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Webinar: Does a child presenting with a rash leave you scratching your head?

Dermatology is a clinical topic that troubles many GP registrars. This can be particularly difficult in children when parents often seek an exact diagnosis and are concerned about some of the treatment options.

In this webinar we will cover some areas of paediatric dermatology and paediatric rashes in an interactive case based format.

At the end of this valuable forum, you will come away with:

  • A greater awareness of common paediatric dermatological conditions
  • Increased confidence in managing children with skin problems
  • Greater knowledge and skills regarding paediatric rashes




Presented by GPEx Deputy Director of Medical Education Dr Paul Dilena and facilitated by Senior Medical Educator Dr Simon Hay, this webinar is aimed at senior registrars soon moving into practice as a registered GP.


GPEx Webinar Series: Does a child presenting with a rash leave you scratching your head?
6:30-7:30pm, Monday, 10 October 2016


About the Presenter

Paul is the Deputy Director of Medical Education at GPEx. His qualifications include the RACGP Certificate in Primary Care Dermatology with over 20 years’ experience in General Practice. His special interests are Dermatology and Medical Education.


About the Facilitator

Simon is a Senior Medical Educator at GPEx and part of his role is Senior Year Registrar Education. Simon is a practising GP and GP Supervisor at University Health, The University of Adelaide.


These webinars are optional education sessions and are designed to provide additional education on some of the more difficult topics in General Practice. They are specifically designed for senior year registrars – those that have completed 12 months in community training.

Whilst the webinars are not face to face education sessions, the webinar technology allows for interactivity and engagement of facilitators with the participants.

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