New Zealand's 2018 Skin Cancer Symposium was a huge success; dermatologists, key opinion leaders, and experts from around the world met to discuss the latest in skin cancer early detection methods, dermoscopy, and how DermEngine can support these initiatives. The event was especially successful for the MetaOptima team, as it was perfect timing to offer a never-before seen exclusive deal for DermEngine. We can't wait for next year!
On April 28th, MetaOptima's Sales Director for Australia/New Zealand, Darren Antaki-Smith presented the latest tools of DermEngine at the Fundamental Dermatoscopy and Skin Cancer Medicine Symposium held at the North Shore Hospital in New Zealand. The symposium was a huge success, with our team greatly looking forward to next year's event!
At the symposium, Darren had the opportunity to present how DermEngine (intelligent dermatology software) can support a wide variety of practices with the usage of features such as Visual Search (powered by artificial intelligence/AI), teledermoscopy, clinical analytics, and total body photography. Additionally, as a one-time exclusive offer, we provided a promo code that offered attendees with 12 free months of DermEngine! We are happy to announce that we received fantastic feedback, with over 30% of members signing up for DermEngine!
Each year, New Zealand's Skin Cancer Symposium is an excellent way for the MetaOptima team to learn the latest news in the world of dermoscopy and melanoma, while discussing how the tools of our intelligent dermatology software can support medical professionals within their practice. With over 100 key opinion leaders and dermatologists, the Skin Cancer Symposium is an essential event for many medical professionals.
Doctors Chen Lou, Chris Boberg, Amanda Oakley, Andrew Macgill, & Cliff Rosendahl
As doctors we are often the first and sometimes the only ones to see our patient’s skin. But we have little training and hence most of us, little confidence in confidently diagnosing skin lesions. How can we improve our confidence? The best way without doubt is with training in dermatoscopy which will help you recognise skin cancers earlier and with greater precision. Traditional dermatoscopy teaching has been complicated and difficult. The Skin Cancer Symposium delivers world-class teaching by Professor Amanda Oakley, the founder of Dermnet and from Professor Cliff Rosendahl, the co-author of ‘Chaos and Clues’ and ‘Pigment without Prediction’, to break down dermatoscopy teaching into simple, easy to follow algorithms.
-The MetaOptima Team