Dr Lama Hussein, a Mohs Specialist in the United Kingdom (UK), and Yvonne Nguyen, one of our UK based College trainees, kindly request your feedback on a short five question survey.
High risk cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck is a common skin tumour that has the potential to metastasise. Therefore, evidence-based practice is essential for its management. The Bristish Association of Dermatologists (BAD) guidelines recommend regular clinical follow up after treatment. However, Dr Hussein and Dr Nguyen have anecdotally noticed a significant degree of variation in practice when it comes to the follow up of these skin tumours in the UK and Australia. Therefore, they would like to establish the current practice across the College consultants.
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