[18 min watch] Update on treatment of hair diseases in children

hair diseases in children

There have been recent developments in the treatment of hair diseases in children. In this video, Dr Vincenzo Piccolo highlights the latest important updates in the treatment of three common paediatric hair conditions: alopecia areata, tinea capitis, and androgenetic alopecia.
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CPD changes in 2023 | Webinar + Q&A Nov 2022

CPD accreditation is changing for all medical practitioners in Australia from 2023. We recently held a short presentation with Q&A to explain the upcoming changes, answer your most common questions about what doctors need to do to prepare, and explore how completing just one HealthCert certificate course will meet your full 50 hours CPD requirement for the entire year.
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[3 min watch] Must-have equipment for skin cancer surgery

skin cancer surgery

Do you see patients with skin cancer concerns in your primary care practice and would like to provide surgical treatments to address their skin issues in a timely manner? In this short video, Associate Professor Tony Dicker gives expert advice on the must-have equipment a medical practitioner needs to perform skin cancer surgery in a general or skin cancer practice. Continue reading “[3 min watch] Must-have equipment for skin cancer surgery”

[7 min watch] Three simple rules for diagnosing pink tumours: Part 2

pink tumours

In the second video in a two-part series, Professor Giuseppe Argenziano continues his discussion of three rules for diagnosing pink tumours in primary care, with real patient examples from his own clinic.
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[3 min watch] How to address common patient concerns about injectable treatments

patient concerns

Do you see patients in your practice who are uncertain about receiving injectable treatments due to the perceived risks, side effects, or pain? In this short video, Dr Jenny Kimmins explores some of the most common patient concerns about injectable treatments and how she addresses them in the primary care setting. Continue reading “[3 min watch] How to address common patient concerns about injectable treatments”

[3 min watch] Changes to CPD from 2023

CPD changes

CPD accreditation is changing for medical practitioners in Australia from 2023. In this video, Paul Elmslie (Founder & CEO, HealthCert Education) explains the upcoming changes, how it works, and what doctors need to do to prepare themselves and their practice. Continue reading “[3 min watch] Changes to CPD from 2023”

[5 min watch] Suspicion of melanoma: New Medicare item numbers

Medicare item numbers

New Medicare item numbers have been introduced for the surgical excision and repair of clinically suspected melanoma. In this short video, Associate Professor Tony Dicker provides a comprehensive update on the new item numbers that come into effect from 1 November 2022. A helpful clinical fact sheet and skin cancer billing guide are also included below. Continue reading “[5 min watch] Suspicion of melanoma: New Medicare item numbers”

[2 min watch] How to optimise scarring results in skin surgery

scarring results

In this short video, Associate Professor Tony Dicker gives his top tips for how to optimise and improve scarring results for patients following skin surgery, particularly skin cancer surgery. Continue reading “[2 min watch] How to optimise scarring results in skin surgery”

CPD changes in 2023 | Webinar + Q&A

CPD changes

CPD accreditation is changing for all medical practitioners in Australia from 2023. We recently held a short presentation with Q&A to explain the upcoming changes and answer your most common questions about what doctors need to do to prepare. The full recording is available below. Continue reading “CPD changes in 2023 | Webinar + Q&A”

[7 min watch] Three simple rules for diagnosing pink tumours: Part 1

pink tumours

In the first of a two-part series, Professor Giuseppe Argenziano discusses the three golden rules for diagnosing pink tumours in primary care.
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