- Equips graduates with the knowledge and expertise required to recognise and treat skin disorders commonly encountered in general practice.
- Fifty per cent of course content is delivered online.
- ICGP-approved for CME & CPD.
- Focuses on patient-related problems while also developing knowledge of the theoretical background.
- Presents real cases from clinical practice.
Dermatology comprises 25% of a General Practitioner's workload. The majority of skin conditions should be treated in a general practice setting. This course is for practicing doctors, either in family practice, or doctors training in family or general medicine.
This course is primarily targeted towards:
Doctors working in family practice
Doctors in training in family or general medicine
The course is delivered on-site (50% of lectures) and by distance-learning (50% of lectures). Students will be expected to present cases from their own practice to the group and maintain a logbook of cases.
This course is for practicing doctors, either in family practice, or doctors training in family or general medicine.This well-established, expert-led programme includes a strong emphasis on distance and online learning. This flexible, practitioner-focused approach to course delivery takes account of and caters for time and work pressures experienced by busy clinicians.