The British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM) has launched its first digital conference, which will be held online throughout September 14-19.
The association explains that delegates will be able to access pre-recorded and live sessions, which will cover topics such as: complications, body and wellness, women’s health, skin of colour, mental health and COVID-19.
Speakers for the event are yet to be confirmed.
Dr Uliana Gout, BCAM president commented, “We are proud to steer and lead the UK aesthetic medicine specialty and our Virtual 2020 Conference will be showcasing the latest concepts, trends and regulatory developments within the last year, especially with recent COVID-19 events in mind. We are grateful to all our trustees, members and business partners for all their support in bringing this Virtual Conference together. It has been a fantastic team effort!”