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The AISC Research Consortium engages all medical aspects of melanoma diagnostics and has initiated a string of developmental, clinical and otherwise essential studies to gather knowledge about the educational value and its effect on the patients.


Clinical Studies

AISC-GP RCT

Clinical study of the educational intervention on General Practitioners’ ability to diagnose skin and mole cancer, compared to clinical feedback

Study phase: Acquiring approvals
Recruiting: Not yet
Initiation Date: April 2022

AISC-SS Trial

Clinical trial on Skin Specialists, e.g. Dermatologists and Plastic Surgeons


Study Phase: Active
Recruiting: Yes
Initiation Date: March 2021

AISC-DAH Trial

Studying the impact of educating pathologists in diagnosing dermoscopic pictures and giving them access to dermoscopic and clinical pictures along with the histopathological slide on inter-rater-reliability

Study phase: Pilot trial initiated
Recruiting: Not yet recruiting
Initiation Date: Nov 2020

AISC-PGP Trial

Clinical trial of the DermLoop Learn educational intervention on Pre-residential General Practitioners.



Study phase: Requiring approvals
Recruiting: Not yet recruiting
Initiation Date: May 2022

AISC-GP LEARN Trial

Dose-Response study of simulation based training for General Practitioners’ accuracy in skin lesion diagnostics

Study phase: Recruiting
Initiation Date: November 2022


Developmental Studies and other projects

AISC-GPD Questionnaire

A cross-sectional survey on the extent of dermoscopy use among Danish general Practioners


Study Phase: Questionnaire refinement
Recruiting: Not yet
Initiation Date: Unknown

AISC-ERB Trial

Testing the best educational method and materials for melanoma recognition learning, using the DermLoop Learn module


Study Phase: Concluded
Initiation Date: June 2021

AISC-HV Trial

Exploring the reasons for AI and Human Expert diagnostic discrepancies



Study Phase: Data analysis
Initiation Date: February 2021

AISC-MT Study

A retospective analysis of the changes in the excised and biopsied skin lesions in Denmark through time. Has the trends for melanoma diagnostics changed since the 80’ies?


Study Phase: Protocol and permissions
Recruiting: Not yet
Initiation Date: April 2021

AISC-CB Analysis

A Cost-Benefit analysis on the DermLoop platform and intervention



Study Phase: Writing Protocol
Initiation Date: May 2022



Previous studies and trials

AISC-TV Study

Development and validation of a multiple-choice-questionnaire on doctors accuracy in skin and mole cancer diagnostics.



Study Phase: Published



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