Pruritus Relevant to Primary Care Dermatology

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This is a webinar not to missed. Pruritus is such an extremely common presentation via telephone or face-to-face consultation and Dr Elamin will take us through common causes, relevant investigations and structured treatment regimens relevant for primary care physicians. Shahd a dermatology specialist registrar in the Belfast Trust and we are delighted to have her […]

The Red Face – Dr Ruth Boreland

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Dr Boreland is a GPES in the west of the province and has a keen interest in acne rosacea and acne vulgaris, having presented this topic at last year’s Dermatology Study Day. Both acne vulgaris and Rosacea are extremely common skin conditions that present to the GP and this talk will be extremely relevant to all of us.

Dermatoses of the Elderly & Varicose Eczema

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Most of us will have noticed an increase in calls over the ‘lockdown’ period regarding leg swelling and generalized itch in our geriatric population. Dr. Orlagh Mullholland is a dermatology specialist registrar in the Belfast trust and will take us through common causes, relevant investigations and comprehensive treatment strategies for these common, yet stubborn, conditions.

Hair and Nails – Dr Emma Mack

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Join Dr. Emma Mack, consultant dermatologist, for an update on conditions of the hair & nails, relevant to general practice. Although hair has no vital function in humans and the nails are a largely unnoticed appendage, derangement in their function can cause significant psychological distress. Some changes are physiological but some reflect disease processes. The clinical challenge is to distinguish between these and to know when it is appropriate to intervene. Emma will aim to make us more confident in managing these common, yet tricky, complaints.

Dermatology in Skin of Colour

Following an extremely successful and popular webinar delivered to the QUB GP Society, we are grateful for Dr Middleton for joining in our team of educators. David is a specialist […]

Vasculitis & Drug Eruptions

Many of the vasculitides have a cutaneous component and in all cases a thorough work-up is required to investigate for an underlying cause and/or associated systemic features. Dr Matthew Costley […]

Skin in Systemic Disease

Since the dawn of medicine, the appearance of the skin has been used to identify internal disease. Spotting cutaneous signs of systemic disease can not only be of crucial medical […]

Hyperhidrosis / Hidradenitis

Both these conditions are can be debilitating with severe consequences for patients' quality of life. Dr Paula OÕHare (dermatology GPES in the west of the province) will take us through […]