Welcome to the BSSCII Website

BSSCII’s purpose is to promote improved patient management and medical and scientific research that is relevant for skin diseases in immunocompromised individuals including organ transplant recipients, those on long term immunosuppresive medications, haematological conditions and HIV infection.

Covid-19/New Coronavirus:

Dermatological conditions treated with drugs affecting the immune response – updated by NICE April 2021

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​Dermatology advice regarding immunosuppressed patients from British Association of Dermatologists

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Public Health England Guidance for Immunosuppressed Individuals

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BAD expert consensus guidelines for skin cancer surveillance in solid organ transplant recipients  

BSSCII are pleased to have confirmed a panel to agree on a national experts’ consensus guideline for skin cancer surveillance in solid organ transplant patients. Please click on the following link for further information.  

Work in Progress


BSSCII: Update on Skin Diseases in Immunocompromised Patients

Thursday 12th May 2022

Willan House, London

Online access to the meeting is available until 15th June 2022 by registering



Membership is open to all medically and scientifically qualified individuals with an interest in skin disease in immunocompromised individuals. Click here to find out more.


This website enables professionals and patients to collaborate in order to improve services. If there is any material you think the membership would find useful and you would like to share, please use the Contact Page to get in touch.

Patient Information

BSSCII provides a great resource of patient Information.
Please take time to explore the site.