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Justin Gordon, MD

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Specialties

Dermatology

Work and Education

Professional Education

Emory University School of Medicine Registrar, Atlanta, GA, 05/01/2010

Internship

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital Internal Medicine Residency, New York, NY, 06/30/2011

Residency

Stanford University Dermatology Residency, Redwood City, CA, 06/30/2014

Board Certifications

Dermatology, American Board of Dermatology

All Publications

Promoting sunscreen use and sun-protective practices in NCAA athletes: Impact of SUNSPORT educational intervention for student-athletes, athletic trainers, and coaches JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF DERMATOLOGY Ally, M. S., Swetter, S. M., Hirotsu, K. E., Gordon, J., Kim, D., Wysong, A., Donnelly, L., Li, S., Nord, K. M. 2018; 78 (2): 289-+

Abstract

Student-athletes (SAs) have an increased skin cancer risk on account of significant ultraviolet exposure; however, their sun-protective practices are suboptimal. A novel program, Stanford University Network for Sun Protection, Outreach, Research, and Teamwork (SUNSPORT), was designed to target SAs, coaches, and athletic trainers (ATs).To measure the impact of educational intervention on sun protection beliefs and practices of SAs.A survey of sun protection beliefs and practices was administered to National Collegiate Athletic Association athletes before and after intervention. SUNSPORT dermatologists educated SAs, coaches, and ATs regarding skin cancer risk and prevention methods. The main outcome was frequency of sunscreen use by SAs before versus after intervention.A total of 846 National Collegiate Athletic Association athletes were surveyed between September 23, 2012, and September 20, 2015. After intervention, significant increases were observed in sunscreen use 4 or more days per week by SAs (from 26% to 39% [P=.02]), SAs spoken to by their coach about sun safety (from 26% to 57% [P=.0001]), and SA recognition of higher skin cancer risk (from 54% to 67% [P=.04]).Intervention in only 1 West Coast university and no paired data.Following the SUNSPORT intervention, SAs were significantly more likely to usesunscreen,especially if encouraged by their coach. This study emphasizes that education directedtoSAs, ATs, and coaches can improve sun-protective practices in SAs.

View details for PubMedID 28993006

Successful Removal of a Henna Tattoo Using 2,940-nm Ablative Laser Resurfacing DERMATOLOGIC SURGERY Wysong, A., Gordon, J., Peng, D., Rahman, Z. 2013; 39 (5): 813-815

View details for DOI 10.1111/dsu.12142

View details for Web of Science ID 000318284300027

View details for PubMedID 23432952