In this very popular episode we were joined by Belinda Longhurst where we covered the latest for treating onychomycosis and plantar warts, and talked about pseudoscience within Dermatology and how and why aqueous cream and tea tree oil really have no place whatsoever in modern day evidence informed practice.
We also covered some clinical gems such as a checklist for spotting malignant lesions, how the lions share of what appears to be anhidrosis may well be fungal and much more!
About Belinda Longhurst:
Belinda qualified as a Chiropodist from the Sheffield Institute of Chiropodists and Podiatrists in 2003, Belinda then studied for a higher degree and graduated from the University of Southampton in 2007, where she was awarded a first-class BSc (Hons) degree in Podiatry, with a distinction in clinical practice.
Belinda has worked as a private practitioner since 2003 and was also employed as an NHS Podiatrist at Andover War Memorial Hospital post-graduation. She acts as peer reviewer for a variety of professional journals and advisor for private health insurance patient information pages.
As a Member of the British Dermatological Nursing group, her area of special interest is podiatric dermatology and has frequently presented her published work at both national and international conferences.