Paper accepted for publication in the Australasian Journal of Dermatology on Metvix Daylight Phototherapy treatment. Dr See was lead investigator and A/Prof Shumack was a co-investigator on this trial. Both doctors have been active in training other medical practitioners on this treatment regime. This treatment is a non-surgical therapy for actinic keratoses.
A/Prof Stephen Shumack and Dr Jo-Ann See will attend the World Congress of Dermatology in Vancouver (8-13 June). Dr See is presenting on the latest Non-surgical treatments of skin cancers, Metvix Daylight Phototherapy.
From the 16th – 19th May 2015, Dermatologists and nurses from this practice will be attending this meeting in Adelaide. There will be limited appointments available in this practice during that week.
Both A/Prof Stephen Shumack and Dr Jo-Ann See will be giving presentations and chairing sessions during the meeting.
Dr Sue Ng will be on maternity leave from Monday 8th June. She plans to return to work approximately Monday 12th October. If you are due for follow up appointments during this time, please call to book an appointment shortly before or after this period.
If required one of the other Dermatologists will be available to see you during the time she is away.
When Dr Ng returns to work she will initially only be open for morning sessions.
This practice will be closed over the Easter long weekend from 5pm Thursday 2nd April and will reopen on Tuesday 7th April at 8am.
A/Prof Stephen Shumack and Dr Jo-Ann See will be attending the American Academy of Dermatology 73rd Annual meeting in San Francisco in late March 2015. Both A/ Prof Shumack and Dr See are members of the Academy.
Dr See is attending lectures on acne, rosacea, skin cancer and recent updates.
Dr Jo-Ann See recently attended the Asian Acne Board meeting in Hong Kong.
This board explores the trends in treatment of acne and skin care in a variety of countries throughout Asia.
Dr See’s presentation focused on Adult acne in Asians
Due to the ongoing Police operations and resulting exclusion zone in place in the Sydney CBD, Central Sydney Dermatology will remain closed until Wednesday 17th December.
Practice staff will contact persons who had appointments booked for Tuesday 16th December on Wednesday 17th or Thursday 18th December to rebook their appointments.
Please be patient, Dermatologists and staff at Central Sydney Dermatology are working to organize alternative times for your appointments.
A/Prof Stephen Shumack is currently on leave and will return to the practice on 9th October 2014. If any of his patients have queries about their treatment in the next week, one of our other Dermatologists or Registered Nurses’ will be happy to assist