Skin cancer in a rural setting: A practical guide for diagnosis
On-demand recorded 4 Feb 2021
This instalment of the Rural Health Webinar Series will explore practical techniques that rural GPs can use to sample skin lesions and make accurate diagnoses. Through a series of case-based discussions of lesions seen in a week of general practice, participants will gain an understanding of the techniques that can be used to sample lesions in a rural practice (including their limitations), as well as which sampling techniques should be used for specific differential diagnoses.
- Discuss the techniques used to sample lesions in a rural practice, including their limitations.
- Identify which sampling techniques should be used for specific differential diagnoses.
- Apply knowledge to common lesions seen in general practice
This event attracts 2 CPD points
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.