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The essential role of dermatology publications in enhancing professional diversity, equity, and inclusion

      Dermatology publications have substantial untapped potential to improve patient care for all patients and communities. The leadership role of both the editors and editorial boards of these journals, books, and digital media provides an important opportunity to support professional diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) plus democratization of knowledge.
      • Burgin S
      • Dlova NC
      • Goldsmith LA.
      Dermatological education for the 21st century: prioritizing diversity.
      Multiple events in many countries in recent times have demonstrated the need to work harder at DEI to ensure a level playing field for all patients, clinicians, and researchers.
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        • Dlova NC
        • Goldsmith LA.
        Dermatological education for the 21st century: prioritizing diversity.
        Br J Dermatol. 2021; 184: 740-741
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