Dr Ruth Harker is the conference and finance director for the British College of Aesthetic Medicine. She has been a GP with special interest in dermatology
and has been a dermatology hospital practitioner performing minor surgery for many years. She is medical director of the Erme Clinic.
Dr Ruth Harker provides her advice to doctors and nurses involved in minor surgery in aesthetic practice, explaining ‘the good, the bad and the ugly’
Dr Ruth Harker explores the use of sutures in patients over 60 for a non-surgical neck lift and shares her experience performing this procedure
Dr Ruth Harker argues why she believes dermatology training is essential in aesthetic practice and why many practitioners need to become better educated