ONLINE SHORT COURSE IN

SKIN CANCER SCREENING

REGISTER YOUR ATTENDANCE TO GET ACCESS TO THE VIDEO LECTURES:

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The course program is based on the suite of skin cancer certificate courses delivered in collaboration with The University of Queensland, which has been attended by over 6,500 medical professionals worldwide. The objective of the short course is to provide GPs with a fundamental skill-set to screen and identify suspicious skin lesions in a busy general practice.

COURSE CONTENTS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Part I: FULL-BODY SKIN EXAMINATION
    How to provide a systematice, 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: 3 POINT CHECK LIST
    How to use the 3 point checklist to assess skin lesions, including training images and case discussions.

DEVELOPED AND PRESENTED BY

Professor David Wilkinson

MBChB MSc MD PhD DSc
MRCP FRACGP FACRRM FAFPHM

Professor Wilkinson is registered as a general practitioner and public health medicine specialist. He has published research papers on skin cancer, designed and led the development of the only master of medicine degree in skin cancer, and helped develop a suite of skin cancer certificate courses for general practitioners.

ELIGIBILITY

The short course has been purpose-built for GPs with no or little previous training in skin cancer management who would like to develop these essential skills in an outcome-driven online program that fits into their busiy schedule.

COURSE DELIVERY

The course is delivered online in short video lectures. Upon registration, participants will gain access to all course content and can enjoy a flexible learning experience within their own home, in their own time and on their favourite mobile device.