The International Association for Prevention of Complications in Aesthetic Medicine (IAPCAM) will host a symposium in September to educate practitioners further about the management and prevention of complications for medical aesthetic treatments.
The symposium, which will be the associations’ first, will feature a group of national and international cosmetic doctors, dermatologists, surgeons, nurses and dentists who will provide their advice through live presentations and demonstrations.
The symposium will be chaired by IAPCAM founder Dr Beatriz Molina and co-chaired by Mr Paul Banwell. Dr Molina said, “The IAPCAM will be great to get all the different specialists collaborating together to try to standardise the management of complications for best practice. I am sure that after attending this symposium, delegates will be more confident in the management of the different issues, particularly when serious complications occur during treatment of their patients.”
Dr Molina added, “This is the first ever symposium to deliver guidelines on management of complications as well as demonstrating on live patients how to inject hyaluronidase. We will also cover other complications from lasers and chemical peels.”
The IAPCAM symposium will take place on September 22 at the Church House Conference Centre in Westminster, London. A website will be launching soon, where practitioners interested in attending may receive further information.