SKIN CANCER TRAINING
Gain fundamental knowledge on how to screen and identify suspicious skin lesions in a busy general practice.
Part I: FULL-BODY SKIN EXAMINATIONS
How to provide a systematic, best-practice full-body skin cancer examination for patients.
Part II: SUSPICIOUS SKIN LESIONS
How to identify and manage suspicious skin lesions.
Part III: DERMOSCOPY
How to use dermoscopy in assessing suspicious skin lesions and minimise the risk of missing an obvious melanoma.
Part IV: THREE POINT CHECK LIST
How to use the Three Point Checklist to assess lesions, including training images and case discussions.
BONUS: IMAGE LESION QUIZ
Assess lesions and test your diagnostic knowledge.
AESTHETIC MEDICINE TRAINING
Part I: WHY PRACTICE AESTHETIC MEDICINE
The concepts of aesthetic medicine and beneﬁts of introducing the services into your practice.
Part II: DELIVER A CONSULTATION
Questions and factors to cover in patient consultations, including photography.
Part III: DELIVER INJECTABLE TREATMENTS
Injectable treatments you may use and how you can access training in this area.
Part IV: USE LASER/ENERGY-BASED DEVICES
Energy-based treatment modalities commonly delivered in primary care.
Part V: MANAGE ACNE AND ACNE SCARRING
Approaches for treating acne, one of the most common skin presentations in everyday practice.
BONUS: INTEGRATE SKINCARE INTO YOUR PRACTICE
Practical advice on how to integrate skincare into your practice (with case study).