The dominant areas of study covered by The Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 are science and medicine. Attached to the university are the "Hospices
The Centre Hospitalier Lyon Sud is located in the south-west suburb of Lyon and treats patients from the Rhone-Alpes-Auvergne region (7,75 million inhabitants). It provides expertise in all disciplines – both medical and surgical – and offers a wide range of human, technical and logistical resources to ensure that they provide care, training, research, medical innovation as well as disease prevention and health education.
The program can be tailored individually to the participant’s special interests and activities may
- Sessions in consulting and theatre
- Full-body skin examinations, consultation, and dermoscopy
- Biopsy techniques (punch and shave)
- Cryotherapy, curettage, field treatments
- Ellipse and direct repair
- Flaps and grafts
Dr Luc Thomas
Professor and Chairman Department of Dermatology, Medical University of Lyon, France
Dr Luc Thomas was Board-certified in dermatology in 1989 at Lyon 1 University. He was trained as a post-doctoral fellow at Harvard Medical School in 1990 and 1991, and obtained his PhD degree at Lyon 1 University in 1993. He became full professor of dermatology in 1996, first class professor in dermatology in 2009, and Chairman of the Department of Dermatology of Lyon 1 University - Centre Hospitalier Lyon Sud in 2003. He obtained his Board certification in Clinical Oncology in 2013.
Luc’s main research fields include skin oncology, early diagnosis of melanoma, dermoscopy, skin surgery and nail diseases. He has published more than 400 peer-reviewed scientific articles in international journals, is the co-editor of four books published in several languages and co-author of more than 25 books. He has lectured at many international meetings, is an associate editor of Dermatology, a member of the board of the International Dermoscopy Society, a past member of the board and treasurer of the French Society of Dermatology from 2000 to 2003, and treasurer of the World Congress of Dermatology in Paris in 2002.
Dr Alice Phan
Dr Brigitte Balme
Department of Dermatology, Lyon 1 University, Centre Hospitalier Lyon Sud
Dr Nicolas Poulalhon
Dermato-Oncology and Genetics
Dr Olivier Béatrix
Dr Stébastien Debarbieux
Inflammatory Skin Diseases and Skin Manifestations of Internal Diseases
Dr Stéphane Dalle
Oncodermatology and Skin Lymphoma
Medical professionals can apply for a two-day or five-day program where they will experience first-hand the day-to-day operations and interactions of
Please note that we can’t guarantee any specific procedures due to the nature of clinical work and the type of patients seen on certain days.
Medical professionals must submit their application with their preferred dates at least one month prior to the program commencement date. HealthCert will contact the facility and arrange for the placement of the applicant at the host facility. Participants must commence the program latest six months after their application has been accepted.
Please note that approximately three to four months’ notice may be required to facilitate desired booking dates for clinical attachments outside Australia.
TRAVEL & STAY
Participants are expected to independently organise and fund their travel and accommodation throughout the duration of the program. The hosting facility will provide day time activities from 9am to 5pm during weekdays only.
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No assessment is required for this activity. However for members of the RACGP who wish to qualify for Category 1 CPD points certain records must be kept and session summaries completed. See the CPD section below.
For members of the RACGP these activities are considered as a “Supervised Clinical Attachment” activity which qualify for 40 Category 1 points. A list of the required information will be provided upon registration. The participant must complete these documents and submit them to the RACGP upon completion. This is a self-submitted activity. HealthCert will provide a “Certificate of Clinical Attachment - International” to confirm completion of the activity. For members of the ACRRM, these activities qualify for 2 PRPD points per hour.