Full Course Information
- How To Enrol
- CPD Hours
Outline & Components
This day is run by leading Australian Dermatologists and will give students an opportunity to explore the use of dermoscopy and how to conduct a full skin check using diagnostic algorithms. In addition, students will have the opportunity to practice various types of skin biopsy and suturing techniques.
This one-day, interactive workshop will focus on:
- Diagnosis and management of advanced skin cancers and benign and precancerous lesions
- The use of dermoscopy and how to conduct a full skin check using diagnostic algorithms
- Practicing various types of skin biopsy and suturing techniques
Each student’s work will be closely examined and assessed to provide the lecturer with insight into their students’ learning process.
Suture practice kits are included in the course fee and will be delivered to our students during the course.
Why should you take this workshop?
- Reduce mistakes and improve productivity
- Stay up-to-date with industry training
- Address knowledge gaps or refresh important but seldom-used skills
Workshop dates 2024
Melbourne – 16th of March (subject to change)
Sydney – 15th of June (subject to change)
Brisbane – 12th of October (subject to change)
One low fee:
- One day workshop $950
how to enrol
Please contact email@example.com to sign up for this refresher course.
Please note that this workshop is a stand alone version of the Practical Dermoscopy workshop and as such considered a refresher session if you have already completed this certificate.
This course is aimed at General Practitioners, Registrars and prevocational Doctors, that have already completed our Practical Dermoscopy Course.
For queries regarding your eligibility, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
course learning outcomes
- Describe the process of conducting a full-skin examination
- Use correct morphologic descriptors to describe features of skin lesions visible to the naked eye
- Use correct dermoscopic terminology to describe skin lesions visible by dermoscope
- Discuss the significance of dermoscopic features of skin lesions
- Make a provisional diagnosis of skin lesions based on their morphological and dermoscopic features
- Formulate a first-step management plan based on a combination of clinical information, morphology and dermoscopic features of suspicious skin lesions
- Describe systems for monitoring and follow-up of patients with suspicious skin lesions
- Undertake basic biopsy and suture techniques
This course is not accredited for RACGP CPD hours.