Other Dermatology modules

Key questions on scalp conditions (1.5 CPD hours)

Key questions on common adverse drug reactions (1.5 CPD hours)

Case-by-case: psoriasis (1.5 CPD hours)


Key questions on analgesia in palliation

Professor Mike Bennett, consultant in palliative medicine, and Dr Chris Kane, specialty registrar, answer questions from Dr Melanie Wynne-Jones on the WHO analgesic ladder, adjuvant medication and self-help strategies

1.5 CPD hours
Case-Based Learning

Stroke and TIA

This case-based module will guide you through the latest evidence in the diagnosis and management of stroke and TIA. 

1.5 CPD hours

Key questions on psoriasis

Dr Tang Ngee Shim and Dr Andrew Ilchyshyn, consultant dermatologists, on corticosteroids, the impact of biologics on infections in primary care, and occupational risks for psoriasis patients

1.5 CPD hours

Dermatology essentials: dermoscopy

Module summary

Dr Stephen Hayes discusses the advantages of GPs performing dermoscopy

Learning objectives

This module will offer an introduction into dermoscopy, covering:

  • How to manage a patient concerned about a skin lesion
  • Red flag features to look out for
  • Dermoscopic features of non-cancerous lesions
  • Spotting the dangerous and the malignant skin lesion
  • Resources for improving your skills in this area

This module was produced in association with the Primary Care Dermatology Society.


Dr Stephen Hayes is a former GP and GPSI, currently associate specialist in dermatology, at University Hospital Southampton. He teaches dermoscopy with the PCDS and independently.

Dr Hayes blogs about dermoscopy and skin cancer diagnosis at www.dermoscopy.wordpress.com, from which there are links to many other free online education resources

Date module published
Module due for review
Suggested number of CPD credits
Completing this module will earn you a certificate for a suggested
1 CPD hour
By showing evidence of impact you could double that to
2 CPD hours
What other GPs said after completing this module
Martin Holt
Roger Beal
Very informative
Andrew Dunlop
V good
Faraz Imran
Concise and useful
Omid Entekhabifard