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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”
In the short video below, you will learn more about commonly asked questions about dermatoscopes, including the differences between various models and why you might choose one tool over another. Dermatoscopes and skin viewers are ideal for everyday use in your general practice and aid in the accurate diagnosis of skin cancers and other skin conditions, leading to improved patient outcomes.
Which dermatoscope is right for you? Learn about the range of skin viewers and dermatoscopes available on the market. The tools are ideal for everyday use in your general practice and aid in the accurate diagnosis of skin cancers and other skin conditions, leading to improved patient outcomes.
Almost nobody manages to get through life without a scar or two. An examination of most people’s skin will reveal a story of how a scar was obtained. It could be the result of an adventure gone wrong, accident or a medical issue that required surgery. Continue reading “Minimising scarring after BCC removal”
If you have an interest in dermoscopy and skin cancer medicine, don’t miss the International Dermoscopy Society’s 5th World Congress of Dermoscopy, to be held in Thessaloniki, Greece from 14 to 16 June 2018.
The Congress will bring together passionate dermoscopists from around the globe, from novice researchers to experienced clinicians. It offers a great opportunity for medical professionals interested in skin cancer to learn about the latest research in dermoscopy from inspirational thought leaders in the field. Continue reading “HealthCert Recommends: The IDS 5th World Congress of Dermoscopy”
“Well, here it is. After teaching my foundations of skin cancer course with HealthCert for 10 years, and with almost 3000 alumni, Paul and I have finally written the book! Many, many doctors ask me “which is the best book for me?”. Well, if you are a mainstream GP, this is it – in my view.
We wrote this because, as far as we could see, there is no such book on the market. And, most patients with skin cancer are treated by GPs. And, it is not easy. The book is simple and straightforward. All evidence based, clear and basic one to keep on your desk.
I hope you like it.”