Past event: Sept 2019 High Intensity Dermatology SCE Revision Course

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Event information


Thursday 12th Sept 2019


Science Gallery London, London Bridge, London

Programme Overview

St John’s DermAcademy is proud to announce the first Annual Dermatology SCE High Intensity Revision Course.


This unique course is held 1 month before the Specialty Certificate Examination (SCE) in Dermatology, and covers all major examined subspecialties, with a focus on important and challenging themes. 


The course is delivered by Senior Dermatology Specialist Registrars and Junior Consultants who have recently passed the examination and are very much in touch with the content and layout of the exam. Revision and exam technique will be covered, and each speaker will present a subspecialty in which they hold an interest. An audience response system will allow delegates to practice answering questions live. 


We are privileged to be holding the course at the brand-new King’s College London, Science Gallery. This modern venue boasts unique exhibitions where art meets science, which change throughout the year. Delegates will have free access to the exhibition after the course– what better way to unwind?

Provisional programme below.

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