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The MSc Clinical Dermatology has been developed to prepare clinicians for their role as health care professionals working with people with skin conditions. It provides inter-professional working opportunities for the study of key aspects of dermatology practice. There are a range of specialist modules covering key areas of dermatology practice including, management of skin lesions and skin cancers, and chronic skin conditions to enable clinicians to develop knowledge and skills relating to common dermatological conditions. These modules can be studied as stand alone modules or as part of the Masters programme.
Additionally, from time the time, the department of Postgraduate Medicine offers dermatology short courses. Further information is available by clicking the link below.
A degree in a healthcare discipline (or equivalent) & have a recognised professional qualification.
The equivalent of 2 years Full Time post qualifying experience (excluding internship) and additionally 1 year Full Time in a substantive speciality post in dermatology
Current clinical experience of a minimum of 1 year full time or equivalent in a clinical setting with access to patients with chronic skin conditions or skin integrity related conditions.
References will be required to confirm specialist experience.