The University of Florida Department of Dermatology sponsors the annual Florida Dermatology & Dermatopathology Board Review Course. The purpose of this course is to provide senior dermatology residents with a “board-focused” review of dermatology and dermatopathology to aid participants in preparation for the American Board of Dermatology’s Certification Exam.
The Florida Dermatology & Dermatopathology Board Review Course is a comprehensive regimen that is similar to the Dermatology Board Exam. It is meant to be a comprehensive review of possible topics that could appear on the exam. The dermatology portion of the course focuses on general dermatology topics, such as basic science, basement membrane biology, dermatological manifestation of internal disease, hair and nail biology/disorders, pediatric dermatology, drug metabolism, and more.
In the dermatopathology portion of the course, participants examine 200 digital microscopic slides in a self-test format followed by a review of all the slides examined.
Please note: We are neither affiliated with nor represent the American Board of Dermatology. Notices from the ABD regarding July and December 2020 and March 2021 exam dates were sent to all program directors and are available on the ABD website. If you have questions or need guidance regarding this information please ask your program director or the American Board of Dermatology directly.
In order to provide a high-quality educational experience while avoiding the risk of COVID-19, we are transitioning the 2020 Florida Board Review course to an online/virtual experience. We have therefore reduced the registration costs to $600. If you already registered at the full price of $800 you will receive a refund of $200 automatically (no need to call or contact us). Lectures will be recorded and can be accessed on your own time.
Thank you for your support of the course.
2020 Course Materials
- We are excited to offer the 2020 Dermatology Board Review Course as an online series of recorded lectures, quizzes with images, digital pathology repositories, and evaluations. By taking this course online, you will also have an extended period of access. Registration remains open if you would like to attend this online course.The course will be active with content starting on April 30th. Content will continue to be added over the next week and a half. Content will appear in canvas when it goes live on April 30th. No content will be visible prior to this date.