The College has appointed key people to represent the College as advocates. Advocates have a belief in the cause of raising the level of health literacy in the community regarding dermatology and dermatologists. They may also possess leadership skills and currently be involved with the local community.
There are many critical issues specific to dermatology, with implications for Australian health policy, service delivery and clinical practice. As the leading authority in dermatology, the College is in a unique position to advocate for patients, the community and the profession on skin health and health policy issues.
ACD position statements and fact sheets promote and reflect the views of the College and its Fellows for the purposes of advocacy, education and communication.Position statements address topics that impact College members, health professionals, patients and the community.
What is a Dermatologist?
A dermatologist has a medical degree and four years of specialist training. The Australasian College of Dermatologists is th
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