The Dermatology Nurses’ Association’s 32nd Annual Convention

DNA 2014 Annual Meeting

TRANSFORMING AND EVOLVING: Believing in Change

May 1-4, 2014

Orlando, Florida
Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin

Speaker Spotlight: Dr. Ted Rosen

This is the first in a five part series that will spotlight speakers from the upcoming DNA Convention. Today, the Spotlight is on Dr. Ted Rosen
 
 
Who are they and where are they from? 
Dr. Ted Rosen is currently a dermatologist in Houston, TX. He hails originally from Chicago and received his education at the University of Michigan. He attributes his career choice in Dermatology to a role model he had as a student, Dr. Peter Lynch. 
 
What are they presenting? 
Rosen will be presenting “STD Update,” “Gruesome Groins,” and “Innovative Therapeutics” on May 1st at the Nurse Practitioner Forum. 
 
What should attendees take away from the presentation?
Rosen hopes that the main takeaway from his presentation will be that not all genital lesions are STDs, and that ancillary testing is often required to diagnose genital lesions, while Morphology alone is not sufficient. He believes that these will be among the many “practical pearls” that attendees will be able to apply to their careers. 
 
How do they “Transform and Evolve”? 
Rosen embraces the theme of “Transforming and Evolving” by reading literature, attending conferences and looking for new trends and innovative solutions. 
 
Who should attend this presentation? 
Rosen says that anyone looking to be entertained at this year’s convention should attend his presentation. 
 
Fun Fact
Rosen has been an avid coin collector since he was 8 years old. 
 
Five Most-Played Artists on their iPod
Chris Spheeris, Adele, Avicii, David Guetta, and Armin van Buuren 
 
What would they take to a deserted island? 
Rosen would take his iPod, a small nuclear reactor to power his iPod, and a herd of sheep (because he loves lamb chops) to a deserted island. 
 
The Last Word
Rosen urges that all attendees come to his presentation with an open mind. 
 
 
 
 

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