Dermatología (ENARM / Atención médica al paciente)

Dermatología (ENARM / Atención médica al paciente)

by Stephen Holt, MD, MS

Course Details

  • Videos 67
  • Duration 3:57 h
  • Quiz questions 118
  • Concept Pages 45

Content

Your Educators of course Dermatología (ENARM / Atención médica al paciente)

 Stephen Holt, MD, MS

Stephen Holt, MD, MS

Dr. Stephen Holt is the Associate Program Director for Ambulatory Education in the Primary Care Program at the Yale School of Medicine in Connecticut, USA.
He obtained his PhD from Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons in 2004. Currently, he is Director of the Addiction Recovery Clinic and Codirector of Clinician Educator Distinctions Pathway at Yale School of Medicine.
Because of his achievements, he earned the Faculty Teacher of the Year award from the Yale Primary Care Residency Program in 2009 and 2017.
Within Lecturio, Dr. Holt teaches courses on Physical Examination, Dermatology, and Rheumatology.


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Great ????
By Loliana mouner S. on 22. January 2023 for Miscellaneous Skin Disorders

It was really helpful, i like it as it refreshs my knowledge and i suggested Lecturio to my friends. Thanks for effort and Cooperation from all Lecturio team

 
BUEN CONTENIDO, UTIL PARA LA CLINICA. MEJORAR CALIDAD DE IMAGENES UN POCO
By Luissinia H. on 30. September 2022 for Skin Infections

ME PARECIÒ QUE CONETNIA LO FUNDAMENTAL, BIEN EXPLICADO Y CON IMAGENES EN GENERAL NITIDAS

 
Great instruction
By Steven M. on 14. August 2022 for Allergic and Immune-mediated Skin Disorders

Dr. Holt is a very effective teacher and I learned so much from him.

 
Great series!
By Genevieve M. on 13. July 2022 for Skin Infections

I liked the visual images accompanying the description, as I’m very unfamiliar with soft tissue infections. I liked the use of a clinical case presentation, and the subsequent process of elimination. It would have been helpful if descriptive words used to characterize the skin lesions were further elaborated on, such as for example “maculopapular”