Thank you for your interest in SCCA’s Webinars.

Members and non-members of the College are welcome to register for our free upcoming webinars.

However our webinar library of more than 10 hours of valuable, online skin cancer medicine education is available only to members.  Our webinar library features practical, primary skin cancer medicine information provided by thought-leaders on their subjects.

Join the College now if you would like to access our Webinar library and many other member benefits.

Upcoming Skin Cancer College Australasia Webinars

SCCA Fellow, Dr Richard Johns is passionate about early detection and diagnosis of skin cancer and will be sharing his knowledge at our next webinar on “Primary Care Skin Imaging Options Without the High-Tech Setup”. Don’t miss out on this engaging webinar that will inspire you to change the way you look at total body photography.

Date: Wednesday 27 July 2022
Time: 6.30pm – 7.30pm AEST
Register Now! 

Here is a preview of three of our most recent webinars…

A/Prof Stephen Shumack

Latest Updates on the Treatment of Field Cancerisation

Hosted by the Skin Cancer College Australasia and proudly sponsored by Aspen, General Clinical Dermatologist, A/Prof Stephen Shumack provided an update on “Latest Updates on the Treatment of Field Cancerisation”. A/Prof Shumack was joined by our GP Panel of SCCA Fellows, Dr James Bricknell and Dr Nadeeja Jayasinghe, for an important primary care perspective.
This engaging webinar discussed up-to-date information and outcomes from recent studies, treatment of actinic keratosis as precursors to squamous cell carcinomas and much more. Become a member and access this webinar now.

A/Prof Geoff Sussman

An Important Update on Wound Management in Skin Cancer Practice

A/Prof Geoff Sussman has over 30 years experience in wound management as a researcher, clinician and educator, and is a Professor of wound care in the Monash Institute for Health and Clinical Education. With his wealth of knowledge and experience, this engaging webinar discussed factors which influence wound healing, risks of delayed wound healing, surgical site infection and development of pressure injury. This informative webinar outlined how to manage skin cancer-related wounds appropriately. Become a member to access this webinar now.

Dr Melane Steenberg, Dr Charles Ayesa and Dr Franz Strydom

Your Future in Skin Cancer Medicine – A Live Q&A

Please enjoy this free member webinar. We have made it accessible to non-members as it answers many of the FAQs that practitioners have about skin cancer medicine as a career pathway.  Watch the webinar recording here!

Key timestamps: 

05.24 Introductions of panel members
19.35 Commonly asked questions about skin cancer education from non-members and members.
32.10 Education pathways available including Certificate Courses, Accreditation and Fellowship
39.24 Daily Skin Cancer Blog
42.21 Getting adequate experience while studying
45.17 How to find a mentor
47.58 Preparing for Fellowship exams and gathering cases
55.12 Getting experience in flap and graft surgery