Dermatology update - Wellington (FULL)
Location: PHARMAC, Wellington
Dr Jan Gregson will be facilitating this seminar and we are very fortunate to have Adjunct Associate Professor Amanda Oakley present an update on dermatological conditions (biography below).
A range of topics will be available and the audience will have the opportunity to select what they would most like covered.
- The skin cancer crisis
- Skin lesions and dermoscopy
- E-Referrals in dermatology
- Cutaneous infections
- Acute rashes
- Drug eruptions
- Genital dermatology
- Rheumatic diseases
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Hair and scalp
- Ageing skin, skin cancer
Presenter biography - Adjunct Associate Professor Amanda Oakley
Amanda is the senior Dermatologist at the Department of Dermatology at Waikato Hospital and has a small private practice at Tristram Clinic in Hamilton. She is founder and Editor in Chief of DermNet New Zealand, a consultant for MoleMap New Zealand, and has numerous publications including her latest book, Dermatology Made Easy.
She is passionate about the Internet and its use for diagnostic teledermatology, medical education and consumer health education.
In 2018 Dr Oakley, DermNet's founder, was appointed by Her Majesty The Queen as a Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit in recognition of her services and contribution to Dermatology. She was also awarded the Google Technology Service in the Charitable Sector's Lifetime Service Award at the New Zealand Charities Technology Awards in March 2017 and was a finalist in two categories the New Zealand Woman of Influence awards in June, 2017. She is an Honorable Member/Fellow of various scientific societies including the American Academy of Dermatology (2013) and the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (2018).
Registration fee: $75.00 (includes GST) - please note transport costs will not be covered by PHARMAC.
Time: 9.30am - 4.00pm (morning tea and lunch will be provided)
Audience: GPs, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses and Pharmacists working in primary care.
(This seminar is now full)
Last updated: 22 October 2019