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In the spirit of reconciliation, CheckUP acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

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Collaborating to combat Queensland’s silent killer

Located in the heart of Western Queensland, Eulo is little more than a pub and a general store, an outback oasis set on the banks of the Paroo river. Eulo is home to just over 90 residents.

CheckUP engages The Royal Flying Doctors Service (RFDS) to assist in the delivery of the Skin Cancer Early Detection Outreach program. The RFDS travel to the five priority locations across Queensland, operating skin cancer clinics for those that would otherwise have to travel hundreds of kilometres for specialist skin cancer assessment and treatment, improving the health equity of regional, rural and remote Queenslanders.

Recently the CheckUP team joined the Royal Flying Doctor Service on a trip to Eulo to observe the new skin cancer clinic that was opened as a part of CheckUP’s Skin Cancer Early Detection service. During the trip, our team spoke with Eulo residents and the RFDS healthcare team involved in delivering the service. Watch the video below to witness why the SCED program is important to those living in remote areas and how small towns, like Eulo have benefited.

We would like to thank the RFDS for giving the CheckUP team the opportunity to attend the Eulo visit.

Register now for the Skin Cancer Early Detection Upskilling Workshops

Are you a GP working in rural, regional, or remote QLD? Attend one of CheckUP’s FREE Skin Cancer Early Detection Upskilling Workshops in Mount Isa, Roma, Mackay, Rockhampton, or Townsville.

An introduction to practical skin cancer medicine and surgery, workshops will feature a core theory session followed by a hands-on practical session. Covering topics such as:

  • Basics of dermoscopy – diagnosing common skin lesions and sampling lesions effectively.
  • Practicing surgical procedures – including curettes, shave and punch biopsies, elliptical excision planning and closure, suturing: basic interrupted, deep dermal, pulley sutures and haemostatic stitch.
  • Case discussions – participants are welcome to bring their own cases to discuss.

Upon completion attendees will receive a Certificate of Attendance which can be used to claim CPD hours.

Workshops include complimentary lunch, morning tea, and afternoon tea.

Places are limited. Register now to secure your spot.

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