The British College of Aesthetic Medicine is supporting The Aesthetic Medicine Congress (TAMC) which will take place in Dubrovnik, Croatia from October 19-21.
TAMC 2018 is expected to host around 200 delegates and will feature the latest clinical information, lectures and practical education in non-surgical aesthetics.
Dr Nikola Milojevic, TAMC organising and scientific committee president, explained that TAMC 2018 aims to bring together leading scientists, researchers and practitioners to share their experiences in aesthetic medicine. Delegates include UK-based speakers Dr Paul Myers, Dr Tapan Patel, Dr Rita Rakus and Dr Sherif Wakil, as well as other international presenters.
“TAMC is a conference with an excellent array of renowned international speakers, some of whom are BCAM members, including Dr Nick Milojevic who is a key organiser,” said BCAM president Dr Paul Charlson, adding, “BCAM is looking for international partners to provide our members with good value academic events abroad, hence the partnership.”
Dr Milojevic added, “We are thrilled that BCAM recognised our efforts to provide educational and professional development activities and opportunities for doctors, to support research, and to collaborate with medical, academic and other institutions worldwide in the practice and advancement of aesthetic medicine. We believe that this is only the beginning of a strong collaboration.”