Online Dermoscopy for Not-So-Beginners Part 3

Online Dermoscopy for Not-So-Beginners Part 3

Online Dermoscopy for Not-So-Beginners Part 3

DecemberDec 08 2022 09:00

Do you need to brush up on your knowledge and management of skin lesions? Does your practice have a dermatoscope, but you haven't had the training to use it?

Back by popular demand, this training will be running once more this year, again delivered by Dr. Chin Whybrew, an experienced GP with a passion for primary care dermatology (and dermoscopy in particular).

These sessions are FREE to attend and open to any primary care clinician who assesses skin lesions. If you have not attended this training before, please attend the sessions in sequence, as they do build on one another.

For those clinicians who have attended the course previously, you are very welcome to do so again, but there is a "refresher session" available.

This is aimed at people who are reasonably confident using a dermatoscope and have done the first two parts of the three-part course. We recommend practising with the scope in between the first two parts and this one.

  • Troubleshooting tips, and photography techniques
  • Recap of commonly-seen lesions in primary care
  • The “chaos and clues” algorithm for pigmented lesions
  • “Prediction without pigment” for non-pigmented lesions

    Organizer of Online Dermoscopy for Not-So-Beginners Part 3
    The Integrated Care Board is the new organisation responsible for the day-to-day running of the NHS. The NHS Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire ICB takes account of population needs, arranges for the provision of services and manages the NHS budget. Nationally, ICBs were legally established on 1 July 2022, and Clinical Commissioning Groups were abolished.

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