Dermatologic Epidemiology and Public Health, an Issue of Dermatologic Clinics

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-03-01
  • Publisher: SAUNDERS W B CO

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This issue of Dermatologic Clinics examines Dermatologic Epidemiology and Public Health. Guest Editor Robert Dellavalle has assembled a panel of world-class experts who offer reviews on topics including The Neglected Epidemiology and Public Health Problem of Dermatologic Disease, Health Disparities in Dermatology, Survey Research in Dermatology, Guidelines Development in Dermatology, Behavioral Research in Dermatology, Dermatologic Comorbidities, Registry Research in Dermatology, Teledermatology, Occupational Dermatology, Contact Dermatitis, Melanoma, and Interdisciplinary Dermatologic Public Health and Epidemiology Research.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. xi
Dedicationp. xiii
Publisher's Notep. xv
Skin Disease: A Neglected Public Health Problemp. 99
Health Care Inequities: An Introduction for Dermatology Providersp. 103
Ultraviolet Tanning Addictionp. 109
Dermatologic Medication Adherencep. 113
Survey Research in Dermatology: Guidelines for Successp. 121
Social Internet Sites as a Source of Public Health Informationp. 133
Comorbidities in Dermatologyp. 137
The Benefits and Risks of Ultraviolet Tanning and Its Alternatives: The Role of Prudent Sun Exposurep. 149
Prevention of Nickel Allergy: The Case for Regulation?p. 155
Teledermatology: A Review of Reliability and Accuracy of Diagnosis and Managementp. 163
Consumer Empowerment in Dermatologyp. 177
Registry Research in Dermatologyp. 185
Dermatology Internet Resourcesp. 193
Reviewing Dermatology Manuscripts and Publicationsp. 201
Melanoma Epidemiology and Public Healthp. 205
Indexp. 215
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