Comment: Further thoughts for modern dermatologists
Last week I attended the Annual UK Dermatology Course for Consultants, which took place in London. It was the first time I had attended since giving a talk about fifteen years ago on dermatological problems in the returning traveller – something I was familiar with at the time, having only recently left the Army. The course provided a good general update, covering a broad range of topics in a practical way, with some humour added in. In many ways it mirrored Dermatology in practice – although our readership is more diverse – featuring topics such as body image in dermatology, and thalidomide, which also feature in this issue.
Dermatology in practice 2014; 20(4): 3–3
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