The Skin Cancer College Australasia is the non-profit, peak body representing primary care skin cancer practitioners in both Australia and New Zealand.
Australia and New Zealand have the highest incidence of skin cancer in the world.
The Skin Cancer College Australasia provides a strong and collective voice to skin cancer medicine practitioners across Australia and New Zealand. We lead education excellence in the Trans Tasman region. We aim to ensure high quality, equitable access to the diagnosis, treatment and ongoing management of skin cancer to patients and communities across Australia and New Zealand.
"The College's vision and mission aims to ensure patients across Australia and New Zealand can equitably access high quality skin cancer diagnosis and treatment."Dr Angeline Barker (President)
“The education I have received from SCCA will continue to improve the quality of skin cancer diagnosis and treatment in my practice. I feel better equipped with new knowledge learnt to provide better advice to patients.”SCCA Member
“My organisation values our ongoing relationship with SCCA. Our organisational values align to provide high quality education, research and resources for primary care practitioners and the wider community.”Stakeholder
A community of professionals in primary care skin cancer medicine who are discipline informed, strongly connected, and widely recognised as medical sub-specialists.
Fostering a professional and collaborative environment where skin cancer health professionals are respected and supported to deliver exceptional quality skin cancer medicine.
Goal: We are a commercially and operationally astute organisation, underpinned by contemporary best practice governance.
Goal: We are a globally recognised leading provider of high-quality primary care skin cancer medicine education.
Goal: We are the leading peak body representing primary skin cancer health professionals across Australia and New Zealand.
Goal: We are the leading organisation raising the profile and voice of skin cancer
health professionals in the primary care setting.
Find out more about SCCA and our operations through these documents.