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Examining trainee awareness of dermatoses and dermatological assessments during acute admissions (A quality improvement project)


Abstract Studies demonstrate 67% of elderly patients can have dermatoses, which could result in functional and psychological consequences. Elderly presentations are further complicated by comorbidities and polypharmacy. This combined with limited dermatology training at undergraduate and postgraduate levels creates diagnostic challenges. This project investigated dermatology assessments by trainees using the Trust’s acute medical…

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