Improve your knowledge of skin conditions with new articles from MIMS Dermatology

New educational modules can help you to gain confidence in dealing with your patients' skin complaints.

MIMS Learning is offering members a new learning plan, worth a suggested 7.75 CPD credits, featuring modules from the latest edition of MIMS Dermatology on oral signs and symptoms of systemic disease, cellulitis, hyperhidrosis treatment and urticaria.

Four interesting patient case studies on verruca, persistent itchy rash, matching lesions in a married couple and skin reaction to topical treatment are highlighted. And Dr Nigel Stollery considers the differential diagnoses of cysts and skin pigmentation in illustrated articles.

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These educational modules, aimed at healthcare professionals with an interest in dermatology, will help you to gain higher-level knowledge about key dermatology topics, brush up your diagnostic skills and ensure that you are offering patients the most up-to-date advice.

MIMS Learning features 550+ clinical education modules tailored to GPs’ learning needs, worth over 400 CPD credits, and a CPD organiser integrated with the Clarity & RCGP Appraisal Toolkit for GPs.

For more details on what’s included in an annual subscription to MIMS Learning, visit our membership page. To receive MIMS Dermatology in print, sign up here.

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