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Treating Common Skin Cancers: Surgical margins and non-surgical management Members login for free access About RACGP online events

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Type: On-demand
Recorded: 5 Aug 2021

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Email: RACGP Rural
Call: 1800 636 764

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Treating Common Skin Cancers: Surgical margins and non-surgical management

On-demand recorded 5 Aug 2021

This instalment of the Rural Health Webinar Series will explore the surgical and non-surgical treatment of common skin cancers. Participants will learn about the key considerations involved in deciding surgical margins as well as about a variety of methods available to treat skin cancers including common non-surgical treatments such as field therapy.

This webinar will be facilitated by Dr Jeremy Hudson, who has previously delivered another webinar in the Rural Health Webinar Series – Skin cancer in a rural setting: A practical guide for diagnosis.

Interested participants are encouraged to watch the recording at: https://www.racgp.org.au/racgp-digital-events-calendar/online-event-content/skin-cancer-in-a-rural-setting-a-practical-guide-f

Learning outcomes

  1. Outline common surgical margins and how to interpret reports
  2. Apply available treatment options, including common field therapies
  3. Identify high risk lesions and when referral on may be appropriate
This event attracts 2 CPD points

This event attracts 2 CPD points

This event is part of Rural Health Webinar Series. Events in this series are:

Presenter

Dr Jeremy Hudson

Dr Jeremy Hudson is Chair of Dermatology for the RACGP, and a Senior Lecturer in Skin Cancer Medicine and Surgery for James Cook University. He is also the Clinical Director of the North Queensland Skin Centre, a research based clinic in Townsville, and has a strong interest in medical education and improving clinical guidelines. He has spent most of his career as a rural and remote GP before specializing in skin cancer.

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