Updates in Dermatology: Practical Pearls
The Reviews are In!
On July 23rd, ACPM held another successful online seminar - 
Updates in Dermatology:
Practical Pearls.

This 6-CECH event featured some of the world's leading educators in nail and skin conditions of the foot and ankle with 225 DPMs in attendance!

A huge thank you to the faculty as well as Dr. Rosemay Michel (Education Committee Chair) and the entire ACPM Education Committee for your hard work and dedication to ensuring another successful online education event.
"ACPM continues to thrive, breaking the proverbial glass ceiling by reaching out to other medical professionals and organizations that share the ACPM commitment to Podiatric Medical Education.

ACPM will be the leader in online interprofessional education and collaboration "

Javier Cavazos, DPM, FACPM, FFPM RCPS (Glasg.)
ACPM President
Some attendee feedback:
"I will definitely change some of my clinical practice protocols. Great lectures!"

"EXCELLENT: Very proud of the faculty and ACPM efforts to bring the ACPM member a high-quality CME seminar."

"Please conduct this again, thank you!"

"Please do more of these lectures! If you could email other ways to become involved with your organization that would be extremely appreciated!!"

"One of the best ACPM events."
ACPM Journal Literature
Reviews Now Available
May/June 2022

Topics Reviewed: Wound Care, Radiology
Comparison of the two most commonly used treatments for pyroderma gangrenosum: results of the STOP GAP randomized control trial, Ormerod, et. al. BMJ, June 12, 2015

DOI: 10.1136/bmj.h2958

Level of Evidence: 1

Reviewer: Jannani Krishnan, MS-IV
California School of Podiatric Medicine

The added value of SPECT/CT in the painful foot and ankle: A Literature Review, Eelsing, et al. Foot and Ankle Surgery, 27(7), 715–722 (2021).

Level of Evidence: 5

Allysa M. Vavra M.S., MS-IV
Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine

Upcoming Expert Lecture Series
Considering a job with the Federal Government?
Join us on Tues, Aug 23 at 8p EST for
Dr. Terrence Vincent’s lecture!  

  • Review the different federal branches in which podiatrists may serve

  • Required qualifications and demands of federal service

  • Benefits of serving as a federal podiatrist

Dr. Vincent has been within the federal services for nearly 7 years. He obtained his undergraduate degree at St Mary’s University in San Antonio, TX and then received his podiatric degree from The Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine (now Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine).
Dr. Vincent is a proud member of the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma and is one of the first podiatrists of his tribe. Dr. Vincent started his career serving the Muscogee Creek Nation Healthcare system tribal facilities as the Director of their wound care program and Indian Health Services. In addition to his regular podiatric duties, he helped supervise the high risk diabetic foot program and facilitate wound care access system-wide.

Dr. Vincent then joined the Eastern Oklahoma VA Healthcare System at the Muskogee, Oklahoma location, the Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center, where he was appointed as the first surgical podiatrist of the system, became the podiatry lead for his department, and helped set up the high-risk foot program. 

Dr. Vincent is honored to continue to serve U.S. veterans and those of Native heritage.

The ACPM Expert Lecture Series is particularly targeted to students and residents, however, all ACPM Fellows are invited to join and benefit.

CME and/or MOC credits are not provided in the Expert Lecture Series.
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