Benign & Precancerous Lesions
Enrolment dates do not apply for this course. You may enrol at any time through the year and will receive 12 weeks access. However, the interactive elements of the course, including webinars, case discussion forum, workshops and marking will only occur during Trimester times.
Full course content, date and fee information provided in the description below or on our website at Benign & Precancerous Lesions.
COURSE DATES 2024
Tri 1 2024: 5th Feb - 28th April
Tri 2 2024: 13th May - 4th Aug
Tri 3 2024: 19th Aug - 10th Nov
This 12 week online course consists of approximately 40 study hours, and will teach participants to distinguish a range of benign and precancerous lesions that are often identified by patients as skin lesions of concern and if required provide patients with a recommended treatment plan. Engage directly with our expert Dermatologists via webinars and the discussion forum.
This 12 week blended course consists of 5 online modules which cover the following topics:
1. Benign Epithelial Tumours
2. Benign Melanocytic Lesions
3. Benign Appendageal Tumours
4. Benign Tumours of the Dermis and Subcutaneous Fat
5. Premalignant or Precancerous Tumours
Attend or watch online webinars and participate in open discussion on diagnosis and management direct with our expert Dermatologists
Respond to authentic clinic case studies and challenge yourself to provide a diagnosis and first-step management plan on the clinical information and dermoscopic images
Complete the scenarios, a 500 word case study and an online multiple choice final exam
GP Registrars $1,050
This course is aimed at General Practitioners, Registrars and prevocational Doctors.
Boost your confidence in skin health and apply these principles as a guide for appropriate referral to a dermatologist when required. Call (02) 8741 4140 for more information!
These courses are designed to provide Doctors and related health professionals with knowledge and skills in a range of Dermatology and skin health areas to develop their expertise and confidence in dealing with patients who present with dermatological conditions. It aims to assist you in the day-to-day management of these patients and in making the decision as to when to refer a patient to a Dermatologist.
Completion of this course does not provide you with qualifications in dermatology or guarantee you access into the ACD Specialist Training Program. In order to practice as a Specialist Dermatologist you must complete the ACD Specialist Training Program. Information on the Training Program requirements are outlined here: Becoming a Dermatologist