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Providing Excellence in Skin of Colour Education


Globalisation has led to a change in UK demographics resulting in an ethnic makeup of 81.7% white and 18.3% non-white (2021, England and Wales). Dermatology training needs to adapt to our ever-changing multi-ethnic society to keep its practitioners safe and relevant.

Our mission at Skin Of Colour Training UK is to equip those who see and treat skin conditions to do so expertly, regardless of its colour, through excellence in skin of colour education and training and by joining our global colleagues in advancing skin of colour research.


Conference Features

The SOCTUK annual conferences serve as a platform for dermatologists and healthcare professionals to enhance their confidence in managing skin conditions in patients with skin of colour. Through specialized training and resources, tailored to the unique needs of SOC patients, SOCTUK promotes effective care and dermatologic health equity.

Earn up to 8 CPD points from our conference and events

Expand your cultural competence in your practice

In accordance with the latest dermatology curriculum

Live and direct expertise from global professionals 

Membership Features

The SOCTUK masterclass series offers in-depth exploration of popular dermatologic topics by renowned global experts, pioneers in their fields. Through the provision of cutting-edge updates on diagnostic, therapeutic, and cosmetic treatment best practices for dermatologic conditions in skin of colour populations, we invite you to join our membership.

Extended early bird rates for conferences

50% discount on attendance 
at online masterclasses

Unlimited access to
masterclasses for three months

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Latest Events

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Coming soon

AUGUST | Nail Disorders in Skin of Colour

Annual SOCTUK Conference

Explore our previous conferences below.

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