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Dermatology essentials: managing precancerous lesions

Module summary

Guidance for GPs on what to do with actinic keratoses and Bowen’s disease

Learning objectives

Get updated on managing precancerous lesions, including:

  • How to recognise actinic keratoses
  • Treatment options for actinic keratoses
  • Features of Bowen's disease
  • The risk of precancerous lesions becoming cancerous

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


Author

Dr Neil Shroff is a GPSI in dermatology in Nottingham and member of the PCDS executive committee

Date module published
06/01/2017
Module due for review
06/01/2019
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
ok, more pictures of different presentations of both bowens and AK would be useful
Dylan Reid
19.05.2017.
Good.Would be helpful to have lots of photos
Katharine Townsend
16.05.2017.
good
Richard Hunter
18.04.2017.
good
Omid Entekhabifard
27.03.2017.
Excellent
Nigel Sewell
23.03.2017.