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Top Tips to Reduce Dermatology Referrals—Dr Tim Cunliffe's Guidelines Live Session

In this speaker session filmed at Guidelines Live 2022, Dr Tim Cunliffe talks about aspects of dermatology care, including service delivery, medical dermatology, skin lesions, and spot diagnosis.

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Guidelines Live is a must-attend live event focussed on essential guidance-related continuing professional development (CPD). Developed by specialist GPs and GP appraisers, Guidelines Live 2023 will feature 12 clinical streams of educational sessions on the latest clinical guidance for the whole primary care team, including GPs, nurses, and pharmacists. Dedicate 2 days to your continuing professional development by registering to attend Guidelines Live 2023 at the summer offer rate of only £49.

Guidelines Live is an educational event made possible by sponsorship from organisations including pharmaceutical companies. Sponsors have had no input into the agenda of the meeting unless through sponsored session(s) as indicated on the main programme.

Primary Care Dermatology Society

This Guidelines Live session was supported by the Primary Care Dermatology Society (PCDS). The PCDS is the leading UK society for all members of the primary healthcare team with an enthusiasm for dermatology, dermoscopy, and skin surgery. With thousands of members, the PCDS delivers high quality educational events and provides a primary and intermediate care voice in all aspects of dermatology working with stakeholders to improve patient care.