Does my patient have skin cancer?

Approved for 12.5 Formal CPD Hours

Chiropractors: This Module is assessed and approved on behalf of AHPRA and all chiropractors in Australia and New Zealand can use this Module to earn 12.5 Formal CPD hours (Formal Learning Activity).

Osteopaths and other Health Care Providers:
We welcome all healthcare providers to enrol in our Modules and earn their CPD points.


Description

How often do you treat a patient when you notice a suspect mole on their neck or body? In this online Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Module we help chiropractors and osteopaths update their knowledge of skin cancers seen in Australia. The Module includes case studies and videos to present the epidemiology, pathophysiology and clinical diagnosis of common skin cancers.

This module is a self-paced, online, continuing professional development program, giving you the flexibility to complete your CPD requirements, at home, at work, or anywhere with an Internet connection.


Certificate of Completion

All units include a short and simple online multiple choice assessment which participants are required to complete in order to earn 12.5 Formal CPD hours and receive a Certificate of Completion.


Unlimited Video and Text Access

The video and text material are accessible online through the Internet, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Once enrolled, you will have unlimited online access to the material. Our fully flexible CPD program allows you to complete your CPD requirements at your own pace. There is no set completion date or time limit. You can start your Module and complete it anytime you want!


Cost

$245.00 AUD - Only one payment of $245.00 AUD (includes GST). No ongoing subscriptions! No monthly commitments!


Complete your formal CPD hours in 3 easy steps

1. Purchase the module and start anytime.
2. Complete the learning activities.
3. Complete the multiple-choice assessments and earn 12.5 hours of formal CPD.

If you have any questions, please contact us.

New and Revised Module: Available 15th May 2017


 

Last modified: Saturday, 8 April 2017, 2:05 PM