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International Dermoscopy Refresher and Update course, Wednesday 28th November 2018-booking now open

International Dermoscopy Refresher and Update day conference

Wednesday 28.11.2018, Holiday Inn, Cartwright Drive, Fareham, Hampshire PO15 5RJ

This is a dermoscopy  refresher and update course with an international flavour, for dermatologists and all clinicians who regularly use dermoscopy to evaluate suspicious skin lesions in hospital or community.  Basic knowledge is assumed-doctors and specialist nurses wishing to make a start with dermoscopy would be better advised to attend an introductory course.

Stephen Hayes, Catriona Henderson and Birgit Pees are keen dermoscopists with over 50 years combined clinical experience, who have taught an annual dermoscopy course in Fareham since 2011. This November, we are delighted to welcome Professor Luc Thomas from the University of Lyons, France, one of the most published and respected authorities in world dermoscopy. He specialises in skin cancer with a particular interest in nail unit disease. He has agreed to present on the dermoscopy of pigmented and non pigmented nail unit and foot lesions, also to briefly discuss the use of dermoscopy in France and teach us on some didactic and challenging cases from his practice in Lyons.

All presentations will be richly illustrated with many dermoscopic cases studies. It is hoped to make PDFs of presentations with images available to delegates for private study, subject to permissions.

Programme 08.00-09.00 registration and coffee

09.00 Introduction and overview Stephen Hayes

09.15 ‘One algorithm to rule them all.’ Chaos and clues in dermoscopy SH

10.00 Hypopigmented and other difficult melanomas Catriona Henderson

10.30 Highlights and insights from the 5th dermoscopy world congress, Thessaloniki, Greece, 14-16 June 2018 (we are all going!)-Birgit Pees

11.00 coffee, biscuits and equipment stand

11.20 Dermoscopy of less common skin lesions such as pigmented Bowen’s disease, atypical dermatofibromas, Merkel cell cancer etc CH

12.00 Dermoscopy of vessels (speaker tbc)

12.15 Interactive dermoscopy case discussions-SH, CH, BP

13.00 Lunch (2 course with vegetarian option, served in seated restaurant)

14.00 Dermoscopic diagnosis of pigmented and non pigmented nail unit tumours Luc Thomas

15.00 Pigmented lesions on the face BP

15.30 coffee, biscuits and equipment stand

16.00 Mole mapping and monitoring SH

16.15 Dermoscopy in France-research and instructive cases LT

17.00 finish

BOOKING FORM (please complete and email to stevehayes272@gmail.com)

Name Address including email Fee -flat rate
    £150

 

Payment by BACS  30-90-85, 21513968 

(Lloyds Bank, Bishop’s Waltham)

or  cheque payable to South Coast Dermoscopy Associates to

South Coast Dermoscopy

96 Winchester Street

Botley, Hampshire SO30 2AA

Receipts and certificates will be sent out by email. 

TERMS AND CONDITIONS No reminders will be sent out unless in case of significant changes to the course due to unforeseen force majeure. Programme subject to adjustments if necessary due to circumstances outside our control. 6 hours CME with RCP will be applied for. Refund minus £30 handling fee payable on request up to 1st November, or subsequently on discretion for ill health etc. Delegate places are transferrable, i.e. if you can’t come for any reason, a colleague may come in your place for no extra charge as long as you tell us. We will not pass your details on to any other parties. You must enter your car registration number in the hotel reception.

All correspondence to stevehayes272@gmail.com.

Dr Stephen Hayes GMC 2482404

Course organiser and lead tutor

UK board member, International Dermoscopy Society

South Coast Dermoscopy

www.dermoscopy.wordpress.com

 

 

 

 

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11 Comments

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  1. molehunter / Jul 13 2011 10:13 am

    COURSE LATEST we had a sucessfull session on 24th June and hte on line case discussions are going well. A repeat of the course with suggested improvements is very likely for 2012, a decision on this will be made after the summer holdays.

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  3. Alan Milligan CNS Skin Cancer London / Mar 21 2016 4:08 pm

    Can you tell me if there are still paces on the June 10th Course?

    • molehunter / Mar 24 2016 7:52 pm

      Sorry, the course began on 10th March so too late to join us this year. News of the 2007 dates will be posted here in a month or 2

  4. flora / Oct 25 2016 11:30 am

    Hi,

    I am looking forward to attend this course.

    In the application form states Dermoscopy course 2016 and the payment section also states 2016.

    Do you mean if booked before 1st February 2017.

    Kind Regards

    • molehunter / Nov 13 2016 7:57 pm

      Yes, sorry my mistake. Stephen Hayes

  5. Dr Asma / Oct 28 2016 6:37 pm

    Good day,

    I am interested in attending. May I enquire how can I apply for sponsorship?
    I am a doctor from Muscat, Oman

    • molehunter / Nov 13 2016 7:42 pm

      Greetings Dr Asma. The details of the course and application form can be downloaded, click on the relevant box in the top right of the blog. Kind regards. Stephen Hayes

  6. Shehla Baig / Jan 28 2017 6:15 pm

    Dear Stephen
    Is there still place on your March 2017 course? Can you let me know asap as I want to get the discounted fee!
    Shehla

  7. Ivona / Apr 27 2017 8:32 am

    Hi I am interested on the 9th of June 2017 course. Still places available ?
    Thank you

  8. Viv / May 5 2017 11:23 am

    Hi I have just noticed this interesting course and would like to attend the next one available please. When might this be? I seem to have missed the one early this year. Many thanks

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