Past event: Sept to Dec 2019. Clinical Dermatology Care Course for Nurses

View event information below

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Event information

Date 

17th September 2019: Patient assessment and overview of dermatology therapeutics

24th September 2019: Eczema

1st October 2019: Inflammatory and chronic skin conditions

8th October 2019: Skin cancer

5th November 2019: Acute and emergency dermatology

12th November 2019: Psoriasis

10th December 2019: Student assessment day (only for those undertaking the whole course)

Venue

Guy’s Hospital campus, London SE1

Programme Overview

We offer six themed study days and a learning consolidation and reflection day. To attain a course certificate, students must attend a minimum of 6 days, including day 7 which will include a short presentation by each student. Each study day will run 10:00 – 16:00.

 

Each study day will include an interactive element or practical workshop in addition to plenaries. The themed study days are: Patient assessment and overview of dermatology therapeutics, Eczema, Psoriasis, Skin cancer, Inflammatory skin conditions, Acute and Emergency dermatology.

Course Fees: £750 Full course

Fee includes – 7 full day, themed study days delivered by a variety of clinical experts (a minimum of 6 to be completed for course certificate), course handbook and further learning references. Registration is now open and payment can only be made online via our Eventbrite page using a valid debit or credit card. For any enquiries please contact our administrator Diana Grattan via our email  info@stjohnsdermacademy.com

For those not interested in attending the whole course, each day can be attended as a single stand-alone study day at a cost of £150 per day.

Registration

To enrol on the whole course or single stand-alone study days please click on this link to our event page.

 

Academic Credit

If academic credit is desired, students undertaking the course have the opportunity to gain 30 credits at level 6 or 7 by completing an additional standalone work based learning module via Kings College London. Further information can be found at the below link: (for level 6) Or (for level 7)Work based learning contact via email – Annie Holme or call 020 7848 3615. Registration and payment for the KCL work based learning module  is separate, and in addition to the Clinical Dermatology Care Course fees.

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