Students are required to have a Dermal Clinic Uniform pack, PPE packs including protective eye wear for lasers and have met the clinical learning requirements including police check, working with children, Hep B immunisation and privacy disclosure.
HBD2202 - Dermal Sciences 2
HBD2203 - Laser Principles and Safety
|1.||Apply theory and practice of skin and hair assessment and referral when required if conditions present outside the scope of the dermal clinician;|
|2.||Apply techniques to evaluate parameters of skin and hair health and efficacy of treatment strategies;|
|3.||Demonstrate competency in performing a range of foundation dermal skills and techniques;|
|4.||Interrogate and apply knowledge of the scientific basis and mechanism of treatments to practice; and|
|5.||Evaluate risks and manage complications associated with foundational dermal procedures.|
|Practicum||Logbook of hours and 3 X practical milestone tests - OSCEs (60mins)||30%|
|Practicum||1 x Practical Test - OSCE (60mins)||30%|
|Project||Project consisting of two parts: i) development of an algorithm (1000 words) and ii) presentation of a consultation tool and justification (15mins)||40%|
Dermoscopy in general dermatology
Lallas, A. (Ed) (2019)
Boca Raton: CRC Press
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