Emerging and established academic leaders from all of the various fields within dermatology have come together to redesign and update the most comprehensive study guide and online image companion in dermatology board review. Derm In-Review’s 2019/2020 study guide and online image companion match the new and pending changes to examinations that lay ahead for dermatology residents. Changes include clinical guidelines, high-def, high-quality digital images and delineation of information appropriate for the Basic, Core and Applied exams as outlined in the Exam of the Future.
Study Guide Updates
The Derm In-Review study guide is over 400 pages and formatted for quick study and easy reference. It includes call-out text, tip boxes, highlighted text, mnemonic boxes and 300+ full-color images. The study guide is comprised of five chapters:
Chapter 1: Basic Science (including Immunodermatology)
Chapter 2: Medical Dermatology
Chapter 3: Pediatric Dermatology
Chapter 4: Surgical Dermatology
Chapter 5: Dermatopathology
Request or Download the Study Guide
2019/2020 Derm In-Review study guides will be provided to all US dermatology residents in print. A free electronic version of the study will also be available for download on the Derm In-Review website. Log in or create a complimentary account and then go to Study Guide Request in your dashboard. Special thanks goes to the Derm In-Review advertisers and corporate sponsors: Aurora Diagnostics, Celgene, Lilly, and Novartis.
In addition, all of the study guide clinical images as well as additional clinical images will be available in the Online Image Companion. This companion includes nearly 400 original images and will allow users to log on to the website to enlarge the images for enhanced viewing. Over 100 images are dedicated to dermatopathology board review.
Exam of the Future
The American Board of Dermatology (ABD) is restructuring the In-Training and Certification exams—moving from our current approach of emphasizing knowledge retention and visual diagnosis to exams that better emphasize the application of knowledge using clinically relevant case scenarios. The Exam of the Future will be a staged evaluation with a BASIC exam designed for first-year residents, covering dermatology fundaments; CORE exam modules testing more advanced knowledge of senior residents about dermatology’s major clinical areas; and an APPLIED exam given after residency, which tests the ability to apply knowledge in clinical situations.
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