Nov 2020 event: Advanced Cutaneous Oncology Course: Cutaneous lymphomas, melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers

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Event information

Date 

Tuesday 10th November 2020

Venue

*Virtual Course*

Who should attend?

This meeting is aimed at all members of skin cancer multi-disciplinary teams including dermatologists, oncologists, plastic surgeons, specialist nurses, pathologists and radiologists.

Programme overview

This 1-day live webinar course is delivered by a panel of leading specialists discussing updates in the management cutaneous oncology including cutaneous lymphoma, melanoma and squamous cell carcinomas.

Cost

Standard Delegate rate: £50, Concessional delegate (trainees, nurses): £30

Discounted tickets are available for trainees and nurses. For discounted registration please contact info@stjohnsdermacademy.com and state your training speciality, grade and institution to obtain a discount code. 

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Course directors

Dr Katie Lacy , Dr Fiona Child, and Dr Rakesh Patalay, Consultant Dermatologists, St John’s Institute, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.

Registration

For more course information or to book your place please click on the link or contact

info@stjohnsdermacademy.com

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