Aesthetic practitioners have been invited to attend two events held at the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) in April and May.
The first, taking place on April 18, will focus on innovations in managing complex wounds and challenging clinical scenarios. Worth six CPD points, the event will present the latest techniques and therapies for complex wound management.
Topics discussed will include: the growing challenge of wound care in the NHS and national strategy for improvement, the genetics and cell biology of wound inflammation and modulating the inflammatory response to prevent fibrosis, what’s new and exciting in wound care, discussing biological dressings and other approaches.
The second event is titled Abdomen and Perineum – aren’t they connected? Worth 12 CPD points, the meeting will take place on May 16 and 17. The RSM explains that an expert panel will showcase the latest innovative techniques in abdominal wall and perineal reconstruction, while exploring the controversial area of perianal and vaginal aesthetic and functional rejuvenation.
Speakers will present on a number of topics, including: invasive liposculpting of the abdomen with and without abdominoplasty, vulva and labial dermatology conditions and treatment options, gender reassignment: male to female, and the biomechanics of pregnancy’s effect on the abdominal wall and soft tissue.
Bursary places are available for nurses, students and trainees. For more information visit the RSM website.