This years AMC has a strong program for primary care and skin cancer practitioners
The 2018 program has a stream that specifically targets the interests of primary care as well as incorporating international experts in the cutting edges of epidemiology, artificial intelligence for diagnosis, dermoscopy and confocal microscopy.
Attendance is eligible for Category 1 CPD points with the RACGP.
Dermoscopy sessions include basic and advanced dermoscopy. Patient management sessions target surgery in primary care for melanoma, interpretation of the pathology report, follow-up care after a primary melanoma, the changing place of sentinel node biopsy and challenges posed by the new systemic therapies for melanoma.
Sessions have been designed to open debate on controversies and to exemplify issues with challenging cases for discussion.
See below for steps on securing CPD Points.
1. select an area of learning that you wish to develop - Melanoma
2. set personal learning outcomes
3. complete a minimum of six hours of active learning on Melanoma by attending the conference
4. complete and submit an individual ALM online application form through MyRACGP website. (https://www.racgp.org.au/education/qicpd-program/cpd)
For more further advice/information on this process, visit www.leancpd.com.