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Dermatology

Dermapathology Diseases and Disorders

This material offers the professional a comprehensive study in cosmetic dermatology, and includes both clinical and naturopathic therapies.  The material covers the causes of skin diseases, and discusses clinical applications such as laser, phototherapy, and IPL, and includes the latest science and technology when treating skin disease.  The program offers four modules that discusses skin conditions in detail along with treatment options that can be applied in any clinical environment.  We do recommend prerequisite courses which offer a better understanding of further study. 

Endorsed by Dermatologists

Our program has been reviewed and endorsed by renown physicians which makes it outstanding among other advanced study programs. 


The material has been reviewed and endorsed by Dr. Eric Schweiger, Dermatologist NYC and founder of Clear Clinic and over 24 medical spas in NY and NJ.   


IAAHS is proud to have such an outstanding and reputable dermatologist endorse our material.  Our program offers credible learning material like no other advanced esthetic program.    


  

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NCEA Commission On Accreditation

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IAAHS is an approved provider of continuing education through the NCEA COA.

The mission of the NCEA Commission on Accreditation (COA) is to facilitate and supervise continuing education standards for recertification or relicensure of skin care professionals.   

CE Article Instructions

ONLINE

Our online self-study program contains no print material and only includes a link to the CE Article. All material is copyrighted and copyright laws will be enforced. It is prohibited to copy, print, or modify any material for any reason without written permission by the author or by those who are given legal authority. 


SELF-STUDY

As a professional courtesy, all students who purchase a CE Article will receive a link to our Members Page. Only Members can access the Answer Key to the correlating CE Article. There is no charge for this service. 


1.       Go to www.iaahs.com to select CE Article. 

2.       Choose payment method.

3.       Payment can be made with credit or debit card, or through 

          PayPal at iaahs.edu@gmail.com

4.       Once payment is received, an email will be sent within 3-7 days with 

           a link to the CE Article.

5.       Download and read the CE Article.  Video content is embedded in the 

          article for further learning, and can be viewed by clicking on the video image.     

6.       Download the Registration Form found at www.iaahs.com on 

          the Dermatology Registration Page that is specific to the chosen CE article.  

7.       Complete the CE Registration Information (Section A) and Course Evaluation  

          (Section B). 

8.       Record your test answers on the CE Registration Form (Section C).  

9.       Email completed CE Registration Form to iaahs.edu@gmail.com.  

          The Registration Form will be kept on file along with the transcript for 

          CE verification. 

10.     Once both payment and Registration Form are received, a 

          Certificate of Completion will be emailed to the email address listed on 

           the Registration Form. 

           Please allow 1-3 weeks processing to receive Certificate of Completion.  

11.     Reference books are available for purchase with some CE Articles. 

           Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

     

SELF-STUDY CORRESPONDENCE LEARNING

Our correspondence learning self-study program includes print material of the CE Article, test questions and answers in book format. 


1.       Select Correspondence Learning CE Article. 

2.       Choose payment method.

3.       Payment can be made with credit or debit card, or through PayPal 

          at iaahs.edu@gmail.com.

4.       Once payment is received, an email will be sent verifying receipt of order. 

          Self-Study book contains CE material, test questions and answers.       

          Please allow 2-4 weeks for processing and delivery of self-study book. 

5.       Once received, read the CE Article.   

6.       Download the Registration Form on the Dermatology Registration Page 

          that is specific to the chosen CE article.  

7.       Record the test answers on the CE Registration Form (Section C).  

8.       Complete the CE Registration Information (Section A) and Course Evaluation              

          (Section B). 

9.       Email completed CE Registration Form to iaahs.edu@gmail.com.  The 

          Registration Form will be kept on file along with the transcript for 

          CE verification. 

10.     Once both payment and Registration Form are received, a 

          Certificate of Completion will be emailed to the email address listed on 

           the Registration Form. 

           Please allow 1-3 weeks processing to receive Certificate of Completion.  

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Dermatology CE Articles

Causes of Cutaneous Diseases and Disorders

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ONLINE Causes of Cutaneous Diseases and Disorders CEU 4

Studies have shown that skin disease involves numerous contributing factors which have a direct impact on the condition of the skin.  This material covers various factors such as the importance of epidermal function, as well as covers the effects that inflammation, immunity, and digestive health has on skin health.  The material is based on clinical studies and includes the latest science in the causes of cutaneous diseases and disorders. 

 

Material Reviewed and Endorsed by Dr. Eric Schweiger Dermatologist NYC. 


THE MATERIAL CONSISTS OF FOUR MODULES  


Module 1 Epidermal Function

Module 2 Immunity and Disease

Module 3 Inflammation and Disease

Module 4 Digestive Health and Disease


Includes Certificate of Completion along with documented CEU.     

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CORRESPONDENCE CERTIFICATION Causes of Cutaneous Diseases and Disorders Self Study Book CEU 4

SELF STUDY BOOK.  Causes of Cutaneous Diseases and Disorders. 

The material has been reviewed and endorsed by dermatologist Dr. Eric Schweiger. 

This book is a comprehensive review for advanced study in clinical esthetics, and covers the function of the epidermis, as well as the effects of inflammation, and the effects that digestive health and immune health has on skin disease. The material was designed to help reinforce learning objectives. Book includes CE Articles, test questions and answers. 


Includes Certificate of Completion along with documented CEU.  

Please allow 2-4 weeks for processing.  

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Causes of Cutaneous Diseases and Disorders Book

Book contains all four CE modules.   

Please allow 2-4 weeks for processing.    

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Learning Objectives, Tuition

Etiology and Clinical Management of Skin Disease

This section contains numerous topics that discusses causes of skin disease and clinical treatment options commonly used to manage skin conditions. All material is based on the latest clinical studies, and includes the latest in treatment applications such as photodynamic therapy.  The material is a thorough study on autoimmune skin disorders, and covers skin diseases such as acne, rosacea, sensitive skin, and scarring.  The material covers in detail hyperpigmented disorders such as melasma, post inflammatory hyperpigmentation, and sun damaged lesions and disorders.   


The material has been reviewed and endorsed by Dr. Eric Schweiger, Dermatologist NYC


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Etiology and Clinical Management of Sensitive Skin

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ONLINE Etiology and Clinical Management of Sensitive Skin CEU 10

Sensitive skin is a very common skin disorder that has numerous contributing factors besides the environment.   This material covers contributing factors such as epidermal function, inflammation, and immunity, and is an in-depth study on ethnicity.  The material covers clinical therapies such as chemical exfoliation, intense pulsed light, and laser modalities.       


Reviewed and Endorsed by Dr. Eric Schweiger Dermatologist NYC. 

Copyright images given with permission by Dermalogica. 


THE MATERIAL CONSISTS OF TWO MODULES  

Module 1 Causes of Sensitive Skin 

Module 2 Clinical Management of Sensitive Skin 

 

Includes Certificate of Completion along with documented CEU.    

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CORRESPONDENCE CERTIFICATION Etiology and Clinical Management of Sensitive Skin CEU 10

SELF STUDY BOOK.

Etiology and Clinical Management of Sensitive Skin.  

This book is a comprehensive review for advanced study in sensitive skin conditions, and covers contributing factors such as immunity and inflammation, and details predisposed factors such as ethnicity.  The material includes includes both modules along with test questions and answers.     


Includes Certificate of Completion along with documented CEU.   

Please allow 2-4 weeks for processing.  

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BOOK Etiology and Clinical Management of Sensitive Skin

Includes print material of both CE articles.  

Please allow 2-4 weeks for processing.   

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Learning Objectives, Tuition

Etiology and Clinical Management of Rosacea

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ONLINE Etiology and Clinical Management of Rosacea CEU 16

Rosacea is a common skin disease that has numerous contributing factors.  This material discusses the various contributing factors as well as covers in detail, clinical applications to manage rosacea skin conditions.  The material covers chemical peels, light therapy, and includes study on intense pulsed light and laser modalities.   


Copyright images given with permission by the National Rosacea Society.

Reviewed and Endorsed by Dr. Eric Schweiger Dermatologist NYC. 


THE MATERIAL CONSISTS OF TEN MODULES  

Module 1   Rosacea Pathology  

Module 2   Immunity

Module 3   Systemic Factor to Consider

                    Immune and Inflammatory Responses

Module 4   Lifestyle

Module 5   Strengthening the Skin Barrier

                    Exfoliation

Module 6   Managing Rosacea with Chemical Exfoliation

Module 7   Clinical Management of Rosacea

                    The Natural Moisturizing Factor

Module 8   Managing Rosacea

                    Strengthening Immunity

Module 9   Managing Inflammation

Module 10 Clinical Management of Rosacea  

    


Includes Certificate of Completion along with documented CEU.   


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CORRESPONDENCE CERTIFICATION Etiology and Clinical Management of Rosacea CEU 16

SELF STUDY BOOK Etiology and Clinical Management of Rosacea.   

This book is a comprehensive review for advanced study in rosacea skin conditions, and covers contributing factors such as immunity and inflammation.  The material details predisposed factors such as ethnicity.  The material includes a detail study of clinical as well as naturopathic therapies that can help to manage rosacea skin conditions.  Includes both CE modules along with test questions and answers.  


Includes Certificate of Completion along with documented CEU. 

Please allow 2-4 weeks for processing. 

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BOOK Etiology and Clinical Management of Rosacea

Book includes print material of both CE articles and reinforces learning objectives.   Please allow 2-4 weeks for processing.  

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Learning Objectives, Tuition

Etiology and Clinical Management of Acne

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ONLINE Etiology and Clinical Management of Acne CEU 16

Acne is a common skin disease that has numerous contributing factors.  This material discusses the various contributing factors as well as covers in detail, clinical applications to manage acneic skin conditions.  The material covers chemical peels, light therapy, laser modalities, as well as covers contributing factors such as inflammation, diet, immunity, and the importance of digestive health. 

   

Reviewed and Endorsed by Dr. Eric Schweiger Dermatologist NYC Founder of Clear Clinic. 


THE MATERIAL CONSISTS OF NINE MODULES  

Module 1 The Sebaceous Glands  

Module 2 Causes of Acne

Module 3 Systemic Factors to Consider

                  Immune and Inflammatory Responses, Digestive Health    

Module 4 Holistic Therapies to Manage Acne

Module 5 Managing Acneic Conditions

Module 6 Clinical Applications

                  Latest Treatment Options

Module 7 Clinical Applications

                  Reducing Oil Production  

Module 8 Clinical Applications

                  Reducing Bactria  

Module 9 Summary

                 Etiology and Clinical Management of Acne 


Includes Certificate of Completion along with documented CEU.      


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CORRESPONDENCE CERTIFICATION Etiology and Clinical Management of Acne CEU 16

SELF STUDY BOOK.

Etiology and Clinical Management of Acne.

This book is a comprehensive review for advanced study in acneic skin conditions, and covers internal factors such as immunity, inflammation, and digestive health. The material includes a detail study of clinical as well as naturopathic therapies that can help to manage acne skin conditions.  Includes both modules along with test questions and answers. 

 

Includes Certificate of Completion along with documented CEU.    

Please allow 2-4 weeks for processing. 

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BOOK Etiology and Clinical Management of Acne

Book includes print material of both CE articles.   

Please allow 2-4 weeks for processing.  

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Learning Objectives, Tuition

Skin Diseases and Disorders

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Etiology and Clinical Management of Acne Scars

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Causes and Clinical Management of Keratosis Pilaris

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Causes and Clinical Management of Sebaceous Gland Hyperplasia

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Causes and Clinical Management of Milia

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Hyperpigmented Disorders

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Causes and Clinical Management of Melasma

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Causes and Clinical Management of Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation

coming soon

Sun Exposure and Clinical Mgmt. of Sun Damaged Skin, Actinic Keratosis, Skin Cancer

coming soon