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Basic skin cancer triage for teaching melanoma detection. Weinstock MA1, Goldstein MG, Dubé CE, Rhodes AR, Sober AJ.
The impact of the basic skin cancer triage curriculum on provider's skin cancer control practices. Mikkilineni R1, Weinstock MA, Goldstein MG, Dube CE, Rossi JS.
population makes an average of 1. 7 visits to a primary care doctor annually. 4 Thus, it is important that the development of certain skin cancer control measures be tailored to the primary care setting. Skin cancer early detection by PCPs has been limited in the past by low confidence and lack of training. 5 The Basic Skin Cancer Triage.
Primary care providers (PCPs) are in the unique position of being able to deliver preventive health care services to the majority of the general population. Early detection of skin cancer may reduce mortality, but many PCPs do not participate in skin cancer control activities due to lack of training and confidence. We sought to evaluate the effect of a 2-h, Basic Skin Cancer Triage.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Primary care physicians (PCPs) are uniquely positioned to detect melanoma. Effective educational interventions targeted at PCPs may improve early melanoma detection. A previous in-person Basic Skin Cancer Triage (BSCT) 2-hour course demonstrated significant short-term improvement in provider practices, attitudes, ability, confidence, and knowledge. We conducted a randomized trial to test the efficacy of the BSCT course implemented as a web-based learning program, compared to a similar (control) web-based course on weight assessment.
Basic skin cancer triage for teaching melanoma detection? Martin A Weinstock x Martin A Weinstock Search for articles by this author.
Training in basic skin cancer triage can improve primary care providers' practice of skin cancer control measures The incidence of melanoma, a deadly form of skin cancer, and deaths associated with it have increased over the past few decades. The average American makes 1. 7 visits to a primary care provider (PCP) each year, offering an opportunity to prevent skin cancer. Early detection of skin cancer by PCPs has been limited in the past by low confidence and lack of training.