Subacute Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus Coexisting in a Patient with Plaque Psoriasis
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The National Psoriasis Foundation CME activities are based on identified professional practice gaps. The professional practice gaps are defined as the differences between the currently observed health care performance/outcomes and those potentially achievable. The National Psoriasis Foundation utilizes data from a variety of methods to identify professional practice gaps including: annual patient data from our constituents; advice and research from authorities in the dermatology and rheumatology specialties, the NPF Medical Board, faculty or staff; discussion in CME Education meetings; data from peer-reviewed journals, government sources, environmental scans, legislative, and regulatory or organizational changes affecting patient care and many more.
Link to the article: Subacute Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus Coexisting in a Patient with Plaque Psoriasis
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Dermatologists, rheumatologists, primary care physicians, and allied health providers
After completing this learning activity, the learner should be proficient in
- When to suspect drug induced subacute cutaneous lupus (SCLE)
- How to diagnose drug induced subacute cutaneous lupus ( SCLE)
- How to treat drug induced SCLE
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