27 min

Episode 123: Social Media in Dermatology Learn Skin with Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar

    • Medicine

Not quite sure if you should make that social media post? Let’s get some confidence. This week, IDCP alumnus Dr. Mamina Turegano walks us through the always-changing landscape of social media. Listen in as she discusses the do’s and dont’s and the positive impact social media interaction can have on your practice. Each Thursday, join Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar, board certified dermatologists, as they share the latest evidence based research in integrative dermatology. For access to CE/CME courses, become a member at LearnSkin.com. To learn more about the Integrative Dermatology Certificate Program visit get.learnskin.com/idcp.
 
Mamina Turegano, MD has a special interest in evaluating how nutrition, lifestyle, sleep, and other environmental factors can play a significant role in inflammation, aging, and cancer. She enjoys incorporating holistic practices in her patients who deal with anything ranging from acne to warts. Given her background in internal medicine, she also has an interest in complex medical dermatology, including autoimmune skin diseases and psoriasis. In addition to practicing dermatology, Dr. Turegano is serving as the dermatopathologist for Sanova Dermatology in Old Metairie and is a volunteer instructor at Tulane University in the department of dermatology.

Not quite sure if you should make that social media post? Let’s get some confidence. This week, IDCP alumnus Dr. Mamina Turegano walks us through the always-changing landscape of social media. Listen in as she discusses the do’s and dont’s and the positive impact social media interaction can have on your practice. Each Thursday, join Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar, board certified dermatologists, as they share the latest evidence based research in integrative dermatology. For access to CE/CME courses, become a member at LearnSkin.com. To learn more about the Integrative Dermatology Certificate Program visit get.learnskin.com/idcp.
 
Mamina Turegano, MD has a special interest in evaluating how nutrition, lifestyle, sleep, and other environmental factors can play a significant role in inflammation, aging, and cancer. She enjoys incorporating holistic practices in her patients who deal with anything ranging from acne to warts. Given her background in internal medicine, she also has an interest in complex medical dermatology, including autoimmune skin diseases and psoriasis. In addition to practicing dermatology, Dr. Turegano is serving as the dermatopathologist for Sanova Dermatology in Old Metairie and is a volunteer instructor at Tulane University in the department of dermatology.

27 min