Dermatology training with CEU credit for primary care providers
One in four primary care visits includes some type of skin complaint.* In Mississippi, there are 47,440 patients per one dermatologist.** At UMMC alone, new patients may wait up to six weeks to see a dermatologist.
The UMMC Project ECHO for Dermatology empowers primary care providers to treat skin conditions in their communities through case based learning and didactics. Providers can also expand the treatment of skin condition in their practices by submitting cases for treatment feedback.
ECHO topics include:
- Acne and rosacea
- Skin cancer prevention
- Skin cancers
How ECHO works
The dermatology meeting is hosted on the Zoom video conferencing platform. It is held on the second Wednesday of the month from 11:45 am -12:45 pm. Providers will receive case submission links once they have registered as a participant.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register for the next ECHO meeting.
UMMC Dermatology ECHO 2022 Schedule
Poison Ivy – Diagnosis and treatment
Nail Findings –Signs of underlying disease
Common Lesions/Rashes in Babies
Approach to Eczema
Recognizing non-melanoma skin cancers
Understanding basic statistics
2nd Wednesdays of each month from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
Session Login Information: Zoom Video Conference
Session Registration Link: If you have yet to register for the session, please follow these prompts on RedCap.
Meet the ECHO Dermatology Team
Robert Brodell, MD – Dermatologist
Stephen Helms, MD- Dermatologist
Sheeree Melton, MD – Family Medicine Consultant
Chelsea S. Mockbee, MD - Dermatologist
Tobe S. Momah, MD – Associate Professor, School of Family Medicine
Free CME credit available
The Division of Continuing Health Education at University of Mississippi Medical Center is accredited by AGME. AMA category 1 CME credits will be offered at no cost to you.
* "The Primary Care Provider and the Care of Skin Disease"- External Site
** "Mississippi Physician Workforce Profile" - PDF
Project Echo Dermatology is funded by HRSA.