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Mater Pathology is pleased to offer a new Skin Cancer Surgical Audit program for GPs and referring clinicians to enhance their understanding of skin cancers suspect lesions, and improve their professional practice and patient outcomes through diagnostic feedback.
Participants will receive regular reports from Mater Pathology containing statistically relevant feedback about their individual practice, and comparing their results against peer groups and the wider GP cohort.
To take part in the program, participants must aim to submit 40 skin samples to Mater Pathology within three months.
* All forms and necessary documentation will be supplied upon successful enrolment
In addition to your patient diagnostic report, you will receive individual reports for benchmarking and reflection. These will include:
Individual tracking report – containing statistically relevant feedback about your own practise, including a diagnostic accuracy and sensitivity table. Outcomes presented in graphs and tables for easy interpretation.
Comparative tracking report – containing a range of data, tables and graphs to enable you to reflect on your own practice in comparison to those of your peer groups and the wider GP cohort.
The program is designed for doctors with an interest in skin cancers, however it is open to all clinicians who refer skin samples to Mater Pathology.
Upon completion, you'll receive a certificate outlining your approved CPD hours, to a maximum of 25 CPD hours.
If you are a RACGP member, these hours will be added to your online registration.
Throughout the program, participants will also have the opportunity to access Mater's expert team of pathologists and resources.
You will be required to:
Throughout the program, participants will also have the opportunity to access to Mater's expert team of pathologists and resources.
For more information, download the program overview or contact Mater Pathology via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07 3163 8500.
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