The Royal Society of Medicine is once again delighted to host the RSM Aesthetics conference, now in its 10th anniversary year in February 2018. The theme this year is:
Multidisciplinary, evidence-based and patient-centred aesthetics care
The structure of the meeting is to promote peer to peer interaction, and the involvement of both delegate and faculty to inform attendees at all levels of experience and seniority.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
RSM Aesthetics 10 poster prize sponsored by Harley Academy Ltd.
Submission for abstracts, of no more than 300 words based on multidisciplinary, evidence-based and/or patient-centred aesthetics care, is now open until Friday 5 January 2018.
The best abstracts will be selected to present a poster at the conference on Friday 23 February 2018.
The aim of this meeting is to bring together a multi-professional facility and delegate community to identify and discuss the best options for aesthetic clinical care.
Understand best practice in key areas of aesthetics care, by surgical and non–surgical therapies.
Learn specific techniques from authoritative clinicians for safe, effective outcomes.
To value the best principles of ethical marketing and practice growth, where patients are both clients who seek services and patients who seek better health and wellbeing.
Identify how practitioner–patient relationships might be strained, and to prevent adversarial professional break down in relationships.
Early bird rates
*Available until Monday 8 January 2018
RSM members: GBP 60 - GBP 150
Non-members: GBP 80 - GBP 190
RSM members: GBP 100 - GBP 230
Non-members: GBP 120 - GBP 270
Early bird AHP/Nurse/Midwife/Trainee: GBP 150,
Early bird Consultant/GP: GBP 190,
Early bird Student: GBP 80,
RSM Early bird Associate/Retired/Trainee: GBP 110,
RSM Early bird Fellow: GBP 150,
RSM Early bird Student: GBP 60,
Optional workshops: GBP 65,
Optional dinner: GBP 65
Speakers: Dr Jonathan Britto, Mr Jonathan Staiano, Mr Paul Banwell, Mr Paul Harris, Daniel Kolb, Dr Patrick Treacy, Dr Harryono Judodihardjo, Dr Johanna Ward, Miss Shannon Lister, Professor Ash Mosahebi, Dr Ivor Lim, Mr Adel Fattah, Mr Kenneth Graham, Dr Uliana Gout, Mr Magnus Boyd, Mrs Sabrina Shah Desai, Dr Hugues Cartier, Mr Naresh Joshi, Dr Niall Kirkpatrick, Dr Souphiyeh Samizadeh, Mr Lucian Ion, Dr David Fenton, Mr Norman Waterhouse