Dermatology CME Package with Gift Card
The Dermatology CME Package course allows purchasers to add on an Amazon, Best Buy, Apple, or Lowe’s Gift Card ($250-$1500) and add it to the price of the course. The Dermatology CME package has 219 board style PANCE/PANRE Review questions, answers, and detailed explanations. This course also has a comprehensive lecture video over the NCCPA Blueprint Dermatology section which is 1 hour and 5 minutes.
This course meets the criteria for Category 2 CME under the AAPA guidelines. Physicians and Nurse Practitoners may also find this activity helpful.
This qualifies for up to 20 hours of Category 2 CME under AAPA guidelines.
How does it work? When you purchase our Dermatology CME Review Package you can add on an Amazon or Apple Gift Card ($250-$1500) to your total order. Next, the gift card will come by email within 2-3 business days.
CME with Gift Card ($250-1500)
Apple Gift Card ($250-1500)
Best Buy Gift Card ($250-500)
***This website is not affiliated or sponsored by Apple or Amazon . These gift cards once emailed are non refundable.
Dermatology CME Package Preview
Dermatology Lecture Preview
Title: Derm Lecture Slides Preview
Details of the Slide Show Covers: These lecture slides are a preview of the full Dermatology Section of the NCCPA Blueprint for the PANCE and PANRE. These slides contain content from the first topic of Eczematous Eruptions
Total Length: 9 Slides
Full Presentation Can Be Accessed: Dermatology Blueprint Lecture Slides
Dermatology Questions Preview (10 Questions)
Title: Derm Preview Questions
Details of the Slide Show Covers: These questions are a preview of the full Section of the NCCPA Blueprint for the PANCE and PANRE. The full Dermatology Section has 219 PANCE style questions, answers, and detailed explanations.
Total Length: 20 Slides
Full Questions Slide Show Can Be Accessed: Dermatologic Blueprint Questions
Dermatologic Blueprint Preview Video
NCCPA Topic List Dermatology Blueprint
Lichen simplex chronicus
Toxic epidermal necrolysis
Basal cell carcinoma
Squamous cell carcinoma
Hair and Nails
Varicella-zoster virus infections
Lipomas/epithelial inclusion cysts