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Miscellaneous inflammatory skin diseases (Auckland course)

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Level ALevel B

Duration
2 hours
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http://www.health.auckland.ac.nz/courses/dermatology/6-misc/

This module includes wound healing, leg ulceration, pigmentary disorders, dermatoses of pregnancy, photosensitivity and heat and cold induced skin disorders.

Your dermatology pocket guide: common skin conditions explained

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Level ALevel B

Duration
2 hours
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http://www.nhsfife.org/nhs/index.cfm?fuseaction=publication.pop&pubID=818E79E2-F30D-FA55-BB4362AB45496FC6

This 62 page PDF document covers the basics including taking a history and skin examination, and divides skin diseases into those affecting adults and those affecting children. 킠The section on practical advice on topical treatments is particularly well written by the nursing authors (although UK trade names of steroid preparations are used). 킠The layout is […]

Dermatology course for Auckland medical students

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Level ALevel B

Duration
Longer than 4 hours
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http://www.health.auckland.ac.nz/courses/dermatology/

This course is easy to use and covers the most important topics in dermatology. 킠The powerpoint slide section covering lectures is less helpful as there is no audio. We have linked to individual sections pertaining to our curriculum further down the dermatology page.

Multiple sclerosis decisions

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Level ALevel BLevel C

Duration
30-60 mins
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http://www.msdecisions.org.uk/

Aimed primarily at patients to help them choose treatments but used by neurology trainees too. Does good overview of what MS is and the subtypes and treatment options plus short audios of patients describing their disease and treatments. No self test section. 킠Links to UK MS societies and references.

British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) Clinical Guidelines

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http://www.bad.org.uk//site/495/default.aspx

The most comprehensive list of clinical guidelines pertaining to skin is found here. 킠Available evidence is identified, appraised and graded and recommendations are based on this. 킠The full guidelines are in PDF form, as published in the British Journal of Dermatology. 킠Joint guidelines produced with other groups such as the Royal College of Physicians, and […]

Dermatology referral and management pathways (NHS Scotland)

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Level ALevel B

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http://www.18weeks.scot.nhs.uk/patient-pathways/dermatology/

A multidisciplinary group from across Scotland including staff from Primary and Secondary care developed these pathways. 킠They were 킠developed for the most common skin disorders presenting in Primary Care. These pathways cover over 95% of skin problems seen in General Practice as well as those frequently referred to Secondary Care. GPs that have used these […]

SIGN guidelines in dermatology

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http://sign.ac.uk/guidelines/index.html

SIGN guidelines are based on high quality systematic review of the literature. 킠Full guidelines are available to download as a PDF file, but can also be downloaded as an apple or android app. 킠 Quick guidelines are only a couple of pages long and easy to digest. 킠The current quick guidelines pertaining to skin are: […]

Clinical A-Z list (Primary Care Dermatology Society)

http://www.pcds.org.uk/a-z-clinical-guidance/clinical-a-z-list

Dermatological conditions are listed in alphabetical order, with related conditions easily accessed by hyperlinks. 킠The clinical photos are generally pretty good. 킠Text is concise and well structured. 킠Ideal for the busy general practitioner/student as a reference. 킠The Primary Care Dermatology Society‘s (link to home page) website is also worth a browse.

Taking a neurological history – Africa Health

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Level ALevel B

Duration
10-30 mins
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http://www.africa-health.com/articles/january_2010/Taking%20a%20neuro%20history.pdf

A well structured article.

Neurological exam for OSCE (Geekymedics)

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Level ALevel B

Duration
30-60 mins
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http://geekymedics.com/category/osce/neuroosce/

4 videos, each less than 10 mins demonstrating how to exam part of the neurological system (cerebellar/cranial nerves/upper limbs/lower limbs) in a short exam situation.

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