The Primary Care Dermatology society (PCDS) was set up by GPs in 1994 to support dermatology education in primary care and redress the gap which saw dermatology account for 30% of GP consultations but not an extensive part of medical education. The PCDS website and society has grown and is recognised to provide comprehensive guidance, education events, tools, patient information leaflets and resources to its 4,000 GP and primary care health professional members. NHS Resolution has completed a review of dermatology claims within the last 5 years to examine the themes and trends within primary care.
On 22 November 2023, from 12:30-2pm, NHS Resolution and PCDS are hosting a free virtual forum to share the highlights from our analysis of dermatology claims, and discuss the risks, opportunities and challenges affecting lesion and medical dermatology management in primary care.
The link is to register is available here: NHS Resolution Virtual Forum: Learning from Dermatology claims Tickets, Wed 22 Nov 2023 at 12:30 | Eventbrite