Dermatology Living Medical eTextbook -- Chapter 2 – Immunology Review II: Molecular Signaling in the Immune System
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Overview / Abstract
The goal of this CME/CE program is to address the clinicians' needs in assessing the role of the immune system in the underlying pathophysiology of common dermatologic conditions, current strategies for immunomodulation, and novel therapeutic strategies in the management of dermatologic conditions.
This CME/CE program is intended for dermatologists, general/internal medicine providers, nurse practitioners, nurses, physician assistants, and pharmacists who care for patients with dermatologic conditions.
Identify the key components and processes of innate and adaptive immunity as they relate to the pathophysiology of common dermatologic diseases.
Credits / Hours
Book, Internet Point of Care (PoC), Online
Estimated time for completion of this activity:
CME: 1.75 hours
CE: 37.80 minutes
CPE: 1.75 hours
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Presenters / Authors / Faculty
Editor-in-Chief: Nikki A. Levin, MD, PhD
Editor-in-Chief: Cathleen K. Case, MS, ANP-BC, DCNP
Medical Writer: Nancy Nordenson, MT (ASCP), MFA
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Activity Specialities / Related Topics
Nurse Practitioner , Nursing CNE, Pharmacy CPE, Physician CME, Physician Assistant CME