Insights On the Pediatric, Adolescent & Adult AD Patient
You can’t truly understand someone until you walk a mile in their shoes. This is true to so many aspects of daily life, especially when it comes to chronic, relapsing, relentless medical issues. Enter the poster child: Atopic Dermatitis (AD). This exceedingly common chronic inflammatory disease is unavoidable in practice, and to best manage/partner with the millions of patients out there, it is on us to view/appreciate this condition beyond the practitioner lens.
In this 3rd episode of a 5 part podcast series, host Dr. Adam Friedman is joined by Dr. Lindsey Finklea, a practicing dermatologist and parent/caregiver of a child with severe AD, and Dr. Peter Lio, podcast veteran and AD focused Derm extraordinaire, to discuss the issues affecting patient-family/patient-caregiver interactions and offer clinical pearls for effective management strategies to best assist the needs of parents, families and caregivers for patients with the AD.
- Cite the unique clinical implications of atopic dermatitis specific to the pediatric, adolescent and adult AD patient; and
- Recognize the impact of AD on the patient-family and patient-caregiver dynamic
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