Do you want to improve your management of skin lesions? Are you aware that your practice has a dermatoscope but you haven't had the training to use it?
If so, we're sure you'll be pleased to hear that: in 2022, there will be two further blocks of dermoscopy training 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. You are welcome to attend any session more than once, but please note that each course consists of three half-day sessions, and it is important that you attend them in order unless you have participated in dermoscopy training before.
For those clinicians who have attended the course previously, you are very welcome to do so again, but there is a "refresher session" available.
For information on the whole course, please click here.
Otherwise, below is information about this particular session:
- How dermoscopy works and practical tips, including how to get good dermoscopy photos and troubleshooting tips
- A practical demonstration of the Heine DELTAone, including how to turn it on, focus it, charge it, clean it, etc.
- Interpretation of dermoscopic structures in benign lesions (seb K, angiomas, warts, dermatofibromas, sebaceous hyperplasia, comedones), BCCs and melanomas (and how this always needs to be taken in clinical context)
- How to put it all together into a simple algorithm
- Other uses of dermoscopy in primary care
Thursday 20 January | 14.00 - 17.30
Thursday 7 April | 14.00 - 17.30
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