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Each month, Guidelines puts one clinical area under the spotlight. This month, we focus on dermatology, bringing you presentations from Guidelines Live 2021 by Dr Angelika Razzaque and Dr Tim Cunliffe.

Dr Angelika Razzaque’s presentation focuses on the latest guidance for primary care practitioners treating acne, covering updated NICE guidance.

Dr Tim Cunliffe’s presentation covers the assessment and treatment of skin lesions in primary care, with an in-depth discussion of dermoscopy and how to do it properly.

Following the amazing reaction from delegates last year, we look forward to welcoming you to ExCeL London for Guidelines Live 2022 on 22–23 November. For more information and to book, go to guidelineslive.co.uk.

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About the speakers


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Dr Angelika Razzaque

Dr Angelika Razzaque is a salaried GP in Lewisham and has a special interest in dermatology, working as a Speciality Doctor in Dermatology at King’s College Hospital and for the community dermatology service in the North Lewisham primary care network. She is an Executive Committee Member of the Primary Care Dermatology Society (PCDS). 

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Dr Tim Cunliffe

Dr Tim Cunliffe is a GP with Extended Roles (GPwER) in Dermatology and Skin Surgery. Tim is employed by South Tees NHS Hospitals Foundation Trust, where he works as the lead for skin cancer in the department of dermatology. 

Tim is the Executive Chair of the PCDS, and developed the program for the National Accreditation of Dermatology GPwERs along with the Royal College of GPs and British Association of Dermatologists.

Other activities include working with national organisations such as NICE, the Department of Health, and the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency on various dermatology initiatives. 

Tim is a huge advocate for upskilling primary healthcare professionals in dermatology, and is the author of pcds.org.uk, the fastest growing dermatology website in the world.

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