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Clinical Recognition and Treatment of Skin Cancer

Total CME Credit Hours: .5 Category I (Formal)

Education Types:
Category I (Formal) |  Clinical
Clinical |  Diagnosis |  Open Access
Dr. Aisha Sethi, MD
30 Minutes


This course was originally presented by Dr. Aisha Sethi on February 2, 2021.

As chiropractic physicians, you may be the first to detect skin abnormalities of a patient during routine exams. Join dermatologist, Dr. Aisha Sethi, as she discusses the importance of understanding different types of skin cancer and preventative measures to the disease.

This webinar is being sponsored by Advocate Lutheran General Hospital.



Dr. Aisha Sethi, MD's Profile

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Dr. Aisha Sethi is an Associate Professor of Dermatology at Yale University and Director of the Yale Dermatology Global Health Program. She returned to Yale as faculty after being a faculty member at the University of Chicago for over a decade where she was Director of Outreach for the Center for Global Health. After attending medical school at the Aga Khan University in Pakistan, she completed her post-doctoral fellowship, internship and residency in dermatology at Yale University where she also served as chief resident. Dr. Sethi’s interests in tropical medicine, immigrant and refugee populations, and global infectious diseases with dermatologic manifestations have led her to field work in Pakistan, Malawi, Jordan, Hospital for Tropical Diseases (HTD) in London, and the Regional Dermatology Training Center (RDTC) in Tanzania. She is especially interested in addressing global access to medical care, medical diplomacy programs and improving medical training and dermatologic therapies in developing countries.



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