Dermatology for General Practice

Light Related Skin Disease and Pigmentation Disorders

Introduction

Developed and delivered by Australian trained and based Dermatologists.  This online course will train you to properly diagnose the appropriate skin treatment, provide reassurance, or initiate the appropriate referral when presented with light related skin disease and pigmentation disorders.

Participants will complete online modules and learn directly from our experts.  This course is designed to be engaging, flexible and totally relevant to your needs in day to day practice. 

Detailed course content, date and fee information provided below.

Contact gpderm@dermcoll.edu.au for any queries regarding this course.

Full Course Information

Online Modules

This module will present an overview of photobiology including:

  1. The physics of light
  2. Interactions with the skin
  3. The role of lasers and ionising radiation in dermatological practice.

It will also deal in detail with some of the more common light related skin conditions encountered in general practice.

Lectures & Case Studies

Watch a recorded lecture and participate in discussion forum on diagnosis and management direct with our expert Dermatologists

Assessments

Assessment for this module will requires the satisfactory completion of a number of topic based quizzes together with a small number of targeted case reports.

Required Hours

This course requires about 8 study hours.

COURSE DATES 2021

Term 1

15th Feb – 11th April

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Term 2

27th April – 20th June

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Term 3

5th Jul – 29th Aug

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Term 4

13th Sep – 7th Nov

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COURSE FEES

One low course fee includes access to the course for the duration of the term and you are able to download and save all learning material and resources.

  • GP/Registrar/Other $420

HOW TO ENROL

Click HERE to be directed to our online shop and the purchase page.

Here you can select the term and pay online to gain access to the course.

Once you have successfully paid online for your course access, you will receive a receipt as well as a confirmation of enrolment email with account details to access your course.

Please note that enrolments are only secured once payment is made. Adding the course to your cart will not hold an enrolment place.

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COURSE ELIGIBILITY

This course is aimed at GPs and GP registrars. Nurse practitioners and other medical registrars are also eligible.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the successful completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of (EMR) and specifically light and its effects on the skin
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the function and use of lasers and ionising radiation in treating common skin disorders
  • Identify ‘typical’ cases which present in your practice
  • List the possible differential diagnoses
  • Outline the possible treatment options
  • Assess and choose the most appropriate treatment options based on various clinical scenarios
  • Discuss the risks of adverse outcomes associated with various treatment options
  • Describe the circumstances under which referral to a dermatologist should be considered when managing the conditions covered in this module

CPD POINTS

Completion of this course will result in 40 CPD points from the RACGP

TERMS & CONDITIONS

  1. The enrolment fee includes access to the online modules
  2. Access to the online modules and virtual clinic is available for the duration of the course (usually 8 weeks).
  3. Registration in the program will be confirmed upon receipt of the completed enrolment form and payment of the relevant course fees to ACD.
  4. Participants can defer by submitting a written request to the Australasian College of Dermatologists that is received no later than 10 working days before the end of the term. If a deferment is granted, you will be offered a place at the next available term. Once you accept this offer, you will receive a confirmation email of enrolment into this workshop. A maximum of one deferral is permitted per participant.
  5. Participants are required to review the Terms and Conditions and cancellation/refund policy prior to registering, and to acknowledge acceptance of these conditions during the registration process.
  6. Participants will be issued with a Statement of Attainment once all course components have been completed.

The Australasian College of Dermatologists complies with the requirements of the Federal Privacy Act and the National Privacy Principles. A full copy of the College’s privacy policy is available here.

CANCELLATIONS & REFUNDS

  1. A full refund of fees will be available if an offer of placement is withdrawn or in the unlikely event that College is unable in unable to provide any components of the course.
  2. No refund of fees will be made once you have enrolled in the course.
  3. If you wish to defer you will need to submit a written request at least 10 days before the term end. Each written request will be considered on its merits. Deferment will not be granted for requests received within 10 days of the end date unless there are extenuating circumstances mitigating your studies.
  4. All requests for deferment must be made in writing to gpderm@dermcoll.edu.au

The Australasian College of Dermatologists complies with the requirements of the Federal Privacy Act and the National Privacy Principles. A full copy of the College’s privacy policy is available here.