Dermatology Education & Conferences
1. Florida Dermatology Classes: Basic Core Curriculum
Learn from faculty with over 25+ years of dermatology experience and surgery.
7:30am Continental Breakfast Included
8:00-9:00am Intro to Dermatology $50
9:00-10:00am Intro to Dermatopathology $50
10:15-11:15am Documentation and Billing $50
11:15-12:00pm Lunch Break
12:00-2:00pm Basic Suturing Workshop: Simple interrupted, Vertical and horizontal mattress stitches (lecture and hands on). $200
2:15-5:15pm Basic Derm Procedures Workshop: Shave, punch and saucerization biopsies, cryo, and EDC. (lecture and hand on). $300
7:30am Continental Breakfast Included
8:00-10:00am Advanced Suturing Workshop: Running, Sub Q, Intracuticular $200
10:15-12:00pm Intro to Surgery * (lecture) $100
12:00-12:30 Lunch Break
12:30-2:30pm Basic Surgery Workshop: Fusiform and ellipse excisions with simple and inter. closures (lecture and hands on) $200
2:45-5:45pm Advanced Surgery: Advancement and rotational flaps, M plasty and grafts (lecture and hands on) $350
*Intro to Surgery is required for surgery workshops
Procedure and surgery workshops include all supplies, including training instruments.
Special Discount Pricing:
Saturday Only: $650
Sunday Only: $850
Saturday and Sunday: $1,400 (Save $100)
Military and Student Discount: 10% (Save up to $140)
(Must show current registration or Military ID)
2. The National Institute for Dermatology Dermatology training for NPs and PAs
3. NADNP Dermatology Certificate Program Register and Payment Options Here
This is for all NPs regardless of practice setting
Course fees: $2,850* includes course materials, membership for 1 year, NADNP annual dermatology conference registration, basic procedures, dermatopathology, basic surgery and wound care workshops.
*Does not include: transportation, hotel, flights, or meals.
1. Must be a certified NP with current license and malpractice insurance.
2. Didactic: One week of dermatology lectures. This will be available during pre-conference lectures, workshops and main conference.
3. Dermatology project: Examples include writing a dermatology article, developing an educational tool, etc. All projects must be approved by course director/faculty.
4. Clinical: 500 hours of general dermatology with your own preceptor in your home state or with available preceptors approved by NADNP. Limited availability for these preceptors! Preceptor fees are in addition to the course fees. Clinical Log and completed skills/competencies will be required. Preceptors must be a board certified dermatologist MD/DO, or NP who specializes and practices in a dermatology setting.
5. Optional: Additional hours in wound care available with approved preceptors. Please ask for details.
Upon successful completion of didactic, project and clinical hours, a certificate will be awarded. Conference and Certificate Program are subject to change.
Important: All clinical hours are arranged by the student. NADNP is not part of this process other than giving you some available preceptor names and assume no liability of clinical activity. Any clinical site requirements are arranged through the student and clinical site. We are also not responsible for the student's inability to finish the clinical hour requirement. No refunds will be given due to the student failing to complete any portion of the program. NADNP makes no guarentees that the completion of your clinical rotation will result in a dermatology position, nor do we determine or assess that a practitioner is competent to specialize in the field of dermatology.
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