Dr Steve Karagiannis is an Australian GP and Skin Cancer Doctor with special interest and training in Early Skin Cancer Detection. He is a member of the Skin Cancer College of Australasia and his approach to skin checks is quite simple – if you are worried that your mole or skin lesion could be a cancer, then you should be seen and treated in the community within a few days. He divides his time between running his various SkinCheck Clinics, working as a GP in Dublin and returning a couple of times a year to Australia to complete further training in early skin cancer detection in order to maintain and improve his clinical skills. He recently completed Advanced Dermatoscopy and Histopathology training and attended the World Congress of Dermoscopy and Skin Imaging in April 2015 where the latest developments in early skin cancer detection were presented and discussed by Dermatologists and GPs from all over the globe. In December 2015 he completed further training in Dermoscopy and Malignant Melanoma in the USA which was run by the well known Mayo Clinic. Rest assured, Dr Steve maintains and updates his clinical skills on a regular basis.  He is currently undertaking a Professional Diploma of Dermoscopy through the University of Queensland and HealthCert which will be completed in April 2017.

Professional Diploma of Dermoscopy– University of QLD, Australia – currently undertaking

Certificate in Primary Care Skin Cancer Therapeutics– Melbourne, February 2016

10th Annual Practical Course in Dermoscopy and Update on Malignant Melanoma– Mayo Clinic, USA, December 2015

4th World Congress of Dermoscopy and Skin Imaging– Vienna, April 2015

Certificate in Advanced Dermatoscopy and Histopathology Melbourne, February 2015

Certificate in the Prevention and Early Detection of Skin Cancer in General Practice– Melbourne, August, 2014

Advanced Dermatoscopy Course– London, September 2014

International Short Course in Dermoscopy– Graz, Austria, July 2014

Certificate in Primary Care Skin Cancer Medicine– Melbourne, Feb 2014

Certificate in Dermoscopy– Cardiff, September 2012

SSCA – Member of Skin Cancer College Australasia

FRACGP – Fellow of the Australian College of General Practitioners

MICGP – Member of the Irish College of General Practitioners

MRCGP – Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners, UK

ECAM – Member of the European College of Aesthetic Medicine

PCSA – Member of the Primary Care Surgical Association of Ireland