Meet the Dermatology Team (2023)

The dermatology team uses a multidisciplinary team approach (MDT).

The multidisciplinary team consists of pathologists, radiologists, plastic surgeons, dermatologists, oncologists, specialist nurses and MDT coordinators. The team meets weekly with colleagues at Norfolk and Norwich Hospital to discuss treatment plans for patients.

Pathologists - Our fellow pathologists work at the Cotman Center in Norwich and some samples went to Addenbrookes.

The medical oncologists are based at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals.

Radiology - CT scans, MRIs and ultrasound-guided biopsies performed at James Paget University Hospital

PET scan performed at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

Plastic Surgeons - Our fellow Plastic Surgeons are based in Norfolk and Norwich and work in both hospitals. Dr Elissen, a local GP with a particular interest in complex surgeries, performed some of them.

Ophthalmology – Some skin cancers that are located near the eyes will be referred to a plastic ophthalmologist in the eye department. Once the referral is complete, you will be booked in for a consultation to discuss surgery or go straight to surgery.

this is a teamSupported by Ben Smith, MDT Coordinator, Reservations Coordinator and Secretary.

medical team

Dr. Mousumi Dasgupta Zaman, FRCP, MRCP (Dermatology) - Consultant Dermatology Clinical Director and Local MDT Skin Director

Dr Zaman graduated from Bangladesh and came to the UK after completing his Foundation Year, completing further training in the NHS and working in Emergency, Intensive Care, Emergency Medicine and Dermatology.

Dr Zaman completed postgraduate degrees in Medicine and Dermatology and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (London) and the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. A fellow of the British Academy of Dermatology, Dr. Zaman has a special interest in skin allergy and medical education, runs general and pediatric dermatology clinics and specialist allergy clinics, includes clinical trials of patches and skin pricks in adults, and has peers in the British Medical Journal Several papers have been published in reviewed journals (BMJ).

Dr Zaman is currently Clinical Head of Dermatology and co-leads the Student Dermatology Unit at UEA with Dr. Elissenom.

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Dr. Mariella Elissen – Associate Specialist in Dermatology. Pioneers in Cancer, Advanced Skin Surgery and Native Skin MDT

Dr. Elissen graduated from the University of Amsterdam in February 1994. She went on to train in Tropical Medicine (Surgical) and Family Medicine with James Paget and became a GP in 2000. After living in Australia she became interested in skin cancer and dermatology surgery. In 2008 he started working with James Paget Dermatology. In 2009 he obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Secondary Surgery, and in 2020 he was certified as a General Practitioner, taking on an expanded role in medical dermatology and the treatment of skin lesions.

Current role? Dermatology JPUH - Senior Director, Skin Cancer, Senior Director, Two Week Waiting Clinic, Senior Director, Senior Skin Surgery, UEA Mentor, Audit Supervisor

Great Yarmouth and Waveney ICS - Minor Surgery Services

Rosedale Surgery - GP Partner, UEA Tutor (Obstetrics/Gynecology/Pediatrics/Palliative Care/Geriatrics), Audit Manager

Member of the British Society of Dermatological Surgery

FSRH members under the jurisdiction of LARC

RCGP member

Dr. Thamir Abraham – Local Consultant Dermatologist

Dr Thamir Abraham is a Locum Consultant Dermatologist working at James Paget

He is a graduate of the Department of Dermatology from the University of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, also from the University of Cambridge, and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine, St Louis Society of Dermatology. Johns and British Association of Dermatologists

He graduated in 1993 and worked in NHS dermatology for 15 years with a particular interest in skin cancer.

Dr Daniele Torchia – Local Consultant Dermatologist

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Dr. Torchia received his medical degree in 2002, a specialist degree in dermatology and venereology in 2006, and a doctorate in experimental and clinical oncology from the University of Florence, Italy in 2011. He conducted postdoctoral research in basic skin biology at the University of California, San Diego (2009) and the University of Miami (2011).

Dr Torchia is fully licensed and registered as a dermatologist with the General Medical Council (London). He has been working as a dermatologist at James Paget Hospital since 2016.

Dr Torchia is a full member of the British Association of Dermatologists, an international member of the American Academy of Dermatology and a senior member of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology. He has more than one hundred scientific publications in international biomedical journals and has received numerous research awards and grants. He is particularly interested in immunodermatology, skin mosaicism and photodynamic therapy.

Dr. Rayehana Akter – Dermatologist Specialist

After graduating from Bangladesh in 2006, Ph.D. Akter has a master's degree in dermatology. With extensive internal medicine experience and core teaching experience at various medical schools in Bangladesh, Dr Akter joined the NHS and worked in A&E before moving into dermatology

Dr Akter regularly sees outpatients and surgeries and teaches students at the University of East Anglia.

Dr. Omar Ahmed – Dermatologist

Dr. Hina Mehmood – Dermatologist Specialist

Dr. Asha James - Locum Dermatologist

plastic surgeon

Mr Sam Norton Consultant Plastic Surgery, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Honorary Consultant Plastic Surgery, James Paget University Hospital

Specialties: Hand Surgery, Skin Cancer Surgery, Pediatric Plastic Surgery, Lower Extremity Trauma, Microsurgery

Specialty: Pediatric Plastic Surgery

Special clinical interest: surgery. Microsurgery; Skin cancer surgery; Lower extremity reconstruction

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Current members of national and regional professional bodies: BMA, BAPRAS, BSSH, ISAPS

Degree and University: MBBS (Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, University of London), FRCSEd (Plast) Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, MSc AesPlastSurg (Queen Mary, University of London)

Sam is a graduate of Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School in London. He did his initial plastic surgery training in London before returning closer to home to train in East Anglia. He has also been on international fellowships in Australia and India to gain additional experience in microsurgery, hand surgery and wound repair. He has particular expertise in elective and emergency hand surgery, skin cancer surgery, pediatric plastic surgery and lower extremity reconstruction, as well as extensive experience in general plastic surgery.

G. Guido Koehler (NNUHFT [Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust]) – plastični kirurg

Guido has been a consultant at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) since 2017, after completing his plastic surgery residency in Germany and training in the US. Board-certified Plastic Surgeon since 2009, Dr. Koehler previously worked as a consultant at the University of Würzburg, Germany.

Mr Nicholas (Nick) Sheppard (NNUHFT) - Plastic Surgeon

Nick graduated from Oxford University in 2001 and trained in General Surgery and Plastic Surgery in London, Cambridge and Chelmsford. He completed a National Fellowship in Interface Operations before joining Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) in February 2016. He has multi-specialty training and is interested in plastic surgery and hand surgery. These include soft tissue reconstruction and microvascular reconstruction, joint replacement and wrist surgery. He also specializes in sarcoma and skin cancer surgery.

Nick attended James Paget University Hospital as an Honorary Consultant Plastic Surgeon.

K. Daniel MorrittConsultant Plastic, Reconstructive and Hand Surgery, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Norwich,Honorary Consultant Plastic Surgeon, James Paget University Hospital, Great Yarmouth

Secretary: Lisa Thompson (

Degree and University: MBChB, MSc, FRCS (Plast)

Specialty: Plastic Surgery

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Specialties: Hand Surgery; Skin Cancer Surgery; Microsurgery

After graduating from Leeds University, Mr Morritt completed his basic surgical training in Yorkshire. He trained in Plastic Surgery in East Grinstead, Oxford, Edinburgh and London (Royal Free Hospital and St Thomas' Hospital). He holds an MSc in Tissue Engineering from Cardiff University. After completing his residency, he spent a year in Adelaide, Australia completing a Microsurgery Fellowship and a Surgery Fellowship in Chelmsford with Mr Elliott and Mrs Sirotakov.

Mr. Morritt's special interests include nerve compression including carpal tunnel syndrome. Arthritis (steroid injections and joint replacements); Dipuytren's. Disorders; Trigger; Tumors of the hand (including ganglia, nodules, and skin lesions);

Ms Bridget Hemmant - Oculoplastic Surgeon

You can find out more about Mrs Bridget Hemmant here.

Mr. Awotesu – Eye Plastic Surgeon

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Julie Errington – Dermatology Nurse Specialist

Some referrals are seen by our specialist nurses during the two week waiting period. They will take a medical history, examine the lesion, and discuss the best course of treatment, which may include surgical resection.

Helen French - Dermatology Nurse Aide

Leanne Clark - Dermatology Nurse Aide

Barbara Collins – Dermatology Nurse Aide

Krystle Dennis - Dermatology Nurse Aide

Krystle is one of our dermatology nurses trained in minor surgery and can perform the procedure or attend your clinic appointment to discuss your results.

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How can I increase my chances of matching into dermatology? ›

If you show you can work hard and are well-liked by everyone, you are automatically in a more favorable position to match there. Stellar scores or 10+ publications are not going to impress anyone if you don't have advocates. The more advocates in your corner, the higher your chances of matching become.

Why is getting into dermatology so hard? ›

Fewer students match into dermatology because there are a limited number of residency spots each year. Match data from 2017 shows that there were 423 spots available but 479 seniors. More students are looking to get into dermatology than there are spots available.

How hard is it to match into dermatology as a do? ›

Dermatology also offers great variety, with patients of all ages seeking help for medical, surgical and cosmetic treatments. For these reasons and many more, dermatology is one of the most difficult specialties to match into. Audition rotations are a crucial part of the application cycle.

How do you ace a dermatology interview? ›

Here are five helpful tips to consider as you prepare for your next dermatology interview:
  1. Use the STAR method. To ensure that your responses show the positive results of your actions, use the STAR method when answering questions.
  2. Remain confidential. ...
  3. Try to stay positive. ...
  4. Say thank you. ...
  5. Remember to follow up.
Sep 30, 2022

What percentage of dermatology applicants match? ›

Is Dermatology IMG Friendly? Dermatology is not very IMG-friendly, with an overall 34% match rate and 3% of spots filled by IMGs in the 2022 Match. In 2022, 25 US IMGs and 25 non-US IMGs applied to dermatology; 9 US IMGs and 8 non-US IMGs matched.

How many derm interviews do you need to match? ›

We don't recommend more than 2-3 Derm rotations max—spend time getting trained in other areas too. You should reach out to a Dermatologist as soon as possible to discuss your interest if you're considering Derm. Reading this is the first step but having a meeting to discuss your CV and your intentions is critical.

What happens if I don't match into dermatology? ›

Some people will proceed with an intern year and reapply. If they do not match the second time, they commonly undertake a research fellowship position and apply again the following cycle.

What Step 1 score do you need for dermatology? ›

A solid dermatology application would include a minimum score of 250 on Step 1, 248 on Step 2, a LOR from 1+ dermatologist, and a rotation in the department.

Is dermatology the hardest to get into? ›

Dermatology is one of the most competitive medical specialties to match into. It is one of the top five specialties for physician happiness and compensation. It also offers a great variety to patients of all ages seeking medical, surgical, and cosmetic treatments.

What is the highest paying dermatology residency? ›

Resident Dermatology Salaries
Job TitleSalary
Los Angeles County Resident (Dermatology) salaries - 1 salaries reported$89,704/yr
Cleveland Clinic Resident (Dermatology) salaries - 1 salaries reported$60,807/yr
Tufts University Resident In Dermatology salaries - 1 salaries reported$62,972/yr
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How many publications do I need for dermatology? ›

Dermatology (20.9) Otolaryngology (17.2) Orthopaedic surgery (16.5)

What is the least you could make as a dermatologist? ›

Dermatologist salaries typically range between $202,000 and $820,000 a year.

How do you stand out in a medical interview? ›

Now Available! How to Excel at the Medical School Interview
  1. Be enthusiastic. ...
  2. Be respectful and courteous to everyone you meet. ...
  3. Don't be arrogant. ...
  4. Prepare answers to common questions ahead of time. ...
  5. Watch your body language. ...
  6. Stand out, but not with your clothes. ...
  7. Ask questions. ...
  8. Talk to current medical students.

What questions to ask a dermatologist in an interview? ›

10 Key Questions to Ask A Dermatologist
  • How often should I exfoliate? ...
  • Are there any treatments you'd recommend for my skin type? ...
  • What is the best sunscreen to use? ...
  • Would you recommend injectable treatments? ...
  • Are there any treatments I should avoid? ...
  • What is the cause of my acne? ...
  • What foods should I eat more of?
Apr 5, 2023

How should your appearance be for an interview? ›

Be clean and pressed—no matter what the dress code is at the organization you are interviewing at, you should be sure that your clothes are free of any rips, stains, or pet hair! not acceptable on the job!) No bare legs or sneakers either. ✓ Avoid loud or flashy styles and colors; and no thigh high skirts.

How many medical students don t match? ›

Typically, less than 10% of U.S. medical school graduates experience the much greater disappointment of not matching at all.

What is the lowest match rate for residency? ›

Plastic surgery had the lowest match rate in 2020, with 72% of applicants matching into a residency program in the specialty. Otolaryngology, neurological surgery, vascular surgery, and orthopedic surgery also had match rates lower than 80% during that year -- marking them as "more competitive" than other fields.

What happens if you don't match into residency? ›

Med students who don't receive a match through Main Residency Match are eligible to reapply for a different specialty through the Supplemental Offer and Acceptance Program (SOAP). In 2021, 48% of U.S. medical students, 27% of U.S. DO students, and 18% of IMGs had matched with their residency program through SOAP.

What is a good number of interviews for residency? ›

Dr. Allen said that University of Washington tells students that 15 interviews is a good number to aim for. So, an early invitation from a school in the middle of your list—depending on how long your list is—may be one you should strongly consider accepting.

What percentage of applicants are invited to interview? ›

What Percentage of Total Applicants Get an Interview? With the average online job posting receiving 250 resumes, only a small percentage of applicants will get an interview. Since most employers interview fewer than 10 candidates for a position, only 2-3% of applicants will receive an interview on average.

How many candidates to interview before hiring? ›

Short answer: As many as it takes. Long answer: Typically you should expect to talk to 7-10 candidates, make 2 paper offers, and have 1 accepted. Having a recruiting culture that's focused on speed and efficiency makes a massive impact on your success.

Do dermatologists check privates? ›

Some dermatologists do a full-body exam in every sense of the phrase, including genital and perianal skin. Others address these areas only if a patient specifically requests them. If you've noted any concerning spots in this area, raise them.

What not to say to a dermatologist? ›

11 Lies You Should NEVER Tell Your Dermatologist
  • "I wear sunscreen every day." ...
  • "I wash my makeup off every night." ...
  • "I have never used a tanning booth." ...
  • "I won't exercise after in-office treatments." ...
  • "You are the first doctor I've seen for this." ...
  • "I don't douche." ...
  • "I promise, I am not pregnant." ...
  • "I eat a balanced diet."
Mar 12, 2015

Why do med students not match? ›

According to the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), the top three reasons for students not matching are poor exam scores, poor academic standing, and poor interviewing or interpersonal skills.

What is the average step 2 for derm? ›

In 2022, the top five specialties with the highest average Step 2 CK scores were plastic surgery, dermatology, and ENT all tied for first at 257, orthopedic surgery in fourth at 256, and diagnostic and interventional radiology tied for fifth at 253 just edging out neurosurgery with a score of 252.

What is the average IMG Step 1 score? ›

Average USMLE® Step 1 Score (IMGs Matched)

For less competitive residencies, the mean USMLE® Step 1 scores were between 221 and 237. The mean USMLE® Step 1 score for IMGs for the most competitive residencies was between 239 and 246.

How many letters do you need for dermatology residency? ›

You need at least three letters of recommendation per residency, and you can submit up to four per residency.

What is the hardest medical specialty to become? ›

Based on our comprehensive analysis, the top most competitive specialties are as follows:
  • Plastic Surgery.
  • ENT.
  • Dermatology.
  • Orthopedic Surgery.
  • Neurosurgery.
  • Thoracic Surgery.
  • Urology.
  • Vascular Surgery.
Sep 11, 2022

What type of dermatologist makes the most? ›

What are Top 5 Best Paying Related Dermatologist Jobs in the U.S.
Job TitleAnnual SalaryMonthly Pay
Pediatric Dermatologist$400,000$33,333
Dermatologist Private Practice$376,453$31,371
Dermatology Procedural Physician$376,453$31,371
Independent Contractor Dermatology Physician$376,453$31,371
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How stressful is dermatology? ›

Low-stress environment

Dermatology appointments are often routine. Few skin conditions are life-threatening, and dermatologists rarely have to perform high-stakes procedures. This can lead to a more positive everyday work experience and lower stress levels than other medical professions.

What state pays dermatologists the most? ›

Best States For a Dermatologist

Our research found that North Dakota is the best state for dermatologists, while North Dakota and Minnesota are ranked highest in terms of median salary. North Dakota has a median salary of $217,680 and North Dakota has the highest median salary among all 50 states for dermatologists.

Who is the most paid doctor in the world? ›

Top 19 high-paying doctor jobs
  • Surgeon. ...
  • Dermatologist. ...
  • Orthopedist. ...
  • Urologist. ...
  • Neurologist. National average salary: $237,309 per year. ...
  • Orthodontist. National average salary: $259,163 per year. ...
  • Anesthesiologist. National average salary: $328,526 per year. ...
  • Cardiology physician. National average salary: $345,754 per year.
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What is the highest paid doctor specialty? ›

Neurosurgeons are the highest paid physician specialists, earning an average of $788,313 annually, according to Doximity's "2023 Physician Compensation Report."

Can I match derm without research? ›

No, you can't. If you're an MS1 then you have the entirety of medical school to get at least some projects done. A better question is how much research you need to match dermatology, and surprisingly, it's not that much.

Does an mph help with residency? ›

“Completing an MPH degree after medical school [such as during] residency, fellowship, or as an attending [physician] is beneficial because you may have a better idea of how you might apply your public health knowledge to your specialty—and sometimes your institution may be able to help support you financially,” Dr.

How many times a year should you go to the dermatologist? ›

As part of a complete early detection strategy, we recommend that you see a dermatologist once a year, or more often if you are at a higher risk of skin cancer, for a full-body, professional skin exam.

What is the lowest paid doctor? ›

Surgical specialities tend to yield the highest pay, while pediatricians typically take home the least, according to a recent report from Doximity. The networking service for medical professionals has released its 2023 Physician Compensation Report, tracking trends in physician pay nationwide.

What is the fastest you can become a dermatologist? ›

How long it takes to become a dermatologist depends on whether you take gap years or pursue other dermatology-related opportunities, but it typically takes 12 years. You must complete an undergraduate degree, attend medical school, and complete a residency to become fully licensed.

What is the highest paying job in the world? ›

So, given below is an updated list of the most paid jobs in the world.
  1. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) ...
  2. Medical Professionals. ...
  3. Corporate Lawyer. ...
  4. Investment Banker. ...
  5. Data Scientist. ...
  6. Project Manager. ...
  7. Senior Software Engineer. ...
  8. Web Developers.
May 9, 2023

What not to say in a med interview? ›

9 Things You Should Not Say In A Medical Interview
  • “I'm not sure why I want to be a doctor”
  • “I don't mind which medical school I get into”
  • “I wouldn't apply again if I didn't get in”
  • “I don't have any questions for you”
  • I'm not really sure what a junior doctor does”
Dec 4, 2022

What is a good weakness to say in a healthcare interview? ›

Reflect on your weaknesses

Spending too much time on paperwork. Paying too much attention to detail. Attempting to complete too many tasks at once. A lack of clinical experience, which may apply to recent graduates or new nurses.

What to say in an interview to make you stand out? ›

5 Ways to Stand Out in Your Next Job Interview
  1. 1) Avoid talking about what you're not.
  2. 2) Tell a story about yourself.
  3. 3) Allow yourself to be vulnerable.
  4. 4) Don't hide who you are.
  5. 5) Pose thoughtful questions to your hiring manager.
Jul 1, 2022

What should I tell my dermatologist? ›

Be ready to answer questions about your medical history as well, even issues that don't necessarily have to do with your skin. Your dermatologist will ask about any health issues, past and present. They will also want to know about family's health history if they've had acne or skin cancer for example.

What makes you interested in dermatology? ›

One of the main reasons to pursue a role in dermatology is that you can have the opportunity to complete meaningful, impactful work for your patients. You can use your skills and knowledge to treat potentially harmful conditions like skin cancer.

What way should you not say thank you for the interview? ›

Don't write a note saying you're qualified unless you can back it up with some specifics. Ideally, the specifics should come directly from the interview. For example, perhaps the interviewer asked about how you perform on a team, and you gave a great answer.

Does looks matter in an interview? ›

How you look during an interview counts for more than just physical appearance. The manner in which you carry yourself influences the impression you give off as well. Having a good posture even before you meet your interviewer is important because your potential co-workers might be observing you.

How can you appear confident when you feel nervous about an interview? ›

5 Ways to Look Confident in an Interview (Even When You're Freaking Out)
  1. Just Breathe. While waiting to be greeted by your interviewer, take a few moments to do some breathing. ...
  2. Don't Fidget. ...
  3. Make Eye Contact. ...
  4. Press Pause. ...
  5. Think Positively.

What medical schools have high dermatology match rates? ›

Baylor, Harvard, and University of Michigan matched the most students of dermatology in the period studied. Adjusting for class size, New York University, Yale, and Stanford proportionately matched the most students.

How competitive is Dermatopathology? ›

Dermatopathology is extremely competitive, and is even considered to be the most esteemed subspecialty of pathology. There are very few dermatopathology fellowships available for students to join, and each of these programs accepts a very limited number of applicants.

Do some med students not get matched? ›

Typically, less than 10% of U.S. medical school graduates experience the much greater disappointment of not matching at all. In 2022, the number was 6.7% for senior graduates of U.S. MD-granting schools, and 8.2% for graduates of DO-granting schools.

Where is highest pay for dermatologist? ›

Places with a higher saturation of elderly residents also offer a higher salary for dermatologists since they are in high demand. The cities in the United States where dermatologists make the most money include Seattle, Los Angeles, and New York City.

Where is dermatology most in demand? ›

Where are the best paying jobs for dermatologists?
  • Iowa. The Midwest has a great ratio of high-paying dermatology jobs to low cost of living. ...
  • Missouri. In Missouri, dermatologists have more opportunities to beat the national average. ...
  • Oregon. ...
  • Washington. ...
  • Texas. ...
  • Florida. ...
  • Louisiana. ...
  • Massachusetts.
Mar 21, 2017

What is the top salary for a dermatologist? ›

How much does a Dermatologist make in California? The average Dermatologist salary in California is $411,800 as of May 01, 2023, but the range typically falls between $353,700 and $480,500.

What is the least amount of years to become a dermatologist? ›

A minimum of twelve years of training and education is typically required in order to become a dermatologist in the United States and other western countries. This includes an undergraduate pre-medical degree, general medical training, internship and dermatology specialization training.

How stressful is being a dermatologist? ›

Low-stress environment

Dermatology appointments are often routine. Few skin conditions are life-threatening, and dermatologists rarely have to perform high-stakes procedures. This can lead to a more positive everyday work experience and lower stress levels than other medical professions.

What is the highest paid Dermatopathologist? ›

Salary Ranges for Dermatopathologists

The salaries of Dermatopathologists in the US range from $57,131 to $799,012 , with a median salary of $272,931 . The middle 57% of Dermatopathologists makes between $272,931 and $448,273, with the top 86% making $799,012.

Is dermatology harder than neurology? ›

Both are very different in many ways. Neurology has to be studied after completing general medicine as a broad speciality. Dermatology can be done after MBBS. In terms of working hours, patient load and overall stress, dermatology may be less demanding.


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