A weekly round-up of online education and webinars in aesthetics
Distribution company Wigmore Medical has announced changes to its training programme for skincare range ZO Skin Health, in response to COVID-19.
The British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM) has sent its members guidance on reopening their clinics based on the legal opinion of a QC working in public law.
A certificate for one of the most read papers in Lasers in Medicine and Surgery has been presented to the authors of an article on thermal fractional skin rejuvenation system Tixel.
Laser manufacturer Cynosure has launched its new online aesthetics educational platform, Cynosure University.
On March 6, Thames Skin Clinic opened its doors to journalists and practitioners for its spring launch event.
New educational content from the UK’s leading medical aesthetic companies has been confirmed for the Aesthetics Conference and Exhibition (ACE) on March 13 and 14.
On January 29, The Private Clinic invited journalists to Asia House for a “trends and innovations” breakfast panel event, in light of itstheir recent study surveying 650 patients.
A study conducted by Reichrath et al, and published in Anticancer Research, has suggested that there is no evidence to demonstrate a relationship between moderate solarium use and melanoma.
The British Association of Sclerotherapists (BAS) has released its speakers and topics for its 2020 conference, which will take place on May 19.