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[2 min watch] What to do when skin cancer surgery goes wrong

skin cancer surgery

It is an unfortunate reality that sometimes things don’t go to plan when treating skin cancer. In this short video, Associate Professor Tony Dicker discusses what to do when skin cancer surgery goes wrong, including how you can de-escalate problems and mitigate risk from a medicolegal standpoint, and how to avoid complications in the first […]

[Podcast] Practical tips for performing lip filler treatments

lip filler

In this latest podcast, Dr Helena Rosengren provides her practical advice for performing lip filler treatments, with a focus on achieving subtle and natural-looking results, managing patient expectations, dealing with potential complications, and more.

[Podcast] Practical tips on how to treat hair loss

hair loss

Did you know hair loss affects more than 50 per cent of Australian men? If you see patients with hair loss in your practice, listen to this latest podcast with Dr Helena Rosengren for practical tips on the primary care management of hair loss, including treatment with supplements, topical creams, Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy, and […]

[3 min watch] Insurance for skin cancer work


How can you find the right level of medical indemnity insurance for your skin cancer work? In this short video, Associate Professor Tony Dicker discusses how to ensure your procedural and non-procedural skin cancer work is appropriately covered by your insurer.

[5 min read] How to manage premature ovarian insufficiency

Premature ovarian insufficiency (POI), often referred to as “premature menopause”, is the loss of ovarian function before age 40. Spontaneous POI affects an estimated 1–4% of women, with a further cohort of women being affected by secondary or iatrogenic POI caused by surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy or hormonal therapies.

Your step-by-step guide to build a professional development plan | Webinar Q&A March 2023

professional development plan

From 1 January 2023, CPD accreditation has changed for all medical practitioners in Australia. We recently held a short presentation with Q&A to explain the changes, answer your most common questions about what doctors need to do now, and explore how HealthCert helps make your CPD easy.

[3 min watch] How to use PRP therapy in aesthetic medicine


What is Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy, and how can it be used as a treatment in aesthetic medicine to benefit your patients? In this short video, Dr Dianne King talks about PRP and how it can be used to address common cosmetic concerns for patients in the primary care setting.

[4 min read] The power of probiotics


Compelling evidence backs the use of probiotics – beneficial live bacteria – to support health and wellbeing. Should general practitioners be advising patients to add them to their diets?

Research summary: Dermatologist melanoma diagnosis without photographic surveillance

photographic surveillance

This month we further explore the topic of Total Body Photography (TBP) and its role in skin cancer (especially melanoma) surveillance, identification and diagnosis. The topic is important and rapidly developing, and it has supporters on all sides.

[Webinar recording] Rhenium-SCT non-invasive skin cancer therapy


[1 hour watch] OncoBeta recently presented a fascinating webinar on Rhenium-SCT, the new non-invasive skin cancer therapy in Australia. The full webinar recording is now available below!