Enduring Materials

Many if not all of our activities include some type of enduring material to broaden the educational reach and serve as an ongoing clinical reminder to those in practice. Here are a few examples of a enduring materials developed to complement live proceedings.

Proceedings Supplement

Cutis Acne

This CME journal supplement captured the outcomes and insights from a community-based educational initiative focused on acne. The case-based activity offered a "ground-up" view of the current approaches for the treatment and management of patients with acne. CME credit was made available upon completion of coursework associated with the supplement.


Clinical Webinars

Managing Challenges in Acne

Live clinical webinars provide users immediate access to state-of-the-art medical information and direct contact with key opinion leaders from a given therapeutic area.This particular CME webinar culminated a series of nationwide clinical roundtables that assessed strategies for the effective treatment of acne in unique populations including ethnicity, skin type/color, gender and age. An archive of the webinar was captured and made available on-demand to those unable to participate live. Upon completion of the coursework, participants were able to obtain the credit in real time.