The MASCED Educational Accreditation Programme has been developed by national melanoma and skin cancer charity, Skcin for
As a health professional who sees my clients regularly and treats the body covering areas that you may not be able to see yourself, this puts me in a unique position. I annually take the MASCED skin surveillance training to learn how to identify suspicious lesions. It’s not for me to diagnose but increasing my knowledge could help spot something suspicious and give some sound advice for getting it checked out.
These free downloads and resources to use at home include:
Sun-Safety and Skin Cancer-Booklet A 20 page pocket sized booklet all about UV, skin cancer prevention and early detection
Self Examination Body-Mapping-Chart – Keep a record of any changes to your skin with this handy body mapping chart with skin surveillance tips