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Arising from a need for teachers of dermatology who are dug-in-the-trenches to meet and exchange ideas, the Dermatology Teachers Exchange Group (DTEG) was conceived 8 years ago with the purpose of advancing the science and art of teaching and learning dermatology. Formerly known as the Residency Curriculum Exchange Group, the DTEG has expanded its concerns to include not only resident trainees, but also dermatologic practitioners, medical students, and nondermatologic physicians. Its purview encompasses curriculum development, teaching strategies, faculty development, modes of evaluation, and transmission of information.
Cruz, Jr PD. Advancing the Science and Art of Teaching DermatologyAbstracts Presented at the Eighth Winter Meeting of the Dermatology Teachers Exchange Group, March 1, 1998, Orlando, Fla. Arch Dermatol. 1998;134(7):857–860. doi:10.1001/archderm.134.7.857
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