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1st Dermatology Updates Course For Primary Care Physicians (9-10 February 2024)

Do you want to get the course with or without CME?

192.00 SAR
Accredited 7 CME Hours by SCFHS
Learning Activity details
Duration
Sessions 3 Sessions
Course Location: Live
Select The Most Appropriate Date To Take The Course.


Learning Activity Agenda:

 

Day1: February 9th :

Time

Topic

Speaker

4:00 -

4:10

Welcome and opening remarks

Dr.Ru’aa AlHarthi

Dr.Eyas AlHamad

4:10 -

5:00

Morphology made easy.

Benign vs malignant lesion; When to assure and whento refer?

 

Dr. Zaina alhalees

5:00 -

5:50

Common dermatology consultations: Acne, Rosacea, Hidradenitis Suppurativa and beyond.

 

 

Dr. Abdulhadi Jifri

5:50 -

6:10

Prayer Break

 

6:10 -

7:00

Pruritus approach, Atopic Dermatitis and Psoriasis:

all you need to know.

 

Dr. Sara Alsukait

7:00 -

8:00

Approach to hair loss: scarring vs non scarring

 

Dr.Ru’aa AlHarthi

 

 

Day2: February 10th:

Time

Topic

Speaker

4:00 -

5:00

Pediatric and Pregnancy dermatosis

Dr. Hend Alshehri

5:00-

5:50

Pigmentary disorders.

Hyper, Hypo and Depigmentation

Dr. Ghassan Niaz

 

5:50 -

6:10

Prayer Break

 

6:10 -

7:00

Annular lesions; solve the mystery!         

Dr. Dana Alessa

7:00-

7:50

Infectious skin Diseases you need to master.

STI, herpes and HPV, dermatophyte infections, scabiesand head lice

Dr. Najla ALdossary

7:50 -

8:00

Closing remarks

 

 


Scientific Committee:

Target Audience:
  • Nursing and Midwifery
  • Medicine and Surgery
    1. Dermatology
    2. Family Medicine
    3. Infectious Disease
    4. Internal Medicine

Learning Activity Objectives:

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:                                             

 1- Make an appropriate clinical approach to common dermatological conditions presented to Primary Care Clinics.         

  2- Make an accurate diagnosis of common dermatological cases encountered in Primary Care Clinics.     

 3- Manage common dermatological diseases presented to Primary Care Clinics.                                                             

 4- Identify clinical indications for referral to dermatology out-patient clinics. 


Learning Activity Description:

Target Audience for the course:

  • Infection Control
  • Family Medicine
  • Internal Medicine
  • Dermatology
  • Family and Community Medicine
  • Nursing and Midwifery
  • Patient Care


Learning Outcome:

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:                                               

1- Make an appropriate clinical approach to common dermatological conditions presented to Primary Care Clinics.           

2- Make an accurate diagnosis of common dermatological cases encountered in Primary Care Clinics.     

 3- Manage common dermatological diseases presented to Primary Care Clinics.                                                             

 4- Identify clinical indications for referral to dermatology out-patient clinics. 




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