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Category: Webinars & lectures
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. Continue reading “Your step-by-step guide to build a professional development plan | Webinar Q&A March 2023”
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. Continue reading “[3 min watch] How to use PRP therapy in aesthetic medicine”
[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! Continue reading “[Webinar recording] Rhenium-SCT non-invasive skin cancer therapy”
What features characterise facial lesions as benign? In this latest skin cancer update video, Professor Giuseppe Argenziano describes the specific criteria for benign lesions on the face, including clinical and dermoscopic characteristics, with real patient examples. Continue reading “[10 min watch] 6 benign features of facial lesions”
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.
Continue reading “CPD changes for Australian doctors | Webinar + Q&A Feb 2023”
How much time outdoors is required to maintain vitamin D levels, and how does this balance with skin cancer risk? The Skin Cancer Institute recently held a special webinar presentation with Prof Rachel Neals on the risks and benefits of sun exposure. The full recording is available below. Continue reading “[Webinar recording] Balancing the risks and benefits of sun exposure”
[Warning: Graphic images.] In this latest general dermatology video, Dr Vincenzo Piccolo provides an insightful update on some of the most common viral skin infections – including various forms of warts, molluscum contagiosum, herpes, pityriasis rosea, and more – covering their clinical and dermoscopic symptoms and how to recognise them, with real patient examples.
Continue reading “[11 min watch] Common viral infections of the skin”
Can reflectance confocal microscopy in children help to avoid unnecessary biopsies and improve diagnostic accuracy? In this latest general dermatology video, Dr Vincenzo Piccolo looks at the applications and limitations of reflectance confocal microscopy in paediatric cases.
Continue reading “[10 min watch] Reflectance confocal microscopy in children: Applications & limits”
In this final instalment in the two-part video series, Professor Giuseppe Argenziano explains how to identify the four most common benign lesions encountered in the primary care setting, with real patient examples. Continue reading “[4 min watch] Common benign lesions | Part 2”
In this first video in a two-part series, Professor Giuseppe Argenziano looks at common benign lesions encountered in primary care and outlines their clinical and dermoscopic clues, with real patient cases. Continue reading “[17 min watch] Common benign lesions | Part 1”