The Clinical Symposium’s Continuing Medical Education program has a reputation for excellence.
In the 38 years he has mentored residents, lectured on dermatology, and run a clinical practice, Dr. Goldfarb has advocated the value of human connection with patients and residents. He believes it inspires trust, enables learning, creates a reciprocal environment of care, and is the central element to bring to a lecture hall, a clinical research unit, or a patient clinic.
The DF Clinical Symposium is the national medical education event that attracts dermatologists, residents, and non-physician clinicians seeking a serious, in-depth educational experience. In its 20th year, this peer-reviewed continuing medical education program delivers cutting-edge talks from today’s specialty experts on every aspect of dermatology.
Dr. Bordeaux’s key takeaway message is that Mohs decreases the local recurrence of melanoma and helps reduce the number of re-excisions that patients undergo due to positive margins
NCCN recommends Mohs as the first-line therapy for DFSP