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Skin cancer
  • Foundations of skin cancer medicine
  • An approach to pigmented skin lesions
  • An approach non-pigmented skin lesions
  • Dermatopathology
  • Topical treatment and medico-legal issues
  • Medicare billing
  • Preparation for surgical treatment
  • Excision and repair
  • Suturing and perfecting the ellipse
  • Local anaesthetics
  • Biopsy, haemostasis and halo grafting
  • Curretage and cryotherapy
  • Ellipse planning
  • The chaos and clues method
  • The big three: BCC, SCC and melanoma
  • Theory, anatomy and principles of Skin Cancer Surgery
  • Skin grafting and principles of flaps
  • Pivotal flaps (Rotation flaps)
  • Rhombus flaps
  • Wound care and managing complications
  • Advancement flaps
  • Skin Cancer Surgery case studies
  • Ellipses and suture techniques revisited
  • Grafts
  • The rhomboid flap
  • The banner flap
  • Tips and tricks
  • Bezier and keystone neurovascular island flaps
  • The Bilobed flap
  • Banner and Rhomboid flaps
  • V-Y Flaps and variants
  • Lip Wedges
  • Eyelids - Ellipses, flaps and grafts
  • Tips and Tricks revisited
  • Algorithms and the elephant approach
  • The chaos and clues method
  • Benign non-melanocytic lesions commonly seen in the practice
  • Malignant non-melanocytic lesions commonly seen in the practice
  • Melanocytic nevi
  • Melanoma
  • Facial lesions
  • Acral lesions
  • Pink tumours
  • Mucosal lesions
  • Difficult benign lesions including nevi with special features
  • Nail lesions
  • The broad spectrum of BCC and keratinocyte skin cancer
  • Difficult melanomas
  • Rare skin tumours
  • Dermoscopy in general dermatology
  • Screening children
  • Screening young adults
  • Screening older patients
  • Lesions in different skin types
  • Types of lesions - Flat/nodular, pigmented/non-pigmented
  • Management of patients with multiple moles
  • Dermoscopy for the management of non-melanoma skin cancer
  • Management rules to detect melanoma
  • Basic principles of applying dermoscopy in general dermatology
  • Common inflammatory dermatoses of the face and trunk
  • Disorders of pigmentation, infiltrative dermatoses and uncommon skin diseases
  • Viral, bacterial, fungal and parasitic infections
  • Basic principles of trichoscopy
  • Dermatoscopy of inflammatory and infectious diseases of the nails
  • Introduction to Dermatoscopy
  • Pigmented lesions - chaos & clues
  • Prediction without pigment
  • Melanocytic lesions
  • Dysplastic nevus - fact and fiction
  • Non-melanocytic lesions
  • Dermatoscopic / Histological Correlation
  • Dermatoscopy and dermatopathology cases
  • Artificial and human intelligence in dermoscopy
Dermoscopy masterclasses
  • Dermoscopy Excellence program presented by Professors Giuseppe Argenziano and Aimilios Lallas
  • Understanding and application of Dermoscopy in clinical practice presented by Professor Harald Kittler together with Professor Cliff Rosendahl, Associate Professor John Pyne and Dr Simon Clark


Medical nutrition
  • Understanding dietary guidelines and how they can be used to guide treatment
  • Busting myths and fads: superfoods, paleo, organics and other popular diets
  • Vitamins and minerals: When are supplements necessary?
  • Dietary approaches for the management of chronic disease including Mediterranean, MIND, vegetarian, high protein, low GI
  • Nutrition in gastrointestinal health
  • Malnutrition in the older adult: Identifying and managing nutritional risk
  • Pregnancy: Complete nutrition guide for fertility, pregnancy and lactation
  • The Non-diet approach - Making the shift to weight-inclusive health care
  • Metabolic syndrome and insulin resistance
  • Are carbs the enemy? Understanding the nutritional needs of patients with diabetes
  • Latest trends in cardiovascular nutrition
  • The gut microbiome: Prebiotic and probiotic treatments
  • Diet and depression
  • Eating disorders
  • Nutrition in chronic kidney disease
  • Childhood nutrition
  • Nutrition Management - Plan-Do-Study-Act


Men's & women's health
  • Family planning
  • Pregnancy
  • Menopause
  • From acne inversa to common menopausal problems
  • Domestic abuse
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI)
  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
  • Endrometriosis
  • Sexual health
  • Family planning (Advanced 1)
  • Infertility
  • Pregnancy complications
  • Obesity & overweight management
  • Post menopause health issues
  • Vaginal prolapse and urinary incontinence
  • Complimentary medicine
  • Family Planning (Advanced 2)
  • Pregnancy complications (Advanced 1)
  • Pregnancy complications (Advanced 2)
  • Familial risk of breast and ovarian cancer
  • Anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa
  • Premature ovarian insufficiency
  • Male sexual dysfunction
  • Depression in Men
  • Prostate conditions
  • Prostate cancer overview
  • STIs in men
  • GP cases - lifestyle choices
  • Penile conditions & Mmale fertility check
  • Testicular cancer and male breast cancer
  • Male hair loss and genital inflammatory dermatoses
  • Androgen deficiency
  • Dementia in men
  • Cardiovascular health and weight control in men
Geriatric medicine
  • Diagnosing dementia
  • Falls in the elderly
  • Polypharmacy and how to manage it
  • Osteoporosis Palliative care – the essentials
  • Depression in the elderly
Sexual health
  • Pregnancy
  • Menopause
  • Sexually transmitted infections (STI)
  • Polycystic ovarian syndrome
  • Endometriosis
  • Menstrual irregularities
  • Women's health - family planning 1
  • Women's health - sexual health
  • Women's health - family planning 2
  • Women's health - infertility
  • Pregnancy complications
  • Post menopause health issues
  • Vaginal prolapse and urinary incontinence
  • Women's health - family planning 3
  • Pregnancy complications (advanced 1)
  • Pregnancy complications (advanced 2)
  • Familial risk of breast and ovarian cancer
  • Premature ovarian insufficiency
  • Prostate conditions
  • Prostate cancer
  • STIs in men
  • Male sexual dysfunction
  • Male anatomy and clinical problems 1 
  • Penile conditions & male fertility check
  • Testicular cancer and male breast cancer
  • Men's health - androgen deficiency
  • Male anatomy and clinical problems 2
Chronic disease & conditions
  • Congestive cardiac failure
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
  • Communication skills in general practice
  • Diabetes Mellitus
  • Gastrointestinal complaints
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Hypertension
  • Hepatitis A, B and C
  • Coronary Artery Disease
  • Tobacco related conditions
  • The foundations
  • Cardiovascular health and weight control in men
  • Obesity & overweight management
  • Prostate cancer overview
  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
General dermatology
  • Common benign conditions, pigmentary conditions and cutaneous infections
  • Facial rashes, Systematic diseases and Fungal infections
  • Atopic dermatitis and Acne 1
  • Dermatopathology
  • Nail disorders and Hair loss
  • Paediatric topics, Follicular disorders and Blistering disorders
  • Hidradenitis suppurativa and Bullous pemphigoid
  • Urticaria and Drug eruptions
  • Utritional dermatoses and Delusions of parasitosis
  • Sexually transmitted infections and HIV
  • Vulvar skin diseases
  • Papulosquamous disorders
  • Dermatology cases
  • Hidradenitis suppurativa and Bullous pemphigoid
  • More challenging general dermatology cases
  • Dermatololgical emergencies, Vitiligo treatmens and Infestations
  • Treatment of dermatomyositis and Treatement of sarcoidosis
  • Systemic treatment options for psoriasis and Systemic treatment of Lichen Planus
  • Atopic dermatitis and Acne 2
  • Patch testing and contact dermatitis and Cuteaneous lymphomas
  • Rare nail disorders and Cicatricial alopecia
  • Bites: Animals, snakes and insects
  • Skin ulcers, pressure sores and wound care
  • Pregnancy Dermatoses
  • Oral mucosal diseases
  • Hidradenitis suppurativa and Bullous pemphigoid
  • Urticaria and Drug eruptions
  • Nutritional dermatoses and Delusions of parasitosis
  • Sexually transmitted infections and HIV
  • Vulvar skin diseases
  • Hidradenitis suppurativa diagnosis and treatment
Aesthetic medicine
  • Introduction to Aesthetic Medicine
  • Office based aesthetic treatments
  • Introduction to chemical peels
  • Introduction to lasers
  • Facial anatomy and planning safe treatments
  • Introduction to cosmetic injectables
  • Complications including relevant anatomy
  • Advanced Chemical Peels and Cosmeceuticals
  • Advanced cosmetic injectables and hyperhidrosis
  • Lasers: Vascular conditions
  • Lasers: Pigment conditions
  • Introduction to facial threadlift procedures
  • Non-aesthetic use of lasers
  • Ultrasound and radio frequency treatment
  • Acne and Rosacea
  • Global trends and aesthetic medicine developments
Clinical procedures
  • Foreign Bodies and Healing by Second Intention
  • Lumps and Bumps
  • Managing Infected Lesions
  • Principles of Wound Healing and Managing Small Procedures in General Practice
  • Closing the Wound
  • Lacerations and Wounds 


Musculoskeletal & sports medicine
  • Musculoskeletal Pain
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Neck injuries in sport
  • Physical and Biomechanical assessment of lower limb and gait problems
  • Degenerative joint diseases
  • Low back pain
  • Musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine - Plan-Do-Study-Act
Mental health
  • Detection, assessment and review of mental health issues
  • Depression (general)
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Anorexia, bulimia and other eating disorders
  • Post traumatic stress syndrome
  • Depression in the elderly
  • Domestic abuse
Medicinal cannabis
  • History of cannabis and medical acceptance
  • Introduction to the Endocannabinoid System
  • Exploring THC and CBD
  • Routes of administration, side effects and contra indications
  • Patient cases and basic ailments
  • Chronic pain and medicinal cannabis
  • Multiple sclerosis, spasticity, tremor, dystonia
  • Treatment resistant pain, neuropathic pain, cluster headaches and migraines
  • Auto immune disorders - Rheumatoid arthritis, Fibromyalgia
  • Inflammatory bowel disease - Chrons Disease and Ulcerative Colitis
  • ASD - Autism, ADHD, OCD, Tourettes
  • Diabetes, Glaucoma, hypertension
  • Geriatric and palliative medicine
  • Epilepsy – Adult and child
  • PTSD – Treatment in clinical practice
  • Advanced mental health
  • Medicinal Cannabis - Plan-Do-Study-Act
Respiratory conditions and infections
  • Asthma
  • Sinusitis
  • Upper Respiratory Tract Infection
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Domestic abuse & violence
  • Child physical abuse and neglect
  • Child sexual abuse

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Access 2,000+ hours of accredited activities and acquire critical skills to improve patient outcomes. 

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  • Demonstrations of procedures
  • Case discussions
  • Clinical audits & more

Study what you like, when you like

Access all of HealthCert’s university-assured course content at an annual flat fee and upskill in high-demand areas of primary care.

  • Skin cancer
  • Dermoscopy
  • General dermatology
  • Aesthetic medicine
  • Geriatric medicine
  • Men's & women's health
  • Musculoskeletal & sports medicine
  • Medical nutrition
  • Chronic disease & conditions 
  • Respiratory conditions & infections
  • Mental health
  • Immunisation & vaccination
  • Domestic abuse & violence
  • Sexual health and more!

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  • Clearly labelled activities that can be filtered according to study duration, topic, learning outcomes, and more.
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Frequently asked questions  

What sets HealthCert 365 apart from a HealthCert Education certificate or professional diploma?
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  • Access most of HealthCert's university assured course content at a flat monthly fee^.
  • Develop your own professional development plan or opt for pre-made 50-hour CPD programs in specific fields to save time.  
  • Select from over 2,000 hours of CPD, with new activities added continually. 
  • Stay on track with your CPD via automated progress reports and reminders. 
  • Upgrade your learning with a workshop or certificate course at reduced rates.
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  • Meet the 50 hours annual CPD requirement with one single Professional or Advanced Certificate or Professional Diploma course*.
  • Every course includes education activity and performance review hours.
  • Outcome measurement options available for Professional and Advanced Certificate courses to meet annual CPD requirements.
  • A clinical audit is built into Professional Diploma courses that will fulfill outcome measurement requirements.
  • Gain foundation or expert skills in one specific area of medicine.
  • Study at your own pace and receive a universityassured certificate.
  • Choose to complete the course fully online or with practical workshop.
  • From $1495 – deferred payment and bundle saving options available

* provided an outcome measurement activity with a minimum of 5 hours is completed. 


Is HealthCert 365 accredited?

Yes, it is easy to meet the minimum 50 hours CPD annual requirement across all three mandatory CPD activity types with HealthCert 365.

Each module clearly outlines the Education, Performance and Outcome hours it provides. Create your own mix of CPD activities from a video library of 200 short learning modules or select a curated 50-hour CPD program on one specific topic to hone your knowledge in this medical area.

All HealthCert 365 modules qualify for CPD hours from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP).

Contact us for more information.

Do I need to pass an English literacy test to complete a HealthCert course?

HealthCert does not set an English proficiency level as an entry requirement into our courses. You do not have to pass an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test. However, the courses are delivered in English and it would be expected that you should have sufficient proficiency in listening, reading and writing in the English language.

How do I know which course is most suitable for me?

Our courses cater to medical professionals with ranging levels of expertise and interests, and offer complete learning pathways from foundation knowledge to focused expertise.

What does education activity, performance review, and outcome measurement mean?

This only applies to doctors practising in Australia.

  • Educational activities are designed to expand your knowledge and skills. They're the common sort of CPD that you might think of.
  • Performance review activities require reflection and feedback about your work.
  • Measuring outcome activities use work data to ensure quality results.
What is the difference between skin cancer medicine and skin cancer surgery?

Skin cancer medicine is designed to teach how to diagnose and treat skin cancer. Thus, it will include how to perform a skin examination with the use of Dermoscopy. It will also teach how to surgically treat skin cancer along with other modalities like cryotherapy, cautery, and topical therapies. Finally, it will help provide a management pathway when malignant lesions are found.

Skin cancer surgery focuses solely on the surgical management of skin cancer. There is no training in the diagnosis of skin cancer and melanoma. It assumes a level of prior training and experience, such that doctors are comfortable to perform biopsies and elliptical excisions and techniques like buried sutures. It would be expected that a doctor has performed about 50 excisions with primary closure. This pathway will teach the more advanced techniques of flaps and grafts and then look at how they can best be applied to the head and neck and other challenging areas for a good cosmetic outcome.

The best pathway for you will depend on your learning and career goals. We would normally recommend that doctors study skin cancer medicine before progressing to skin cancer surgery.

Should you need clarification as to which option will help you to meet your learning goals, please contact a HealthCert Education Advisor.

What certification is provided?

Upon successful completion of each education activity, you will be issued with a digital badge to certify your learning. You can share this credential on your professional and social networks in a few clicks and download and print it for display in your office. Your digital badge is a recognition of your achievement, and badges can be accumulated to illustrate skill development as you master additional concepts.

How can I get access to my 365 login details which I have forgotten?

To log into the HealthCert e-Learning platform, visit and log in by entering your username and password.

If you are unable to log in, please click “Forgot password” to create a new password.

If your password reset email is not immediately sent through to your preferred email address, please check your spam or junk folder in the first instance. If it has not been sent there please ensure you are requesting the new password with the email address originally provided on your registration.

If you are still experiencing difficulties please email for additional support and investigation.

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The subscription grants the Customer (being the legal entity that has taken out the subscription) the right to use the HealthCert 365 Service (“the Services”). The subscription may not be used by other people or organizations.

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The annual subscription runs from the date the 7-day free trial ends. For example, if the free trial is started on 1st January, the paid subscription will commence on 7th January. At the end of the 12-month period (annual subscription), the subscription will automatically be renewed for another 12-months unless terminated by the Customer in writing. The minimum subscription period is 12 months.

The annual subscription may be terminated by email to one month before the expiry of the subscription. The agreement cannot be terminated for a period of subscription already initiated and the Customer will not be entitled to a refund for that subscription period.

The Customer may terminate any subscription free of charge within the 7-day trial period however will not have any related CPD activity recognised. HealthCert 365 shall (without prejudice to any other rights or remedies it may have) be allowed to terminate the subscription immediately without giving the Customer prior notice if the Services or subscription is misused (including, but not limited to, use by other people or organisations).

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HealthCert 365 offers a range of alternative methods to access the learning and content through a range of certificate and professional diploma courses as well as access to practical workshops.

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The Customer will not receive a refund, prorated or otherwise, for the remainder of the annual term. However, the subscription access and/or delivery and accompanying subscriber benefits will continue for the remainder of the current annual billing period.



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