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Clinical Treatment Series – Hair

14 May 2024 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm AEST


Hair loss is a common presentation to Australian GPs and GP registrars. It is often the first sign of serious systemic disease and may carry with it a heavy psychological burden.

This workshop will ensure that practitioners are well-positioned to diagnose hair loss early and initiate timely treatment, improving patients’ long-term outcomes. 

This workshop is developed and delivered by specialist dermatologist,  Dr Jane Li and facilitated by GP, Dr Laxmi Iyengar.

Topics covered in this session are:

  • Outline fundamental hair anatomy and physiology
  • Review the pathophysiology of the different types of alopecia and how they may present on trichoscopic hair and scalp examination
  • Treatment options for alopecia

Submit your cases

Do you have intriguing case studies related to hair loss that you'd like to discuss during our upcoming workshop session? We invite you to share your experiences with us! We want to hear from you whether it's a challenging diagnosis, a unique presentation, or an interesting treatment outcome. Send us your case studies along with a concise description and an accompanying image by clicking the button below.

Dr Jane Li

Dr Laxmi Iyengar 

Dr Laxmi Iyengar is a GP and Education and Research Fellow at the Skin Health Institute. She is passionate about delivering evidence-based medical education for all medical professionals, promoting health equity and fostering interprofessional collaboration.


The Skin Health Institute is a ACCRM CPD provider. This workshop is approved for one CPD hour.


Date & Time:

14 May @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm AEST



We are a registered charity and offer this session for free to our audience. If you would like to support future educational activities or research at the Institute, you can make a tax-deductible donation here:


Skin Health Institute

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