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GP Training

 

 

The Foundation conducts one and two-day skin cancer and melanoma workshops for GPs and GP trainees. We also conduct GP workshops on inflammatory skin diseases.


Our GP Skin Cancer Workshops are suitable for all GPs and GP registrars, whatever the level of experience. Developed and taught by experienced specialist dermatologist educators, these workshops are a perfect opportunity to skill up.

 

The inflammatory diseases workshop provides GPs an excellent opportunity to update their skills in examination, diagnosis and management of inflammatory disorders, which are commonly seen in general practice. 


These courses have been coordinated and facilitated by Dr Alvin Chong, Senior Lecturer in Dermatology, Victorian Censor for the Australasian College of Dermatologists, Head of Dermatology Education at St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne and Specialist Dermatologist at the Skin & Cancer Foundation Inc.

 

RACGP

Our GP Workshops are accredited with the RACGP for their QI&CPD program. They are also accredited by the ACRRM.

 

Current Training sessions

Skin Health Education Day, 4 February 2017. 
Following the success of previous educational events, including GP skin cancer and inflammatory skin diseases workshops, and patch test training days, as well as support and education sessions for psoriasis, vitiligo and alopecia areata patients, this special one-day event will cover a range of questions commonly-encountered by healthcare professionals, beauticians and the general public.  This one-day education program will be led by Associate Professor Rosemary Nixon.

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Dates?

There are only 4 - 5 workshops planned in any year. If you're interested, then send us your details and we will keep you informed.

 

FAQs

If you have any questions, just email us at education@skincancer.asn.au We will answer your question promptly.




 

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