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Dermatology in Practice

Dermatology

Course Fees

Full course

  • Member - €1,070
  • Non Member - €1,700

Fee per module

  • Member - €120
  • Non Member- €200

Effectively manage common dermatological conditions in general practice

This interactive, blended and modular course is designed for GPs to provide a sound understanding of common dermatological presentations in general practice and enable the successful management of patients' dermatological problems. Choose to complete the entire course or to choose specific modules during the year. Each module attracts 4 CPD credits and 0.5 day GMS study leave.

The course is aligned with the Dermatology National Clinical Programme (NCP) objectives and with the National Cancer Control Programme (NCCP).

The course introduction will include how to diagnose/describe lesions, rashes and so on and will use a variety of educational formats including infographics, high res tool, recordings, pre module MCQs, discussion boards and live webinars with interactive case based question and answer sessions.

Who is this course suitable for?

All GPs who wish to increase their learning in dermatology; GPs in training who wish to augment their training in this area of interest; Practice Nurses with an interest in dermatology

How do I apply?

Participants will have the option to complete the entire course or to choose specific modules during the year.

Full Course Application

GPs and GP Trainees registration - Registration closes at 5pm on Monday, 12 September 2022

Practice Nurses and allied healthcare professionals registration - This is a two-step registration process:

  1. Complete the expression of interest form by 5pm on Wednesday, 31 August 2022
  2. Following closure of the expression of interest form an email with registration instructions will be issued, this registration must be completed by 5pm on Friday, 09 September 2022

Course Duration

The course will commence in September 2022 and run one module per month until June 2023. Pre reading and other elearning content will be available online in advance of each module. Participants are expected to attend the live webinar plus Q&A session per module, which will generally be held at 8pm on a Tuesday evening.

Course Director: Dr Siobhán Twohig
Course Co-ordinator: Education Department, ICGP
Further information: education@icgp.ie
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