Upon completion of the chapter the reader will be able to

1. Describe the pathophysiology of common skin disorders.

2. Assess the signs and symptoms of common skin disorders in a presenting patient.

3. List the goals of treatment for patients with common skin disorders.

4. Select appropriate nonpharmacologic and pharmacologic treatment regimens for patients presenting with common skin disorders.

5. Identify adverse effects that may result from pharmacologic agents used in the treatment of common skin disorders.

6. Develop a monitoring plan which will assess the safety and efficacy of the overall disease state management of common skin disorders.

7. Create educational information for patients about common skin disorders, including appropriate self-management, available drug treatment options and anticipated therapeutic responses.

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