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Covid 19 Podcasts

Hear directly from our esteemed planning committee and SBS Key Opinion Leaders as they share valuable insights on managing a dermatology practice during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dr. Glynis Ablon

In this podcast, Dr. Glynis Ablon, long time esteemed SBS Faculty Member, Session Director on SBS's Hair Restoration Track, Founder and CEO of the Ablon Skin Institute and Reseach Center in Manhattan Beach, California addresses her experiences after the COVID pandemic. Dr. Ablon shares the Covid Protocols they have put in place within her practice and what it's like to be a patient in her practice at this time. She discusses how she has used telemedicine in research and the factors that make a difference when choosing what platform to use; dealing with the slower pace, the role stress plays in hair loss/rashes; and finally adjusting and accommodating our practices to our new normal.

Recorded May 26, 2020

Dr. Mark Podcast

In this podcast, President-Elect of the American Academy of Dermatology, SBS Faculty Member, Chief Medical Officer of The Dermatology Group and Associate Clinical Professor at ICAHN school of medicine in NYC, Dr. Mark Kaufmann, addresses the safety profile of biologics with regard to COVID-19, switching patients on TNF blockers and the options of other IL blockers, cutaneous manifestations of COVID, the increased risks of frontline workers who may suffer from comorbidities of skin conditions; telehealth becoming a common modality, limitations he has found and processes he has put in place; some silver linings such as the prompting of innovations, living together again with grown children, and a miraculous personal story. Dr. Kaufman shares how he sees our “new normal” going back into practice and how it will differ regionally.

Recorded April 23, 2020

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Dr. Z Paul Podcast

In this podcast, SBS Planning Committee Chair, Dr. Z. Paul Lorenc, owner of Lorenc Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Center, on Park Ave. in the heart of NYC, discusses what has changed for him in this pandemic. After practicing aesthetic medicine for over 20 years and going into the O.R. every day, he shares the changes he has made and "switching his focus."

Recorded April 21, 2020

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Dr. Leon Podcast

In this podcast, SBS Planning Committee Chair, Dr. Leon Kircik, medical dermatologist, Associate Professor at Mount Sinai Medical Center in NYC, and Medical Director of both Physicians Skincare and Skinsciences in Louisville, KY shares measures that frontline healthcare workers should be taking to protect their skin when in the face of Covid-19 patients, the way he is able to treat his seriously urgent patients during this difficult time, and the hotly debated topic of why dermatologists are "essential".

Recorded April 21, 2020

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Dr. David Podcast

In this podcast, SBS Planning Committee Chair, Dr. David Goldberg, attorney and dermatologist in NY and NJ at his clinic, Skin Laser and Surgery Specialists of NY and NJ; discusses the use and advancement of tele-dermatology, the impact of Covid-19 on patients which are on biologic therapies, skin conditions related to this pandemic like the "Covid Toes" phenomenon, as well as skin conditions that are arising from the protective measures being used to help in this pandemic.

Recorded April 23, 2020

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Dr. Michael Podcast

In this podcast, SBS Planning Committee Chair, Dr. Michael H. Gold, founder of Gold Skincare Center in Nashville, TN discusses the continuation of biologic therapies in his patients and dosing, the 'bizarre' rashes he has treated at this time, his personal experience with Covid-Toes, closing the aesthetic side of his practice, the virtual world of teledermatology, keeping his staff on board during this difficult time and finally, what this team has been doing to plan for their "reopen".

Recorded April 28, 2020

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Dr. Mark Podcast

In this podcast, SBS Founder and Honorary Chair, Dr. Mark Nestor, provides in depth insight on re-opening dermatology practices post the Covid-19 pandemic; shares how his practice, which spans 39 offices across the state of Florida, has handled seeing patients and their use of telemedicine in this time; the immense effects of quarantine on patient care; the use of biologics (IL6 blockers) and underlying risks; skin manifestations of COVID-19; trading economics for the lives of our loved ones and how physicians have had to reach inward for fundamental aspects; and finally, global comparisons of how our daily routines as dermatologists will change permanently in practice.

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