More details announced for ACE 2016 programme

01 Oct 2015

The Aesthetics Conference and Exhibition (ACE) steering committee has revealed further details of the educational programme for the 2016 event.

The Aesthetics Conference and Exhibition (ACE) steering committee has revealed further details of the educational programme for the 2016 event. To be held on Friday 15 and Saturday 16 of April in central London, ACE is set to remain the UK’s leading medical aesthetics conference and exhibition through its comprehensive clinical and business agendas, vast networking opportunities and high quality exhibitors. 

Chair of the steering committee consultant plastic surgeon Mr Dalvi Humzah, along with international speakers Dr Raj Acquilla and Dr Tapan Patel and chair of the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses, Sharon Bennett have joined with ACE conference programme organiser Amanda Cameron to provide 2016 delegates with an even more engaging agenda, packed full of CPD accredited education.

The steering committee has announced that the premium content Conference agenda will comprise eight modules, each centred on one key anatomical area. Sessions will include those focused on the peri-orbital area, forehead and temple, lower body, and peri-oral region, amongst others. Each module will feature multiple presentations from leaders in the field and will include discussions on relevant anatomy, assessment, treatment options with live demonstrations, and complication case studies. ACE 2016 will again feature the extremely popular live demonstration Expert Clinic agenda. With sponsored sessions already announced by Syneron Candela, Healthxchange, AestheticSource, Aestheticare, Skinceuticals, Rosmetics, BTL Aesthetics, Lynton Lasers and Fusion GT, the programme will also feature more than a dozen non sponsored ztreatment technique insights from the most successful practitioners. Also included in the Free Exhibition Pass will be in-depth sponsored Masterclass presentations showcasing best practice methods with the latest products, as well as invaluable guidance from experienced consultants in Business Track workshops. New for 2016 will be the Treatments on Trial sessions, to be held on Saturday 16, where delegates will have the unique opportunity to directly compare products and treatments with similar indications, in supplier head-to-head demonstrations and debates. With respected speakers including Dr Maria Gonzalez and Dr Daron Seukeran already confirming their participation in the clinical agenda, ACE will once again deliver unrivalled education for medical aesthetic professionals and those involved in aesthetic practice. Practical demonstrations will be mixed with anatomical video exploration along with presentations and discussions, covering the breadth of the specialty.

To register your interest and keep up to date with the latest developments and announcements, visit www.aestheticsconference.com


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