FAQ's

The legacy Dermpedia was free. Why content on Dermedia Courses is is not entirely free?

Producing quality videos and curated content, faculty honoraria and CME Accreditation of enduring educational materials are expensive. We are still committed to offering some free content and are considering a subscription model.

Can my Department/Institution/Society pay for my courses or videos?

Yes. Departments/Institutions/Societies can purchase discount coupons for their members for a total or partial value on a catalog item. The first step is to fill out the Discount Coupon Request

What is an In-Person Course?

A course you attend in person. Attendees of an In-Person Course will be automatically entitled to the Online Course based on the event they attended (if produced), so you will be able to watch the Course again and again.

What is an Online Course?

A course consisting of a series of educational videos. An Online Course can be created de novo or can be based on recordings of an In-Person Course or a Slide SeminarMicroscopic Sessions.

What is a Slide Seminar/Microscopic Session ?

It is an Online workshop consisting of a videos of the faculty analyzing microscopic slides at a microscope or scanned digital slides. 

What is an Optional Recording Webinar for a Slide Seminar/Microscopic Session Course ?

It is a webinar in which the faculty discuss cases at a microscope or using scanned digital slides with audience participation via a webinar. This webinar is recorded and the video produces from this session becomes an item in the Course. These webinars are optional. However, CME Credits may be available for those who register for the Course

Can I contribute lectures or videos to Dermpedia Courses?

Yes. Please do not hesitate to contact us with a proposal for a Course or a video at courses@dermpedia.org. 

What is the intended audience of Dermpedia Courses?

Experienced practitioners, fellows and very motivated residents. 

Do I need to sign in to watch videos on Dermpedia Courses?

Some content does not require prior registration. Registration is required for access to the content and CME Courses. 

How long it takes to get registered and use Dermpedia?

Less than a minute. 

What personal information will I need to provide to register? 

Full name and professional title, institutional affiliation and an email address. Please check our Privacy Policy for details.

Will registration with Dermpedia result in increased email spam?

No.