The British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM) is holding its Virtual Annual Conference in September.
The event will focus on the future of aesthetic medicine post COVID-19 with presentations, panel discussions and wellbeing sessions. Lecture topics include transgender considerations in modern day aesthetic treatments, rejuvenation using radiofrequency in combination with skincare, and innovations in eye rejuvenation.
Speakers at the event include aesthetic practitioners Dr Nina, Bal, Dr Victoria Manning, Dr Sophie Shotter, Dr Vincent Wong, Dr Charlotte Woodward, consultant ophthalmologist and oculoplastic surgeon Dr Elizabeth Hawkes, founder of ACE Group World and aesthetic practitioner Dr Martyn King, and founder of the International Association for Prevention of Complications in Aesthetic Medicine Dr Beatriz Molina.
BCAM president Dr Uliana Gout said, “We are so thrilled to be launching the second BCAM virtual conference after leading the way last year with our first virtual event. Having a record-breaking number of delegates register last year, we are excited to continue this journey for 2021. We have embraced the virtual arena and connectivity with members and colleagues is crucial to BCAM, especially during COVID-19. We are excited that BCAM is leading the way in aesthetic medicine.”
The event will take place on September 10-11. You can register through the BCAM website.