Corporate Full-Body Mole Mapping in Ireland: Get Special Package Discounts by Rose Clinic

Posted March 19, 2024 by roseclinic

Since the Irish Cancer Society has identified outdoor workers as being at high risk of skin cancer, or melanoma, moles could be a vital lead for diagnosis.

The Health Service Executive (HSE) Ireland, under its “SunSmart” campaign, operated through the National Cancer Control Programme, offered a systematic “literature review” on the risk of skin cancer in people with outdoor occupations in Ireland. Fitzpatrick skin types I and II, which are prevalent in the majority of Irish people, may make them more prone to burning in the sun than tanning. Burning is susceptible to UV damage, which raises the risk of skin cancer. 

Ireland’s National Cancer Registry now places melanoma at the fifth rank of the most prevalent and invasive type of cancer on the island. With a record-high mortality rate, the NCRI estimated anywhere up to 11,000 skin cancer diagnoses to be carried out annually between 2015 and 2045. In contrast to the prevalence of incidences, over 89% of patients who receive an early diagnosis go on to survive for at least five years. 

Mole screening is a proven and reliable way to diagnose skin cancer, notably melanoma, at its early stage. On that account, the Rose Clinic has extended its corporate packages for mole screening in Cork County to contribute to the distribution of knowledge and resources to local industries that are vulnerable to the issues of occupational skin cancer. Now the clinic is offering “discount rates” for corporate groups that visit their clinics to make it easier to avail of.
“We are offering mole checks via digital dermoscopy, which is the most advanced form of non-invasive melanoma detection,” said one of the doctors associated with the Rose Clinic at a medical convention. “The procedure is quite expensive as it gets, so we are offering useful discounted rates for all corporate groups visiting any of our clinics for a full-body screening,” announced the doctors. 

Occupational skin cancer is a growing concern in Ireland. Digital dermoscopy has an excellent capacity to detect different types of melanoma, which is now a proven technique for identifying minute characteristics of the disease that may not be otherwise visible or show up in any other form of diagnosis. With the strategic products and services offered by thoughtful medical institutes like the Rose Clinic, there could be greater availability of preventive and management care in the country. 
What Is Mole Mapping? 
It is a dermatological procedure to systematically photograph and scan lesions and moles. It is usually recommended when there are a large number of moles or "nevi,” in one’s body, greater than 30-50. 

Rose Clinic performs full-body mole checks in a comprehensive examination for patients who have over 50 lesions in their bodies. For fewer lesions, say, 20-30, a digital dermoscopy is carried out for the specific lesions. 

The clinic uses the most advanced digital imaging technology, which uses AI-based layered screening. The location, shape, size, colour and overall cellular structure of the moles are all vital points to assess their malignancy or the amount of risk they bear. 
How Do The Rose Clinic’s Corporate Mole-Checking Sessions Work? 
Based in Cork County, the Rose Clinic is among the most reputed institutions to offer digital dermoscopy for mole mapping in Ireland, with multiple clinics in Cork, Limerick, Carlow and Dublin. Their “corporate packages" are tailored according to the needs of groups and available in on-site and in-clinic sessions for up to 20 patients who could be enrolled in a day. 

The clinic is offering full-body digital mole screening in Cork as their most comprehensive service. The procedure covers a head-to-toe skin and mole check, combined with a physical examination for rapid diagnosis. They are also offering digital dermoscopy for specific lesions for those who don’t wish to attend the full-body screening. The corporate packages are available for onsite and in-clinic appointments that work as follows: 

• Onsite Mole Checks & Skincare Assessment in Cork 
After the initial consultation with the Rose Clinic administrative team, an on-site appointment is fixed based on the location, number of patients, and overall risk profile. The mole screening cost is based on all these parameters and the session will be pre-booked. On the day of the assessment, a melanogaster will attend the workplace with their team and equipment. Up to 20 individuals can be assessed in a single day and up to three lesions of concern. If there are more participants, the assessment will be covered in consecutive days. For on-site assessments, the medical team will require a well-lit room and high-speed internet, which the corporate entity has to arrange. 

• In-Clinic 
The in-clinic sessions are the most worthwhile since patients can get the best environment from the clinic’s well-lit rooms and approachable assistance. Corporate teams can visit the clinic and get their diagnosis without any liability. Moreover, avail of discounted rates on packages that are especially applicable for visiting groups. 

It takes about 2 weeks for the reports to come, and the administrators at Rose Clinic will get back to you with a phone call and email with the reports and further recommendations, if any. 

Mole Checks with Skin Health Assessment 
Rose Clinic also offers clinical procedures for skin care in Cork, Galway, Limerick and all other locations. Prioritising skin health and aesthetic well-being, skin health assessments are conducted using advanced facial scanning equipment like the sophisticated Observ 520x, carried out by an expert aesthetician. Internal skin damage that may not yet be visible on the skin's outer layers can be addressed during the procedure. This is a preventive measure to protect and improve the health of the skin. 

Book Your Corporate Package for Mole Checks in Ireland 
While over 82% of people have heard about melanoma, only 16% have heard about BCC, and 10% are familiar with SCC. The majority of patients cannot physically identify skin cancer symptoms by themselves; however, 83% responded positively to seeing a doctor if they spotted an unusual mole. Professional and public recognition of skin cancer risks is crucial to improving prevention and intervention techniques. 

The SunSmart Framework, promoted by the Irish Cancer Society, is planning a proper cancer prevention methodology, spreading education and awareness and creating corporate policies sun protection. 
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Last Updated March 19, 2024