The Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology (JAAD), the official scientific publication of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), aims to satisfy the educational needs of the dermatology community. As the specialty's leading journal, JAAD features original, peer-reviewed articles emphasizing: clinical, investigative, and population-based studies; healthcare delivery and quality of care research; high quality, cost effective, and innovative treatments; new diagnostic techniques, and; other topics related to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disorders of the skin, hair, and nails.
The American Journal of Dermatopathology, the official journal of the International Society of Dermatopathology (ISDP), offers outstanding coverage of the latest diagnostic approaches and laboratory techniques, as well as insights into contemporary social, legal, and ethical concerns. Each issue features review articles on clinical, technical, and basic science advances and illuminating, detailed case reports.
The Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (JEADV) publishes articles of general and practical interest in the field of dermatology and venereology including clinical and basic science topics, as well as research with practical implications. It does so through editorials, review and practice articles, original papers of general interest, short reports, letters to the editor, features and EADV announcements.
The Journal of Dermatological Treatment covers all aspects of the treatment of skin disease, including the use of topical and systematically administered drugs and other forms of therapy. The Journal is positioned to give dermatologists cutting edge information on new treatments in all areas of dermatology. It also publishes valuable clinical reviews and theoretical papers on dermatological treatments.
Journal of Cutaneous Pathology publishes manuscripts relevant to diseases of the skin in a broad sense, with the aims of advancing scientific knowledge regarding dermatopathology and enhancing the communication between clinical practitioners and research scientists.
The Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy is a unique journal that focuses on the application of cosmetic laser and light therapies on the skin. It provides a forum for stimulating and up-to-date studies demonstrating the wide range of therapeutic options for clinicians and surgeons involved in cosmetic and dermatological treatment. The Journal is aimed at dermatologists, cosmetic surgeons, plastic and facial plastic surgeons, oculoplastic surgeons and all those interested in the rapidly expanding field of cosmetic and laser therapy.
Published since 1893, Dermatology provides a worldwide survey of clinical and investigative dermatology. In addition to original papers, the Journal publishes rapid communications, short communications, and letters to Dermatology.
Exclusively devoted to dermatologic surgery, the Dermatologic Surgery journal publishes the most clinically comprehensive and up-to-date information in its field. This unique monthly journal provides today’s most expansive and in-depth coverage of cosmetic and reconstructive skin surgery and skin cancer through peer-reviewed original articles, extensive illustrations, case reports, ongoing features, literature reviews and correspondence.
Dermatitis is owned by the American Contact Dermatitis Society and is the home journal of 4 other organizations, namely Societa Italiana di Dermatologica Allergologica Professionale e Ambientale, Experimental Contact Dermatitis Research Group, International Contact Dermatitis Research Group, and North American Contact Dermatitis Group. It focuses on contact, atopic, occupational, and drug dermatitis, and welcomes manuscript submissions in these fields, with emphasis on reviews, studies, reports, and letters.
Dermatologic Clinics brings you the most practical and comprehensive information on the treatment and care of skin disorders, complete with photos, drawings, and diagrams to illustrate points and demonstrate techniques. Published quarterly—in January, April, July, and October—each issue is devoted to a single timely topic related to clinical dermatology, including hair disorders, pediatric dermatology, autoinflammatory disorders, contact dermatitis, and more.