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Education

Events
DNA’s Annual Convention is a must-attend event for all dermatology nurses.

In a special tribute to Joan Shelk, DNA Past President and the developer of our first workshops, a special phototherapy program has been developed. The Joan Shelk Fundamentals of Phototherapy Workshop is an intensive one-day training for those administering light therapy under a doctor’s supervision. This workshop covers psoriasis and other photo-responsive skin diseases.DNA is the place to meet and learn from others in different clinical settings (outpatient, private practice, academic, government, etc.) and specialties (cosmetic, oncology, dermatological surgery, general dermatology, etc.)…and this can be done right in your backyard through our local chapter events!

3rd Core Curriculum: Download Flyer
An official publication of the Dermatology Nurses’ Association. Filled with cutting-edge advice and clinical instruction, this one-of-a-kind resource provides a comprehensive foundation in dermatologic nursing through:
– Vital practice principles and care instructions in an easy-to-read outline format
– On-the-spot clinical guidance
– Current, well researched, evidenced-based content
– 400 color photos and numerous tables for at-a-glance reference
– Learn everything you need to know to be a dermatologic nurse.

Online Resources

DNA’s Continuing Education (CE) Center, an online education portal for continuing education needs, houses programs that have been re-purposed from the DNA annual convention. Didn’t get to attend the convention or missed a session? Now you have the opportunity to earn contact hours from the comfort of your home or office. The process is simple:

  1. View a program
  2. Take the exam
  3. Fill out the evaluation
  4. Print your certificate

Publication
JDNA, the official publication of the DNA, is the resource of choice for dermatology nurses and other healthcare professionals seeking critical dermatology information and resources for their patients. Engaging, peer-reviewed articles cover a broad scope of relevant dermatology topics, including clinical practice and management issues, research and case studies, patient education and collaboration with other disciplines.

The Dermatology Nurses’ Association is your source for the latest news, education, and resources to support your dermatology team.