Past event: Mar 2019 Dermoscopy Course 2019, RCP, London

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Event information


29th March 2019


The Royal College of Physicians, London

Who should attend

This course is aimed at consultant dermatologists and dermatology trainees but is also suitable for GPs and plastic surgeons.

Points awarded

Awarded 6 CPD points from the Royal College of Physicians, London

Programme Overview

Following the success of our Advanced Dermoscopy Course 2017, we are proud to deliver this 1-day course aimed at improving practical skills in pattern recognition and diagnosis of pigmented and non-pigmented skin lesions using Dermoscopy.

This course is aimed at consultant dermatologists and dermatology trainees, is pitched at those intermediate level dermoscopy skills and is also suitable for general practitioners and plastic surgeons.

Comprehensive talks and quizes will be delivered by UK and international experts in Dermoscopy, including Dr Amilios Lallas, the General Secretary of the International Dermoscopy Society, Dr Ashfaq Marghoob, Director of Dermatology at Memorial Sloane Kettering Skin Cancer Centre, USA, and consultants from the St. John's Institute of Dermatology.

Provisional programme

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