Dermatopathology for Skin Cancer Clinicians
This interactive online course is ideal for experienced skin cancer professionals looking to learn more about how dermoscopy integrates with pathology. It is a perfect opportunity to expand your professional development without leaving home.
No need to travel!
Commence the six week program by reading and reviewing online course materials to learn at your own pace over four weeks.
Then join an interactive weekend of live online webinars with expert presenters. Set aside 4 hours on each day with break times included. The actual timing will depend on your local time zone.
After this weekend activity, continue another two weeks of self-paced learning with access to more online materials and cases studies.
Conclude the six week course with a final Saturday of live online sessions to consolidate your understanding of how dermoscopy integrates with pathology.
You will learn how to…
- understand the vocabulary and general principles of dermatopathology
- discover histological terminology, specimen handling and processing
- develop a working knowledge of the histological features of common cutaneous tumours
- critically analyse dermatopathology reports
- effectively communicate with dermatopathologists
2019 Course presenters
Dr Chris Wetherall – FSCCA
Dr Ian Katz Pathologist – Consultant Dermatopathologist, Southern Sun Pathology
Dr Duncan Lambie – Dermatopathologist, IQ Pathology
Dr Blake O’Brien – Consultant Dermatopathologist, Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology
Professor Ruth Salom – Chief Pathologist, Southern Sun Pathology
Dr Sarah Wallace – Pathologist, Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology
Our not-for-profit status means College earnings are directed back to skin cancer education, standards, advocacy and research.
Online and interactive
6 weeks self-paced.
Commences October 18th 2019
Concludes November 30th 2019
See Program Summary below.
*Member discount $110 AUD/ $120 NZD
*Fees inclusive of GST
• Statement of Attendance
• No formal assessment is included in this course
Commences 18th October 2019.
Concludes 30th November 2019.