A new not-for-profit organisation called the Complications in Medical Aesthetics Collaborative (CMAC) has been formed to support practitioners worldwide in diagnosing and managing complications in medical aesthetics.
The organisation aims to provide healthcare professionals with clinical support, develop and progress their ability to assess, diagnose and manage their patients with greater clinical independence and confidence.
The CMAC board includes aesthetic practitioner Dr Lee Walker, CMAC chair, aesthetic practitioner Dr Cormac Convery, CMAC vice chair, nurse prescriber Emma Davies, CMAC treasurer, and prescribing pharmacist Gillian Murray, CMAC secretary.
The organisation also has a multidisciplinary specialist advisory board with representations from plastic surgery, dermatology and ophthalmology.
Dr Walker said, “We are pleased to have assembled the CMAC to provide invaluable resources for members when it comes to complication management. It’s a chance for practitioners to be involved in a more holistic learning approach to understand the complication process and become more responsible and safe injectors. We have an amazing faculty on board and we are excited to start this new community and welcome new members.”