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International guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers are an important tool for medical practitioners in Australia who manage these conditions in their practice.
In this webinar, Dr Peter Grossberg, Senior Surgeon and Lecturer at the Box Hill Hospital Melbourne, shares tips and techniques on how to safely and effectively remove a wide range of lumps and bumps in general practice.
Our journey exploring the fascinating 30-year history of dermoscopy continues this week with episode three. We are fortunate to have engaged the esteemed Professor Harald Kittler from the Medical University of Vienna in Austria and Associate Professor Caterina Longo from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in Italy to discuss their involvement with dermoscopy.
The new Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer Guidelines have been released. A PDF summary of the key recommendations is helpfully provided, which is well worth a read and important to become familiar with.
Cosmetic services are an ever-expanding market for medical practitioners, with Australians now spending over $1 billion on aesthetic procedures every year. Increasingly more patients are seeking skin repair and rejuvenation services and skilled practitioners to deliver them.
In this month’s skin cancer update video, Professor Giuseppe Argenziano discusses the case of a flat facial lesion on a 60-year-old woman.
In this week’s episode, we continue our series celebrating the 30-year history of dermoscopy. Each episode features global leaders in the field of dermoscopy speaking about this vital piece of equipment that has forever changed the landscape of skin cancer diagnosis. We are excited to share with you the experiences of two renowned dermatologists and […]
In this webinar, Paul Elmslie, Founder and CEO of National Skin Cancer Centres and HealthCert, outlined the essential steps for starting out in skin cancer work, including room set-up, equipment, workflow, billing and management.
Welcome to our series of podcasts celebrating the 30-year history of dermoscopy! This series features a number of leaders in the field, each of whom provide a short summary of how they have used dermoscopy in their practice, the impact it has had, and their thoughts about the future of this technology.
In this webinar, Dr Isabelle Jonsson-Lear outlined the steps she took to integrate aesthetic services into her general and skin cancer practice, including set-up, marketing, staff and equipment.