Clinical Dermatology Care Course for Nurses and Allied Healthcare Professionals September – December 2023
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Webinar dates 2023:
Time of webinars (9.00 – 11.30 UTC +0)
12th September: Patient assessment and overview of dermatology therapeutics
26th September: Eczema and psoriasis
10th October: Inflammatory and chronic skin conditions
31st October: Skin cancer
14th November: Acute and emergency dermatology
28th November: Practical dermatology
12th December: Student presentation day (a one-hour slot on this date)
*VIRTUAL COURSE* This course is delivered via an online learning platform and attendance at fixed date online webinars.
The annual Clinical Dermatology Care Course delivered by St John’s DermAcademy is aimed at registered nurses or allied healthcare professionals who wish to extend and consolidate their clinical knowledge in the field of dermatology. It will appeal particularly to nurses within the specialty, community / practice nurses, advanced clinical practitioners and nurses who see patients with skin rashes in acute services.
The course is delivered via a combination of live online webinars (09:00 – 11:30 on above dates) and a new interactive learning platform providing pre-recorded lectures, videos and learning tasks. The themed sections include: Patient assessment and overview of dermatology therapeutics, Eczema and psoriasis, Inflammatory and chronic skin conditions, Skin cancer, Acute and emergency dermatology, and practical dermatology.
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£495 includes: 6 live teaching webinars, access to all course material on our new, improved interactive learning platform, and a final one-hour student presentation session. Online attendance of all webinars, completion of online learning tasks and participation in the student presentation are requirements to receive a course completion certificate.
If you are self-funding this course we may be able to direct you to financial support. Please get in touch for further advice at firstname.lastname@example.org
If academic credit is desired, students undertaking the course have the option to complete an additional work-based learning module (WBL) at level 6 or 7, at Kings College London University. Registration and payment for this element is organised separately. We recommend this is undertaken in the academic term following completion of the clinical course.
For further information about the additional work-based learning module contact the course lead directly: Amanda McNaughton email: Amanda.email@example.com