views, and actions of the American Academy of Dermatology that are of particular interest to resident physicians.
Young Physician Focus is published monthly to provide early career dermatologists with news, information, and analysis to help them understand the challenges of practicing dermatology and plan for thriving careers.
Dermatology Daily is emailed exclusively to Academy members each weekday morning. It includes coverage about clinical care, research, drug and device updates, practice management, quality and safety, law and policy, and more. Produced by Bulletin Healthcare on behalf of the Academy, the publication helps members stay at the forefront of health care.
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.
Evolving patient expectations for minimal downtime and decreased costs have helped fuel a growing market for non-invasive devices focused on skin tightening and smoothing as opposed to more aggressive re-volumizing procedures. The convenience and steadily shrinking size of these devices have also enabled patients to contour parts of the body outside traditional areas such as the stomach and thighs, allowing the neck, chest, legs, chin, and hands to emerge as potential canvases for cosmetic work. Keep reading!
Trending in research Dermatology World’s Trending in Research video series features Nada Elbuluk, MD. In this video she discusses skin cancer and indoor tanning behaviors in sexual minorities and a new treatment for vitiligo and alopecia areata.