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The 2023 Skin of Colour Training UK Meeting

Virtual Conference - 26th & 27th January 2023

Welcome to the Skin of Colour Training UK Meeting 2023


We are delighted to welcome you to the 3rd instalment of the Skin of Colour Training Day which will be taking place virtually once again. 


As is customary, we tailor the content of our meetings to map the Dermatology Training Syllabus as well as your feedback from previous meetings; so please keep telling us what you would like to see!


The Skin of Colour Training (SOCT) UK meeting is now on the Health Education England’s list of approved courses and may be covered by your study budget.


As with the January 2022 meeting, it spans the last Thursday and Friday in January but we’ve added live workshops and are especially pleased to have Changing Faces join us for the Camouflage session. One of our aims is to encourage research and therefore we are calling for abstracts on skin of colour. The entry criteria can be found here.

We have also included a brief survey as part of the registration process to help assess the efficacy of our courses.


There have been several new developments with SOCT UK. Firstly, we have changed our name to ‘Skin of Colour Training UK’, updated our logo, and more importantly launched our very own website:


The SOCTUK website aims to provide more ways to interact with us and help you play your part in ensuring skin of colour is embedded within every day dermatological care.


Many thanks to Sanofi who has always been a strong supporter of SOCTUK as well as returning sponsors, Eucerin and La Roche Posay. AbbVie have kindly come alongside us this year to support teaching activities.


The committee has worked hard to deliver another outstanding meeting and we look forward to seeing you so please come along and say hello.

The Skin of Colour Training UK Team 


Dr. Marisa Taylor, Consultant Lead and Co-Founder

Dr. Dami Jagun, Trainee Lead and Co-Founder

Dr. Shahd Elamin, Secretary

Dr. Cher-Han Tan, Treasurer

Dr. Hannah Wainman, Website Content and Educational Lead

Dr. Dominique Dao, Social Media

Dr. Dijon Millette, Research Lead

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