Jennifer Baron, MD Dermatology and Mohs Surgery

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Dr. Baron Has Integral Role in Training New Doctors in Academic Dermatology

Throughout her dermatology career, Dr. Baron has given many lectures to other physicians, surgeons, nurses and students.  She has also presented her Mohs fellowship research work on scar prevention to her peers at the international conference level.  Now, she brings her educational contributions closer to home as she has been selected by the O'Connor Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program, affiliated with Stanford University, to provide one-to-one dermatology education for new physicians.  She teaches on a completely volunteer basis.

Dr. Baron Educates Other Doctors at Local Hospital on Risks of UV Exposure
Written by Jennifer Baron, MD Staff
Monday, 30 August 2010 01:32
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Dr. Baron's UV-AsBsCs Lecture

As both a medical and procedural dermatologist, Dr. Baron's focus is treatment and reversal of skin and collagen damage stemming from overexposure to the sun. Last fall, she was invited to present her educational lecture to Stanford University Family Practice residents and other doctors and nurses at O'Connor Hospital in San Jose.  Her presentation, entitled "UV-A's, B's, and C's," provided a specialist's perspective on effective protection from and cosequences of too much ultraviolet sun radiation.

For more information on skin health maintenance and skin cancer prevention, you are welcome to visit the website of the Advanced Institute for Skin Cancer & Mohs Surgery (AISCMS), and education resource for the general public and an interactive blog.

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Hospitals are interested in keeping their staff informed on the latest clincal and research-based facts on sun-related health risks. Dr. Baron was more than happy to provide a free training seminar based on her experience and education as a dermatologist. She says local educational seminars like these keep the community informed about the dangers of the sun so we can all enjoy California's beautiful outdoors safely throughout the entirety of our lives.

...local educational seminars like these keep the community informed about the dangers of the sun so we can all enjoy California's beautiful outdoors safely through- out the entirety of our lives.

By the time the one-hour lecture was over, the room had filled up, to the point our photographer gave up his seat and others were left standing. Many questions were asked and the audience had a genuine sense of enthusiasm and interest on the topic. After the event, Dr. Baron concluded "Overall the presentation was a great success, and look forward to the next one." (photo credit: Chris Atkins)

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