Oct 2021 event: Dermatology Course for GPs 2021, London

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Event information

Date 

7th - 8th Oct 2021

Venue

Day 1 and Day 2 : Science Gallery, London

Who should attend?

This course is suitable for general practitioners based in the UK and Ireland.

Programme overview

This two day course provides participants with an overview of all major dermatological disorders relevant to General Practice. 

 

Emphasis is placed on practical tips and current management guidelines. Throughout the programme clinical based studies will be used to highlight current treatments and to combine theory and clinical practice.

 

The course combines presentations, extended clinical case teaching, practical hands on workshops, case studies, examples of good practice and Q&A sessions.

 

A unique highlight is a half-day session "meet the patients” where GPs receive small group live patient teaching, led by Dermatologists from the St John's Institute of Dermatology. This is an excellent opportunity for GPs to see common skin conditions and discuss management challenges relevant to their own practice, and also see rarer skin conditions that may present in primary care.

Day one programme

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Day two programme
Course Director

Dr Natalie Attard, Lead for GP Education, Consultant Dermatologist at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust 

Registration

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