Oct 2020 event: Dermoscopy Course 2020

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Event information

Date 

Friday 2nd Oct 2020

Venue

*VIRTUAL COURSE*

Who should attend?

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

Programme overview

This 1-day course is aimed at improving practical skills in pattern recognition and diagnosis of pigmented and non-pigmented skin lesions using Dermoscopy. We have revised this course in view of the COVID-19 pandemic and will be showcasing key lectures and highlights from last year’s course in addition to new case-based quizzes in a live webinar format.

Provisional programme

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Cost

We will be running the virtual version of this course at a discounted price from the original. Those of you who have already paid and booked onto the course will be refunded the difference in price.

Standard Delegate rate: £40, Concessional delegate (trainees, nurses, pharmacists): £25

Discounted tickets

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. 

Course director

Dr Katie Lacy, Consultant Dermatologist, 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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