are called by the mother of a 4 year old patient. The mother reports her child has a painful
sunburn involving the face, shoulders and back. She denies the presence of blistering of the
skin. The following is appropriate
advice to provide:
educating a 13 year old patient about sun protection, you tell her the
following about use of sunscreens:
day old male infant with jaundice (unconjugated bilirubin 19.2) is directly
admitted to the hospital for blue-light phototherapy. Mother notes a family history of melanoma and
is very worried about potential UV exposure at such a young age. What is the next best step?
13 year old patient with skin type VI has just been diagnosed with systemic
lupus erythematosus. She is on several
new medications for control of her nephritis and hypertension. The family is anxious and struggling to
understand the implications of this disease.
What is the best approach to counseling her about sun protection?
5.*A 15 year old female is concerned that she seems
to be getting sunburned easily this summer; a careful medication history
reveals that she is on 5 new medications. Which of the following is most
likely to result in increased photosensitivity?
6.*A parent is wondering how to select an
appropriate sun protection product for her child. Which of the following
key words should she ensure is on the product's label?
7.I would recommend this module to a peer or student:
8.The online modules increased your ability to visually recognize skin disease:
9.Please use the space below to provide us with feedback about strengths of this module.
10.Please use the space below to share any opportunities for improvement for this module.