PRIMARY CARE DERMATOLOGY AND SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS


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[[welcome_to]] PRIMARY CARE DERMATOLOGY AND ST's !!

Primary Care Dermatology Modules covers common and tropical dermatological conditions and sexually transmitted infections. The sessions feature interactive elements, such as photos, case studies to reinforce learning and understanding. Using scenario-based exercises, you can review how to take a dermatological history, identify the right questions to ask and make a diagnosis in a virtual consulting room.

                                                   INTERACTIVE TEACHING MODULES AND SCHEDULE

MODULES

TOPICS

DURATION

 

Module  1

Introduction

Skin diseases in perspective

Impact of skin diseases

Week  1

 

Module  2

The function and structure of the skin

Anatomy and physiology  of the skin

Week  2

 

Module  3

History taking in dermatology

History

Examination

Terminology of lesions

Physical examination

Types of skin lesions

Special tools and techniques

Assessment

Side-room and office tests

Week  3

 

Module  4

Topical treatments

Emollients

Bath additives/shower gels

Shampoos

Shampoos

Barrier preparations

Depigmenting agents

Sunscreens and sunblocks

Antipruritics

Antiperspirants

Keratolytics

Steroids

Steroid combinations

Preparations for use in the mouth

Topical immunomodulators

Antibacterial preparations

Antifungal preparations

Antiviral preparations

Wart treatments

Preparations for treatment of scabies

Preparations for treatment of pediculosis

Preparations for acne

Preparations for rosacea

Week 4

 

Module  5

Systemic medication

Antibacterials

Antifungals

Antivirals

Antihistamines

Anti-androgens

Immunosuppressants

Corticosteroids

Retinoids

Drugs acting on the central nervous system

Miscellaneous

Week 5

 

Module  6

Psoriasis And The Other Papulosquamous Disorders

Lichen planus

Psoriasis

Pityriasis rubra pilaris

Pitirisis  rosea

Week 6

 

Module  7

Eczema and inflammatory dermatosis

Eczema

Exogenous eczema

Acute weeping eczema

Subacute eczema

Allergic contact dermatitis

Occupational dermatitis

Atopic eczema

Seborrhoeic eczema

Discoid eczema

Pompholyx /dishytrotic eczema

Gravitational (stasis) eczema

Asteatotic eczema

Localized neurodermatitis (lichen simplex )

Juvenile plantar dermatosis

Napkin (diaper) dermatitis

Prurigo nodularis

 

Week 7

Module  8

Reactive erythemas and vasculitis

Urticaria (hives, ‘nettle-rash’)

Hereditary angioedema

Erythema multiforme

Week 8

 

Module  9 

Sebaceous and sweat gland disorders

Acne vulgaris

Rosacea

Hyperhidrosis

Hypohidrosis and anhidrosis

Suppurative hidradenitis (apocrine acne)

 

 

Module  10

Regional dermatology

Pseudofolliculitis Barbae

Acne keloidalis

The hair

The nails

The mouth and genitals

Week 9

 

Module  11

Infections

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trichomycosis axillaris

Pitted keratolysis

Erythrasma

Folliculitis

Mpetigo

Furunculosis (boils)

Carbuncle

Scalded skin syndrome

Streptococcal infections

Spirochaetal infections

Mycobacterial infections

Leishmaniasis

Viral infections

Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (aids)

Fungal infections superficial and deep fungal infections

Week 10

 

 

 

Module  12

Infestations

Insect bites

Bed bugs (Hemiptera)

Myiasis

Lice infestations (pediculosis)

Pubic lice

Scabies

Onchocerciasis

Filariasis

Larva migrans

Week 11

 

Module  13

sexually transmitted infections(STIS)

introduction

Relationship between STIS and HIV

Approaches to STI Case Management

Diagnosis and Treatment Of STI Syndromes

STIS in Children and Adolescents

STIS Management in MARPS

Week 12

Module 14

Drug eruptions

Non-allergic drug reactions

Allergic drug reactions

Week 14

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