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Event Dec 2023

25th January 2024: Practical Skills in Psychodermatology: Everything the general dermatologist needs to know

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Event information

Date 

25th January 2024

Venue

*VIRTUAL COURSE*   RECORDED CONTENT AVAILABLE UNTIL 25TH FEBRUARY 2024

Who should attend?
This course is open to all healthcare professionals and will be especially useful to dermatologists, dermatology trainees, GPs, specialist dermatology nurses, and clinical psychologists with an interest in psychodermatology.
 

Programme overview

We are excited to announce this 1-day live webinar which covers key aspects of adult and paediatric psychodermatology. The course aims to equip the general dermatologist with the knowledge and skills required to diagnose and manage psychodermatology conditions. The course will cover common clinical presentations within psychodermatology, prescribing advice and demonstrations of how to navigate challenging consultations. There will also be a “Hot Topics” discussion which will cover the recent updated prescribing guidance for isotretinoin. 

The course is delivered by leading experts in psychodermatology, in collaboration with Psychodermatology UK. Faculty include Consultant Dermatologists, Consultant Psychiatrists and Clinical Psychologists.

Programme 

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Course Fees

Standard Delegate rate: £125, Concessional Delegate rate (trainees, nurses): £90

For concessional registration please contact info@stjohnsdermacademy.com providing a work-based email and stating your name, job title and place of work, to obtain a discount code.

Registration

For more course information or to book your place please click on this link.

 

Sales for all St John’s DermAcademy courses close 48 hours prior to the event

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