[6 min read] Rosacea triggers and treatments

rosacea

Around the ages of 30 to 50, many patients notice a persisting red flush across their nose and cheeks. It can look like acne, with redness, bumps, and slight swelling. This is most likely a skin condition called rosacea. Continue reading “[6 min read] Rosacea triggers and treatments”

[WEBINAR] LED phototherapy in skin cancer, general dermatology and aesthetic medicine

LED

Do you use LED phototherapy in your practice, or do you wish to utilise its full potential in treating a range of skin concerns? In this webinar, Skin Cancer and Aesthetic Medicine Doctor Di King shares how light emitting diode (LED) can be used to treat a range of common dermatological presentations, including acne, superficial skin lesions, and wound healing. Continue reading “[WEBINAR] LED phototherapy in skin cancer, general dermatology and aesthetic medicine”

[4 min read] Vitamin A for treating acne

vitamin A

Vitamin A is a game-changing ingredient in the treatment of acne. Used since the 1970s, vitamin A and its derivatives are used to clear impurities, rejuvenate skin, and increase overall skin health in both the treatment room and at home.

Vitamin A improves acne by reducing the production of excessive oil in the skin. As a capsule supplement or oral isotretinoin, vitamin A is a potent antioxidant that minimises the free radicals which inhibit the skin’s ability to regenerate and purge impurities. Continue reading “[4 min read] Vitamin A for treating acne”

[5 min watch] General dermatology: Eyelid rash (Real patient case study)

General dermatology - Real patient case study

How would you manage this patient in your practice? In this short extract from the HealthCert Advanced Certificate of General Dermatology course, Dr Christopher Ross shows us a real case study featuring a 43-year-old female patient who presented with complaints of a rash appearing over bilateral eyelids and a feeling of weakness.

Continue reading “[5 min watch] General dermatology: Eyelid rash (Real patient case study)”

[6 min watch] General dermatology: Hair loss (Real patient case study)

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How would you manage this patient in your practice? In this short extract from the HealthCert Professional Certificate of General Dermatology course, Dr Christopher Ross shows us a real case study featuring a 25-year-old male patient who presented with a four-month history of hair loss.

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[4 min watch] General dermatology: Hair loss and lesions (Real patient case study)

general dermatology

How would you manage this general dermatology patient in your practice? In this short snippet from the HealthCert Advanced Certificate of General Dermatology course, Dr Christopher Ross takes us through a real case study featuring a 45-year-old male patient presenting with expanding facial lesions and patchy hair loss. Continue reading “[4 min watch] General dermatology: Hair loss and lesions (Real patient case study)”

[WEBINAR] Introduction to dermatology: Facial skin conditions

facial skin conditions

With the shift to wearing face masks in many states and areas of Australia, skin conditions affecting the face are increasing in prevalence, particularly acne, rosacea and facial dermatitis. In this interactive webinar, specialist Dermatologist Dr Niyati Sharma presents on skin conditions affecting the face. Continue reading “[WEBINAR] Introduction to dermatology: Facial skin conditions”

[3 min watch] General dermatology: Real patient case study

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How would you manage this general dermatology patient in your practice? In this short snippet from the HealthCert Professional Certificate of General Dermatology course, Dr Christopher Ross takes us through a real case study featuring a 32-year-old female patient presenting with a facial rash. Continue reading “[3 min watch] General dermatology: Real patient case study”

[3 min watch] How to manage acne patients

acne

Acne is one of the most common skin concerns presented in general practice and can have long-term effects on a patient’s physical appearance and mental health. In this short video, Skin Cancer & Aesthetic Medicine Doctor Di King shares how to manage acne patients in the primary care setting.
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[1 min watch] Benefits of offering chemical peels in primary care

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Do you see patients with dry, sun damaged or acne-prone skin? Dr Isabelle Jonsson-Lear (GP, Skin Cancer & Aesthetic Medicine Doctor) speaks about the benefits of adding chemical peels to the services you already offer in your primary care or skin cancer practice. Continue reading “[1 min watch] Benefits of offering chemical peels in primary care”