COVID-19 Webinars

COVID-19: The Invisible Impact on Dermatologists and Dermatology Practices

By May 7, 2020May 20th, 2020No Comments

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Webinar Premiere

  • Wednesday, May 13th 2020
  • 7:00 – 7:45 PM EST
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COVID-19: The Invisible Impact on Dermatologists and Dermatology Practices

Join your dermatology colleagues and thought leaders as we examine the hidden impact of COVID-19 on dermatologists and providers, including new and small private practices, emotional wellbeing and the evolving priorities placed on providers during the global coronavirus pandemic. Panelists will discuss their first-hand, personal experience living with COVID-19 and ways it has impacted their physical and emotional health, practice and personal life.
Discussion and guidance will be given on simple steps you can take in the wellness sphere, crisis management and return to practice concepts for both large and small dermatology practices.


  • Richard G. Fried, MD, PhD (Board Certified Dermatologist & Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Director, Yardley Dermatology Associates)


  • Evan Rieder, MD (Board Certified Dermatologist & Psychiatrist, NYU Langone Health)
  • Paul Jarrod Frank, MD (Chief Medical Officer & Founder, PFRANKMD)
  • Melissa Kanchanapoomi Levin, MD (Founder, Entière Dermatology)

Space is limited; register today!

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