Essential Dermatology

Date22 February 2018
Duration1 day
Start Time08:30
End Time16:00
TypeClassroom based
LocationHigh Wycombe
AudienceGP, GP Trainee, Nurse, First5, Practice nurse

£100.00

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Whilst we endeavour to provide a 'gold standard' service to all course participants, if you are registering less than 72 hours before the start of the event, you should be aware that some materials may not be readily available on the day and we may contact you with regards to catering arrangements.

The programme, run in conjunction with the Primary Care for Dermatology Society, covers the essential information to enable a GP and dermatology nurse practitioners to confidently assess the vast majority of conditions encountered in day to day general practice.
Up to 25% of all GP consultations relate to the skin.
• Dermatology is an area of medicine that is facing major changes from secondary to primary care
• The majority of GPs have little or no training in dermatology
• Hospital referral rates for dermatology are consistently high

The course is suitable for GPs and Dermatology Nurse Practitioners

Topics include:
Eczema, psoriasis, lesion recognition.


VenueHoliday Inn , John Hall Way , Handy Cross, High Wycombe , Bucks , HP11 1TL
Maximum capacity60
EmailSarah Wright
Phone0203 188 7409
ContactThames Valley Faculty
Faculty/DepartmentThames Valley Faculty

Course programme

8.30am      Registration & Coffee
9.00am      Introduction & Welcome
9.10am      The Child with Atopic Eczema
10.10am     The Patient with the Facial Rash
11.25am     New Patient with Psoriasis
1.05pm      The Itchy Older Patient
1.55pm      Lesion Recognition
3.10pm      Quiz & Cases
4.10pm      Closing Remarks

Facilities

  • Lunch
  • Parking
  • Refreshments
  • Wi-fi

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