Skin Cancer Clinical Experience for GPs
Would you like to spend two days with experienced skin cancer doctors to see how a modern skin cancer clinic operates on a daily basis?
The Skin Cancer Institute at Redcliffe in Queensland, 20 minutes north of Brisbane Airport, is a busy clinic dedicated to skin cancer medicine.
The clinic offers GPs the opportunity to observe procedures and become familiar with many aspects of skin cancer screening and treatment including:
- Skin check, consultation, and dermoscopy
- Biopsy techniques (punch and shave)
- Cryotherapy, curettage, field treatments
- Ellipse and direct repair
- Clinical notes and billing
- Flaps and grafts (please note this is a working clinic and patient cases will vary)
- Spend sessions consulting and in theatre with our experienced doctors
Our Team at the Skin Cancer Institute Includes:
Prof David Wilkinson, Dr Victor Harling, Dr Tars Lim, Dr Colin Armstrong
Coordinator: Suzana Hillhouse
To find out more information please call on 07 3137 1399 or click to download the form and fax back with your preferred two days to 07 3319 6251.
“My visit to the Skin Cancer Centre at Redcliffe was very exciting and interesting with innovative and unexpected “twists” here and there, making the Centre really unique. Most of all, I appreciated you giving me unlimited access and insight into your organization on how things should be done and run. You have inspired me and I have "converted" to Skin Cancer Management. I thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to experience your environment and I would like to thank every one of the friendly staff at the Clinic for their support. Anyone interested in pursuing skin cancer management, should not miss the opportunity to visit your Clinic.”
Dr. Darko Sulava, Vic
“The structured clinical attachment at the Redcliffe Skin Cancer Centre has provided an excellent first-hand experience and insight into many procedural aspects of skin cancer medicine management. It is a well-organised program which has afforded me good practical experience in this expanding area of medical practice. Thoroughly recommended”.
Dr Andrew McIntosh, Vic