Event Description


ARCHIVED STD Expert Hour: Genital Dermatology 101: Below-the-Belt Basics

Date
On Demand
Duration
1 hour
Status
Open
Cost
FREE
Credit Hours
1

Genital Dermatology 101: Below-the-Belt Basics

with Ken Katz, MD

 

Our STD Expert Hour Webinar Series is a recurring webinar series that highlights current topics in the prevention and management of STD to further advance your practice. We're thrilled to offer access to our network of STD Experts and hope you join us for valuable insights into delivering excellent sexual health care for your patients.

 

What to expect this STD Expert Hour:

Dr. Ken Katz will introduce us to Genital Dermatology and cover the below learning objectives.

Learning Objectives: 
At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to:

1. Describe cutaneous manifestations, diagnosis, and treatment of sexually transmitted disease, to improve diagnosis and      treatment of infections.
2. Identify features of genital skin conditions not caused by STDs, to improve STD diagnoses.
3. Recognize when to refer patients with genital skin conditions to dermatologists, to improve patient outcomes.

Registration fee:  FREE
Certificate of Completion: Free

To request information on scholarships that may be available, please contact captc@ucsf.edu.

Currently, No CME/CE is provided for this training..

To obtain your Certificate, following the online course, close your browser window and log into our registration system - www.registration.californiaptc.com

1 - Select "My Training" from the left hand navigation bar. 

2 - Select the "Certificate" button and follow the instructions on the screen.

All planners, CME committee members, and presenters do not have any relevant financial relationships with a commercial interest.

References and bibliographic sources for further study are listed throughout presentation.

Creation Date: 6/23/16
Reviewed Date: 1/12/17
Expiration Date: 1/12/20

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