Dive into Dermatology

Dermatology Virtual Education sessions for Primary Healthcare Professionals

Skin conditions account for 15% of the primary care workload.

This series of dermatology educational sessions provide updates on evidence-based dermatology care. The virtual sessions will be delivered in an accessible interactive format and related to practice. The education will aim to help to improve clinical confidence in managing skin conditions in day-to-day practice. Ideal for CPD and revalidation.

Session 1: Eczema and Acne

Session 2: Psoriasis and Rosacea

Session 3: Acute dermatology (rashes) and Skin infections

Session 4: Skin lesions – Recognising Benign (skin lesions/moles) and Skin Cancer

Bespoke dermatology sessions on demand

Virtual Course Dates: February - April 2022

Session 1: Friday 18 Feb (PM), Monday 28 March (AM)

Session 2: Friday 4 March (PM), Monday 4 April (AM)

Session 3:  Monday 7 March (AM), Friday 6 May (PM)

Session 4:  Monday 21 March (AM), Friday 29 April (PM)

All courses will run with a minimum of 4 delegates, maximum of 10 delegates. AM course 09.00-12.00hrs, PM 13.00-16.00hrs. Cost per session £48.00 (includes VAT). Reduced rate for booking all 4 sessions £180.00 (includes VAT). No refunds for cancellations (course will be rebooked to alternative date).



Dermatology for non-medical prescribers – BNF Chapter 13 – prescribing in practice related to your local formulary

Virtual One Day (09.00-17.00hrs):

Thursday 17 March £115.00 (includes VAT) 


Please apply by sending an email with your name, work role/address and preferred session date/s to:

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Contact Julie Van Onselen for more information at www.dermatologyeducation.co.uk

Phone 01865 558700 /07778 749423

Twitter @caringforskin


Course Facilitator and Tutor

Julie Van Onselen, Dermatology Lecturer Practitioner, Director, Dermatology Education Partnership Ltd


Julie is an independent dermatology educator and clinician, currently working clinically in primary care and as a tutor on the dermatology master’s module at the University of Stirling. She also works as a clinical adviser for skin care charities. Julie is passionate about improving dermatology care and support for people with skin conditions through developing educational initiatives for both healthcare professionals and patients.