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In this webinar, Dr Tony Dicker reviews Picato® and its benefits for the treatment of solar keratosis. Dr Dicker discusses the use of lesion-directed therapies in a clinical setting, including the efficacy and skin reactions of Picato®. Continue reading “[WEBINAR] Benefits and review of Picato for solar keratosis”
Please join us for free alumni webinars with the course presenters if you have completed the Professional or Advanced Certificates of Skin Cancer Medicine or a Skin Cancer Surgery course with HealthCert.
Continue reading “[SKIN CANCER COURSE ALUMNI] Free alumni webinars: April, May, June 2019”
If you have completed the Professional Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine (online) or a Skin Cancer Surgery course with HealthCert, please join us on for free alumni webinars with the course presenters.
Continue reading “[SKIN CANCER COURSE ALUMNI] Free alumni webinars: March 2019”
If you have completed the Professional Certificate of Skin Cancer Surgery, please join us on Thursday, 15 November 2018 for a free alumni webinar with Dr Jonny Levy, with the opportunity to submit any questions you might have.
Continue reading “[FOR SKIN CANCER SURGERY ALUMNI] Free alumni webinar: 15 November 2018”
In this short video, experienced skin cancer doctor Colin Armstrong demonstrates how to use steri-strips for wound closures on thin skin, particularly on elderly patients. Continue reading “How to Close Wounds on Paper Thin Skin”
If you perform skin cancer surgery in your practice, you might be interested to see the 1-minute video below with experienced skin cancer doctor Hamilton Ayres. Dr Ayres uses the principle of hydrodissection to remove a lesion on a patient’s ear. The injected fluid helps to separate the tissue planes and facilitates excision. Continue reading “How to Use the Principle of Hydrodissection in Skin Cancer Surgery”
Experienced skin cancer doctor Hamilton Ayres gives a quick overview of all you need to know about local anaesthetics, possible side effects and considerations to take into account before you perform a surgical procedure. Continue reading “A Quick Guide to Local Anaesthetics for Skin Cancer Procedures”
Pivotal flaps can be a preferable excision method for lesions which can’t be excised using an ellipse. However this method requires a great degree of planning as considerable tension may be present and extensive undermining needed to close the excision without tension. In the short video below (Part I), surgical lecturer Tony Dicker demonstrates how to plan and perform a pivotal flap with optimal outcomes. This is a video sample from the Professional Certificate of Skin Cancer Surgery. Continue reading “A Quick Guide to Pivotal Flaps [Part 1]”
In the short video below, Professor Wilkinson speaks about the Skin Cancer Medicine course which has been purpose-built to help busy general practitioners acquire the fundamental skills they need to manage skin cancer with confidence and feel safe in their practice. Please take the opportunity to learn more about Australia’s leading professionally accredited skin cancer education program. Continue reading “Professional Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine with Prof David Wilkinson”
If you perform non-surgical and surgical skin cancer treatments in your practice, you might be interested in the video below. Experienced skin cancer doctor Tony Dicker shares his experience in dealing with insurance companies to ensure you are covered for the skin cancer services you provide to your patients. Continue reading “Skin Cancer Surgery – Medico-Legal Regulations”