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August 13, 2014 / molehunter

2015 skin lesion recognition and dermoscopy course DATES

Our popular Integrated Skin Lesion Recognition and Dermoscopy course for health care professionals will run for a 5th year in 2015. I will shortly post full details but essentially the course will be a repeat of 2014’s sold out course and will be at the same venue, Holiday Inn at Fareham, Hampshire. 20 minutes by taxi from Southampton airport (we have had people from Belfast and the channel islands), 5 minutes by car from junction 9 of M27 and 10 minutes by taxi from Fareham rail station which is about 100 minutes from London Waterloo on the Waterloo to Portsmouth Harbour line.

The course is on 2 Friday afternoons plus homework and e-learning.

2015 dates are Friday 13th March and Friday 19th June.

Learners will receive a virtual text book on a memory drive which includes all the presentations, 50 case studies, 3 lesion learner presentations, links and additional learning material. They will also sign up to a Google e-learning group through which at least 30 cases will be discussed on line between the 2 half days of speaker presentations.

Full cost including buffet lunch, coffee, memory drive and e-learning will be £250, £200 if booked before 1st February. Nurses can come for £150.

Final details later, please don’t contact me yet as I will set up a special email address which I can quarantine and later delete to avoid the Spam nightmare I had as a result of this year’s course.

 

Stephen Hayes

lead tutor

South Coast Dermoscopy Associates.

PS the PCDS see www.pcds.org.uk runs a great Advanced Dermoscopy course with Jonathan Bowling and colleagues, this runs next on 2nd October in London, see PCDS site for details. highly recommended for intermediate/improvers in dermoscopy.

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