Global pharmaceutical company Allergan has announced its new manifesto to establish a new gold standard in aesthetic medicine.
The company hosted a roundtable debate at CCR conference, where they established three E’s as areas for improvement; educate, elevate and empower.
The roundtable discussion featured Allergan’s associate vice president UK and Ireland country manager Nancy Ghattas, Allergan faculty, surgeon and aesthetic practitioner
Miss Sherina Balaratnam, nurse prescriber and Aesthetics editorial board member Sharon Bennett, aesthetic practitioner and director of education and training of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine Dr Kathleen Long and beauty editor at large, Francesca White.
Allergan explains that the panellists were in firm consensus to improve not only consumer safety, but also protect the reputation of medical aesthetics as a whole through thorough practitioner training, improving and ring-fencing patient safety standards and arming consumers with the information required to make informed decisions.