Our Podcasts are delivered to you by clinicians and academics at St John’s Institute of Dermatology and invited speakers. 

 

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Our aim is to update you and share practical tips on how experts in their field diagnose and treat common dermatological conditions in our short episodes that you can easily listen to whilst on the go. Our podcasts are targeted at healthcare professionals including dermatology consultants, dermatology trainees, GPs and specialist nurses.

We hope you find these podcasts a useful way to stay up to date and build your knowledge in dermatology. If there are any topics you’d like covered please send suggestions using the feedback form at the bottom of the page.

 

Disclaimer: The information on our podcasts is based on the latest evidence and expert opinion at the time of recording. The information is for general purposes only and we cannot offer advice for specific patients. Equally, this information is geared towards healthcare professionals. Any member of the public or patients listening should not use this as advice to treat their own condition or others and should consult their own physician for any medical needs they may have.

Podcast episodes

Episode 7: 

PART 2– Acne scarring: Treating atrophic acne scars
00:00 / 01:04

In this episode Dr Rakesh Patalay talks to our host, Dr Ally Paolino about the indications, benefits and pitfalls of the following treatments for acne scaring:

• Surgical procedures including subcision and punch excision

• Procedures such as microneedling, chemical peels and soft tissue augmentation

• Ablative and non-ablative lasers

26 May 2021

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Episode 6: 

PART 1– Acne scarring: introduction to atrophic acne scarring
00:00 / 01:04

In this episode Dr Rakesh Patalay and Dr Ally Paolino discuss:

• What causes acne scarring

• When to treat

• How to assess patients

• Different types of atrophic acne scars

26 May 2021

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Episode 5: 

PART 2– Cutaneous Sarcoidosis: screening for systemic involvement and treatment with Dr Sarah Walsh
00:00 / 01:04

In this episode our host Dr Ally Paolino speaks to Dr Sarah Walsh about

• Screening questions and investigations to assess for the presence of systemic disease 

• Treatment of cutaneous sarcoidosis 

• Assessing disease response and monitoring 

04 August 2020

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Episode 4: 

PART 1– Cutaneous Sarcoidosis: definition, epidemiologic and clinical features characterising cutaneous sarcoidosis with Dr Sarah Walsh
00:00 / 01:04

In this episode our host Dr Ally Paolino speaks to Dr Sarah Walsh about

• Definition, aetiology and epidemiology of cutaneous sarcoidosis

• Clinical features that characterise cutaneous sarcoidosis

• Diagnosis of cutaneous sarcoidosis

04 August 2020

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Episode 3:

Occupational dermatoses during the COVID-19 pandemic with Dr Felicity Ferguson
00:00 / 01:04

In this episode our host Dr Ally Paolino speaks to Dr Felicity Ferguson about the common types of skin problems in health care workers as a result of heightened personal protective equipment and strategies to prevent and treat these occupational dermatoses. 

09 June 2020

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Episode 2:

Cutaneous manifestations of COVID-19 with Dr Rachel Morris Jones
00:00 / 01:04

In this episode Dr Rachael Morris-Jones talks to our host, Dr Ally Paolino about SARS-CoV-2, the typical symptoms and phases of the viral illness, the cutaneous manifestations and their association with disease severity. 

09 June 2020

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Episode 1: 

How I diagnose and treat facial hyperpigmentation with Dr Emma Craythorne
00:00 / 01:04

In this episode Dr Emma Craythorne talks to our host, Dr Ally Paolino about facial hyperpigmentation, the common causes, treating melasma (including topical, laser and tranexamic acid treatments) and post inflammatory hyperpigmentation.

19 May 2020

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