The Dermatologic Surgery Section promotes education in dermatologic surgery. The Dermatologic Surgery Section recognizes the special role and contribution of full time academic dermatologic surgeons in training medical students, residents, and fellows, and in maintaining the academic environment in which dermatologic surgical training primarily occurs. The organization also recognizes the important contribution of volunteer community faculty in dermatologic surgical education and research. All dermatologic surgeons participating full time in dermatology resident training programs are encouraged to become members.
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The Dermatology Academic Administrators Group (DAAG) is to provide networking and educational opportunities that will promote professional growth of academic administrators. This will facilitate leadership and collaboration between dermatology departments/divisions in the changing world of academic medicine.
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The Residency Program Directors Section recognizes the essential role and contribution of program directors in the education of medical students and dermatology residents. We aim to 1) provide a forum for discussion of the opportunities, challenges, and developments for dermatology residency programs. The term residency program shall refer to ACGME approved dermatology residency training programs; 2) promote cooperative relationships between the Section and other professional organizations whose goals are to educate trainees and physicians in dermatology. The purpose of these relationships is to develop and maintain the highest educational standards within dermatology training; 3) encourage innovation in dermatology training methods; 4) promote an equitable residency application and selection process as follows - explore and implement improvements in the residency selection and application process; promote cooperative relationships between the Section and other professional organizations whose goals are to encourage equity, holistic review, and diversity in the residency selection and application process.
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