Journal article

How Coronavirus Disease 2019 Changed Dermatology Practice in 1 Year Around the World: Perspectives from 11 Countries.

Qisi Sun, Devon E McMahon, Pearl O Ugwu-Dike, Qiuning Sun, Keyun Tang, Hanlin Zhang, Poonkiat Suchonwanit, Choon Chiat Oh, Alvin H Chong, Anneliese Willems, Cristina Galván, Roni P Dodiuk-Gad, Fabrizio Fantini, Sebastiano Recalcati, Joao Avancini, Denise Miyamoto, Jose A Sanches, Noufal Raboobee, Francisco Bravo, Esther E Freeman

Dermatol Clin | Elsevier BV | Published : 2021

Abstract

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) brought the world to its knees. As each nation grappled with launching an effective response while simultaneously minimizing repercussions on health care systems, economies, and societies, the medical and scientific landscape shifted forever. In particular, COVID-19 has challenged and transformed the field of dermatology and the way we practice. In this article, dermatologists from 11 countries share insights gained from local experience. These global perspectives will help provide a better framework for delivering quality dermatologic care and understanding how the field has evolved during this medical crisis.