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Skin lesion update recognition and management

In Hatfield ()

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Description

  • Typology

    Short course

Description

This Skin lesion update recognition and management course enables clinicians to develop and consolidate skills in recognition and management of a variety of benign and malignant skin lesions.

The Skin lesion update recognition and management course is taught by experienced clinicians together with a variety of external subject specialists.

Proficiency is developed during a period of supervised clinical practice and competency is assessed using a structured OSCE and development of a practice portfolio.

This Skin lesion update recognition and management course meets the Dermatology National Guidance (DH 2007) accreditation criteria.

To take into account

To develop and consolidate skills in recognition and management of a variety of benign and malignant skin lesions.

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Subjects

  • Dermatology
  • Management
  • Diagnosis
  • Local Anaesthesia
  • Skin
  • Skin preparation
  • Haemostasis
  • Surgical
  • Specimens

Course programme

This Skin lesion update recognition and management course enables clinicians to develop and consolidate skills in recognition and management of a variety of benign and malignant skin lesions.
The Skin lesion update recognition and management course is taught by experienced clinicians together with a variety of external subject specialists.
Proficiency is developed during a period of supervised clinical practice and competency is assessed using a structured OSCE and development of a practice portfolio.
This Skin lesion update recognition and management course meets the Dermatology National Guidance (DH 2007) accreditation criteria.
The Skin lesion update recognition and management course focuses on acquisition of minor surgery practical skills and the context of service delivery.
Patient assessment and treatment options
Skin preparation, local anaesthesia, haemostasis
Surgical anatomical hazards
Surgical procedures: curettage, shave / ellipse excision, punch biopsy
Histology: specimens, diagnosis
Wound closure and aftercare

Skin lesion update recognition and management

Price on request