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The agenda for 2018 is still in development and will include new sessions, speakers and fomats. For a taste of what Pulse Learning Seminars have to offer, take a look at the agenda from 2017 below. 

2017 Programme

08:45 Registration, refreshments and networking

 09:20   Chair’s welcome: Dr George Moncrieff, GPSI Dermatology and chair, Dermatology Council for England

 09:30  Psoriasis          

  • Causes and triggers
  • Topical and systemic treatments
  • What can the patient do?

Dr Paul Charlson, GPSI in dermatology in Yorkshire and president, British College of Aesthetic Medicine

 10:10 Effective management of Rosacea : 2017

Dr George Moncrieff, GPSI Dermatology and chair, Dermatology Council for England
Supported by Galderma

10:40   Q&A

10:45   Refreshment break

11:15  Top tips on dermatological diagnosis: Rashes

  • How to diagnose with confidence

Dr Angela Goyal, GPSI dermatology in Leeds

11.55  Treatment solutions for dermatology conditions which may not be available in the NHS

  • Laser dermatology for a variety of skin conditions
  • Other treatment solutions  

Dr Sanjay Rajpara, consultant dermatologist and Mohs surgeon, Kings College Hospitals NHS Trust and medical director, sk:n Clinics 
In association with sk:n Clinics

12.25 Lunch

13:15 Quiz: Fungal infections

13:35  Common challenges in paediatric dermatology

  • When is it infectious
  • When is it allergic?
  • Is it an emergency

Dr Helen Goodyear, consultant paediatrician with a special interest in dermatology, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital and executive committee member, British Society for Paediatric Dermatology

14:15 Recognising and treating common genital dermatoses

  • Conducting a thorough examination
  • Common conditions and differentials
  • Which treatment is appropriate?

Dr Parameswaran Sashidharan, associate specialist in sexual health, Homerton Hospital, chair, Special Interest Group for Genital Dermatology, British Association for Sexual Health and HIV

15:00 Refreshment break

15:25   Hair loss in women: Diagnosis and Management.

  • Local conditions vs something more widespread
  • When and how to treat

Dr Vicky Jolliffe, consultant dermatologist and reader in Postgraduate Medical Education, committee member, British Hair and Nail Society

16:10  Skin cancer

  • Signs and symptoms of malignancy
  • When to refer?
  • New nice guidance on sun exposure: vitamin D

Dr Anjali Mahto, consultant dermatologist, The Cadogan Clinic and spokesperson, British Skin Foundation

17:00   Chair’s closing remarks

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