Epidemiologist warns of GP skills shortage as melanoma rates expected to rise

By Clancy Balen
Updated May 23 2022 - 3:51am, first published 3:49am
UPSKILL: Sunsmart program cancer prevention officer Ashlee Walker and The Hub skin cancer doctor. Picture: Phillip Biggs

A national medical congress has warned that Australia is facing a skills shortage to deal with the predicted rise in melanoma rates over the next 20 years.