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Enhancements coming to disease database

Thursday, April 18, 2019   (0 Comments)
Posted by: John Grogan
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At the General Business Meeting during the 2019 AOCD Spring Meeting in Orlando, we announced a few updates we've made and are working on for One of the main areas we are working to enhance is the AOCD Dermatologic Disease Database.

For starters, we created an entire library of printer-friendly versions of the database articles. Our goal in creating these materials was to provide a repository of information for our members to share with their patients. If you have diagnosed a patient with a condition found in the database, you or your staff can quickly and easily search for the topic and print the linked PDF to give to your patient.

In the near future, we have plans to merge all of the resources in one easy to navigate location. For now, click here to visit the printer-friendly library and click here to visit the main dermatologic disease database.

Another major change that will be taking place is the addition of video resources for the dermatologic disease database. Now AOCD members, patients and the public will be able to watch concise and informative videos on select topics found in the database. Watch the video below or click the links below for a sampling of our initial offerings. More videos will be added soon!

If you have any suggestions for improvement to our website, please share your ideas with us in the comments or by email.


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