NICE estimates that over 23% of the UK population aged 60 and above have actinic keratosis (AK).1 Find out more about the condition at a MIMS workshop on actinic keratosis in Belfast on 2nd June 2015 or in Winchester on 10th June 2015.

This exciting workshop will cover key topics in the diagnosis and management of actinic keratosis. The day will provide a multidisciplinary educational update for GPs with the opportunity to gain 4 CPD credits.

Expert speakers will give lectures on actinic keratoses – what they are, when should they be treated, why and by whom; Presentation, differential diagnosis and red flags; and Management of actinic keratosis in primary care.

As well as listening to expert speakers, delegates will also participate in two case study-based interactive sessions, where they can discuss the diagnosis and treatment of specific cases.

BOOK NOW as spaces are limited.

For more detail on all the topics we’ll be covering on the day, take a look at the full agenda.

Reference

1. Primary Care Dermatology Society. Actinic keratosis (syn. solar keratosis). Updated 23 November 2011.

http://www.pcds.org.uk/clinical-guidance/actinic-keratosis-syn.-solar-keratosis (April 2015)

Date of preparation March 2015

UKATK3069 

Prescribing Information: Actikerall 5 mg/g + 100 mg/g Cutaneous Solution 5 mg of fluorouracil and 100 mg of salicylic acid

Prescribing Information: Solaraze™ 3% Gel 30 mg/g diclofenac sodium