Certificate of Dermoscopy – Online
Presented online and running over only 3 weeks*, this course is the perfect way to boost your skin cancer knowledge and gain confidence in an essential diagnostic skill. Unlike other online courses, enjoy live interactivity with expert dermoscopists. Ask questions and receive feedback in real time during two Saturday webinar sessions.
- Explore dermoscopic algorithms and terminology.
- Discover the practical application of dermoscopy in primary care practice.
- Be introduced to simple skin photographic techniques.
- Learn how to conduct comprehensive skin examinations.
An ideal introduction to dermoscopy to further your skin cancer medicine studies and career options – this course is designed for general practitioners and primary care nurses with little to no experience in dermoscopy. Gain the confidence and capability to implement dermoscopy in your primary care setting.
This brand new online format for our renowned Certificate of Dermoscopy course provides the same qualification as our proven face-to-face course. Yes, the same real-world learning outcomes, the same relevance to primary care, plus CPD points – all delivered online!
PLEASE NOTE: Access to a dermatoscope and the ability to take pictures is necessary.
Register now to expand your professional development without leaving home.
IMPORTANT – although this course is delivered online, places are limited to ensure there is an opportunity for all participants to engage in live interaction with presenters during webinars.
*The course is presented over 3 weeks, followed by another 3 weeks to complete the optional assessment. A diligent participant can complete the whole course – including assessment – in just over 3 weeks.
See Program Summary below.
Total to complete Certificate
*Member discount $110 AUD/ $120 NZD
*Fees inclusive of GST
Certificate of Dermoscopy
12 CME credits
3 Performance review units
7 Educational activity hours
3 Mops points
Course commences 21st August 2020.
Webinar dates - 29th August and 5th September 2020.