A world-class, fully interactive virtual symposium for primary care skin cancer medicine practitioners

Enjoy engaging speakers, full interactivity with your peers, presenters and sponsors and the same positive energy found at any college event – but it’s all online!

  • Friday evening keynote & virtual welcome drinks
  • Multiple stream program on Saturday & dedicated networking opportunities
  • Full access to the recorded program for 12 months after the event
  • Explore latest products & services available to primary care practitioners in 2020


Friday Evening – 13th November

Full day Saturday – 14th November

Price – $85.00

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Program at a Glance

Friday evening 13th November
  • Keynote “Overdiagnosis in skin cancer – What is it and does it matter?” – Prof David Whiteman
  • Keynote “Post melanoma checks – Who, what and how often?” – Prof Robyn Saw
  • Followed by virtual welcome drinks
Saturday Program 14th November
  • Multiple stream program & dedicated networking opportunities
  • “MIS: Are we under or over diagnosing?” – Dr Blake O’Brien
  • 21st century field treatment for actinic keratosis” – Dr James Bricknell
  • Melanoma staging update” – Prof John Thompson
  • Tips for lip surgery and knowing when to refer” – Dr Phil Hayden
  • Lip surgery – don’t bite off more than you can chew” – Dr Paul Belt
  • “Unusual and uncommon skin cancers” – Dr Ian McColl
  • A risk predictor for keratinocyte cancer: development and validation” – A/Prof Catherine Olsen
  • Educating patients about early detection – What works?” – Prof Monika Janda
  • Plus explore latest products & services available to primary care practitioners in 2020


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