15th - 16th June 2023 SOLD OUT
Gordon Museum of Pathology, Hodgkin Building, Guy’s Campus, London SE1 1UL The practical sessions: New Hunt’s House.
The skin biopsy course delivers blended learning focused on advancing practical skills in dermatological surgery. The course involves 2 days of face-to-face learning delivered by experts in the field of dermatological surgery. You will also have full access to our new online learning platform, housing our skin surgery lectures and procedural videos.
The face-to-face teaching programme includes a selection of tailored theory lectures in the mornings, followed by supervised surgical technique practice in the teaching laboratory. We maintain a high ratio of students to supervisors throughout all practical sessions.
Theory lectures (pre-attendance and face to face) will include: skin histopathology, surgical anatomy, local anaesthetic, medico-legal aspects of skin surgery, minor surgery planning, surgery preparation, surgical wound care, and potential complications of surgery.
The practical sessions will cover: local anaesthetic administration, basic biopsy techniques (shave, snip, punch), skin lesion excision, along with suturing and haemostasis techniques.
A course certificate is provided upon completion.
Who should attend?
This course is aimed at nurses who are new to, or early in their development of skin surgery skills, and may also be of interest to doctors at all levels of training who wish to get ahead with, or brush up on their skin surgery skills.
Feedback and Suggestions
If you have any feedback from past events that you'd like to share or if you have any suggestions for future events you'd like us to cover please get in contact.
£495 per delegate
Registration will close 31st May 2023 (two weeks prior to the face to face attendance) to allow participants time to access the online learning platform and complete the pre-course learning.