A January roundup of the latest news and events from the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses
International pharmaceutical company Galderma invited five aesthetic practitioners from Taiwan to travel to London to take part in the Advanced Facial Anatomy Teaching course, held by Dalvi Humzah Aesthetic Training (DHAT).
The Oculo-Facial Aesthetic Academy (OFAA) ran a cadaver wet-lab course at King's College in London on October 7.
London Medical Education Academy (LMEDAC) has announced new dates for its hands-on cadaver training course.
Aesthetics reports on the highlights from the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses Autumn Conference
Oculo-Facial Aesthetic Academy (OFAA) has introduced a new course that aims to educate delegates on the management of filler complications by dissolution with hyaluronidase.
The London Medical Education Academy (LMEDAC) ran its first 'Dissect and Inject' training course in June.
On Friday 9 June, oculoplastic surgeon Mrs Sabrina Shah-Desai ran a course on fillers, advising on the anatomical basis of restoration and rejuvenation of the male and female facial profile using non–surgical injectable filler treatments.
A roundup of the latest news and events from the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses
The British Association of Body Sculpting (BABS) held its first live anatomy workshop for cosmetic surgeons at King's College London on May 19.