Dermatology educational resources and training events for healthcare professionals.

St John’s DermAcademy is run by leading dermatology clinicians at St John's Institute of Dermatology, London

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St John's DermAcademy

St John’s DermAcademy seeks to provide dermatology education of the highest quality, which is evidence-based, clinically-focused, and tailored to the specific needs of those who attend our courses. Our courses are delivered by leading St John’s Institute of Dermatology clinicians, academics and invited speakers.

We are committed to offering high quality, affordable educational events and look forward to welcoming you to future St John's DermAcademy events.

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St John’s DermAcademy will again be running our SCE High Intensity Revision Course in 2020, one month before the Specialty Certificate Examination (SCE) in Dermatology.

*VIRTUAL COURSE*  Sept 03, 2020

This unique 1 day course improves practical skills in pattern recognition and diagnosis of pigmented and non-pigmented skin lesions using Dermoscopy.

*VIRTUAL COURSE* Oct 02, 2020
Dermoscopy Course 2020
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This half day course provides an overview and update on the pathogenesis of psoriasis, setting treatment goals, emerging treatments and the move towards personalised medicine in psoriasis.

*VIRTUAL COURSE* Oct 22, 2020

Vision – St John's DermAcademy

Dr Satveer Mahil
Director St John's DermAcademy
Consultant Dermatologist at St John's Institute of Dermatology

Skin conditions are among the commonest diseases encountered by health care professionals. Each year in the UK, 13 million individuals see their GP with a skin problem, and 5.5% of these are referred for specialist advice.

 

St John’s DermAcademy, established in 2017, seeks to address the growing demand for high quality dermatology education for hospital and community-based clinicians and other health professionals. Our courses are designed with the practising dermatologist in mind. Ultimately, we believe that by inspiring and educating healthcare providers, we will improve dermatology care for patients in the UK and beyond.

 

Our industry partnerships have enabled the development of our affordable, patient-centered and evidence-based range of courses. Industry support has no influence on the educational content of our courses.  

Finally, we are very grateful to all of St John's Institute of Dermatology staff, course speakers and delegates, who continue to make St John’s DermAcademy a success.

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St John's Institute of Dermatology

The St John’s Institute of Dermatology is one of the world’s leading dermatology centres, internationally recognised a world-class centre for dermatology research, education and patient care. It has a strong track record of providing high-quality dermatology courses to health care providers in many specialist areas.

 

The St John’s DermAcademy was established in 2017 and encompasses all of the dermatology educational and training initiatives at our Institute. Our aim is to promote dermatology education in the UK, by providing patient-centred, clinically-focused, evidence based dermatology education.

The St John’s DermAcademy would like to thank our industry partners for their support; Abbvie, Celgene, Janssen, Lilly, Novartis, Sanofi and UCB. Click to view our full list of partners.

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