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2 Day Dermatology Essentials

October 20 @ 9:15 am - 4:00 pm





A 2 day course is organised to allow advances in your practice and gaining of relevant competencies
The importance of dermatology care and promotion of skin health is essential in general practice. 80% of consultations for skin disease are in general practice, with 35-45% for skin lesions, acne, eczema and psoriasis. A recent survey by The British Skin Foundation (2016) revealed that patients find it easier to talk to a nurse about their skin and only 50% of patients comply with medical treatment for their skin condition.

Day 2 – 10th November

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October 20
9:15 am - 4:00 pm
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BBO Training


The Bell Hotel
Market Square
Winslow, Buckinghamshire MK18 3AB United Kingdom
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All dermatology days are in partnership with Julie Van Onselen Dermatology Education Partnership Ltd
RGN, RSCN, DipN, DipMar, Teaching Cert, BA(Hons) Dermatology Lecturer Practitioner, Dermatology Education Partnership Ltd Julie works as a dermatology educator and medical writer at DEP Ltd and for other training companies, such as BBO. She is an on-line lecturer at the University of Stirling for undergraduate and masters HCP dermatology modules. She publishes widely in professional and health care journals; she is past editor of Dermatological Nursing. Julie works on national projects, such as the Psoriasis Setting Priorities Partnership project and RCGP dermatology Spotlight project, as well as being a special adviser to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Skin She works clinically once a week and her current clinical post is with Check4Cancer Ltd, Skin Health UK, running skin cancer detection and awareness clinics; in the past she was a nurse practitioner in primary care (eczema, psoriasis and acne nurse-led clinics. Julie is passionate about improving care and support for people with skin conditions through developing educational initiatives for both healthcare professionals and patients throughout the UK.