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[5 min read] Providing radiofrequency in primary care

radiofrequency

Due to the minimal risk of complications, short recovery time, relatively low cost, and effectiveness, minimally invasive and non-invasive cosmetic interventions are gaining popularity in recent years. The scalpel-free aesthetic medicine is establishing its place at the primary care level. Doctors now have a chance to make an additional profit while improving their patient’s self-esteem […]

[10 min watch] Human monkeypox: what do we know?

monkeypox

What are the clinical symptoms of human monkeypox? In this short video, Dr Vincenzo Piccolo explores his latest research with colleagues into the clinical signs of the monkeypox virus, including the cutaneous manifestations.

[Podcast] How to use cosmeceuticals for patients’ skin health

cosmeceuticals

How can cosmeceuticals help to enhance your patients’ skin health when used in combination with medical skin treatments? In this latest podcast, Professor David Wilkinson (Chief Medical Officer, National Skin Cancer Centres) speaks with Tania Romano (Scientific and Education Communications Manager, Head of Medical, SkinCeuticals) about how skin cancer doctors, GPs and other physicians can use […]

[Podcast] CPD Home explained: Changes to CPD in 2023

CPD Home

CPD accreditation is changing for doctors from 2023. In the podcast below, Paul Elmslie (Founder & CEO, HealthCert Education) and Prof David Wilkinson (Chief Medical Officer, National Skin Cancer Centres) explain the upcoming changes and what doctors need to do to prepare.

[8 min watch] Dermoscopy of squamous cell carcinoma

squamous cell carcinoma

In his latest skin cancer update video, Professor Giuseppe Argenziano looks at the clinical and dermoscopic characteristics of squamous cell carcinoma (SCC).

[4 min read] Medicinal cannabis and the entourage effect

entourage effect

The entourage effect is the mechanism in which cannabinoids act synergistically with each other and numerous other compounds within the plant, such as terpenes, flavonoids and resins.

[5 min read] Biostimulator fillers in primary care

biostimulator fillers

Minimally invasive and non-invasive cosmetic interventions are the best option for primary care practitioners looking to expand their portfolio of services. Injectables, such as Botulinum toxin injections, dermal fillers, and biostimulators, top the list of popular treatments. The latter is becoming increasingly fashionable. Therefore, it has the potential to make one primary care practice stand […]

[4 min read] Nutrition therapy for anaemia

anaemia

Increasing societal demands involving work and family can often lead to overexertion, excessive fatigue, and inadequate energy levels. But when exhaustion is also associated with ice cravings (e.g. pica), headaches, or dizziness, it might indicate a more serious medical condition. These all represent common signs of anaemia, a condition in which depleted iron stores lead […]

Research summary: Consumer preferences on tele-dermoscopy services

tele-dermoscopy

In this month’s research article, I share a paper from colleagues at The University of Queensland, the Queensland University of Technology, and their collaborating institutions. I think this is a quite fascinating paper, and one that is well worth a careful read. The paper explores important aspects of consumer preference and willingness to pay for […]

[Podcast] How to manage acne in primary care

acne

How can you best manage patients with acne in your primary care practice? In this latest podcast, listen to Dr Helena Rosengren’s expert advice for managing patients presenting with acne, including assessment, diagnosis, treatment and ongoing management.

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