RSM Aesthetics 10

Date

Friday 23 February 2018

Day

Venue Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE
Organised by

RSM Professionals

Accreditation

CPD - Applied for

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about this event

The Royal Society of Medicine is once again delighted to host the RSM Aesthetics conference, now in its 10th anniversary year. The theme this year is:

Multidisciplinary, evidence-based and patient-centred aesthetics care

The format will be short platform presentations, panel discussions, case presentations and clinical demonstrations to answer key questions in aesthetics care. 
The structure of the meeting is to promote peer to peer interaction, and the involvement of both delegate and faculty to inform attendees at all levels of experience and seniority. 

objectives

The aim of this meeting is to bring together a multi-professional faculty and delegate community to identify and discuss the best options for aesthetic clinical care.

  • To understand best practice in key areas of aesthetics care - surgical and non–surgical.
  • To learn specific techniques from authoritative clinicians for safe and effective outcomes.
  • To value the best principles of ethical marketing and practice growth - where the 'patient' is the 'client'.
  • To identify, avoid and manage breakdown in practitioner–patient relationships.

call for abstracts 

RSM Aesthetics 10 poster prize sponsored by Harley Academy Ltd. 

Submission for abstracts, of no more than 300 words based on multidisciplinary, evidence-based and/or patient-centred aesthetics care, is now open until Sunday 28 January 2018.

The best abstracts will be selected to present a poster at the conference on Friday 23 February 2018. The best poster will win the Aesthetics 10 prize - a free place for an advanced workshop at Harley Academy worth over £800.  

Price

Early bird rates
Available until Monday 8 January 2018
RSM members: £60 - £150
Non-members: £80 - £190

Standard rates
RSM members: £100 - £230
Non-members: £120 - £270

*Tickets include tea, coffee and lunch.

*Following registration you will be contacted appropriately by email with; your booking confirmation, feedback survey and attendance certificate. For full details of the RSM privacy policy, click here

Optional workshops

There will be two sets of workshops running concurrently with the main scientific conference. Each workshop will run for 45 mins - 1 hour and will cost an additional £65. Places are limited to 8 per workshop and can be booked online.
In order to attend the workshops you must be booked onto the conference. 

Please note, in order to attend these workshops you must have a GMC, GDC or NMC number and have a license to practice. You will be asked for your registration number after you have booked and this will be checked by a member of our team. If you do not meet the requirements your place will be cancelled. 

sponsors

We would like to thank Calecim for supporting this meeting. 

We would like to thank our exhibitors Aesthetic SourceArchidemia, Consultingroom.com Ltd, Harley Academy Ltd and Skinceuticals.

 

*Programme subject to change

agenda

7.45 am

Registration, tea and coffee

Calecim sponsored breakfast symposium (optional)

8.00 am

Cord Lining Stem Cell Technology: A breakthrough in Aesthetics. The next generation Cosmeceutical

Dr Mitchel Goldman, Clinical Professor of Dermatology at the University of California, San Diego

BRINGING THE PATIENT TO THE PRACTICE

Mr David Hicks, Chairman, Wigmore Medical, London and Mr Paul Banwell, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, McIndoe Surgical, Sussex

9.00 am

Welcome address and introduction

Miss Kaji Sritharan, Associate Dean, Royal Society of Medicine and Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Addenbrooke's Hospital and Mr Jonathan Britto, Meeting Organiser and Consultant Plastic Surgeon, London

9.10 am

Marketing is patient care

Mr Jonathan Staiano, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, The Staiano Clinic, Birmingham

9.20 am

Content Marketing - a theme for marketing medical practices

Ms Laura Peek, Founder, Storycode, London

9.30 am

Ethical marketing: All in the best possible taste

Mr Paul Harris, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, London

9.40 am

What patients want: Patient care in the digital hospital

Mr Daniel Kolb, Managing Director, Medbelle, London

9.50 am

Discussion

MAN AND MACHINE

Dr Patrick Treacy, Aesthetic Physician, Dublin, Ireland and Mr Raj Ragoowansi, Consultant Plastic and Aesthetic Surgeon, Barts Health NHS Trust and 101 Harley Street, London

10.05 am

Man and machine: The holy grail of skin tightening

Dr Julia Sevi, Aesthetic Physician, Clinic Principal, Leeds

10.15 am

Non invasive fat busting: Non-surgical volume reduction

Dr Patrick Treacy

10.25 am

Shine a light on it: Use of lasers in skin aesthetics

Dr Harryono Judodihardjo, Aesthetic Physician, Cellite, Cardiff

10.35 am

Discussion

10.50 am

Tea and coffee break

10.05 am

All workshops must be pre-booked at an additional cost

Maximum of 8 delegates per workshop

A.

Fillers for beginners

B.

Demonstration of botox therapies for brow, face and neck

Dr Souphiyeh Samizadeh, Visiting Associate Professor, Founder of Great British Academy of Aesthetic Medicine

C.

Threads for beginners – indications and techniques

IT'S A SKIN THING

Mr Paul Banwell and Dr Harryono Judodihardjo

11.20 am

What characterises lacklustre skin – principles of treatment

Dr Johanna Ward, Aesthetic Physician and Co-founder, ZENiii Skincare, Kent

11.30 am

Chemical peel protocols

Miss Shannon Lister, Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner, Skin UK Ltd, London

11.40 am

Update on platelet rich plasma (PRP), outcomes and pitfalls

Professor Ash Mosahebi, Professor of Plastic Surgery, Royal Free Hospital and University College Hospitals, London

11.50 am

Umbilical stem cell technology in the aesthetics of skin

Dr Ivor Lim, Plastic Surgeon, Adjunct Associate Professor in Surgery, Singapore

12.00 pm

Discussion

THE FACE - NON SURGICAL

Dr Christopher Rowland Payne, Consultant Dermatologist, London

12.15 pm

Facial anatomy in applied aesthetics

Mr Adel Fattah, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Alderhey Children's Hospital, Liverpool

12.30 pm

Indications, techniques and outcomes: What place thread lifting? Minimal access intervention in the face

Mr Kenneth Graham, Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, Liverpool

12.40 pm

Minimal access intervention in the face: HA fillers and botox combination approaches

Dr Uliana Gout, Aesthetic Physician, London Aesthetic Medicine Clinic and Academy

12.50 pm

Discussion

1.05 pm

Lunch

Viewing of posters and judging my organising committee

PROTECTING PATIENTS, PROTECTING DOCTORS

Mr Paul Banwell and Mr Jonathan Britto

2.05 pm

The anonymous online onslaught - a media response

Ms Laura Peek, Founder, Storycode, London

2.15 pm

Managing risk and reputation in the connected world

Mr Magnus Boyd, Solicitor and Partner, Schillings

2.30 pm

Discussion

PERIORBITAL REJUVENATION

Professor Ash Mosahebi and Dr Sajjad Rajpar, Consultant Dermatologist, Belgravia Dermatology, London

2.40 pm

Filler approaches to the eyelids and midface: Why and when?

Mrs Sabrina Shah Desai, Consultant Oculoplastic Surgeon, London

2.50 pm

Periorbital dark circles

Dr Hugues Cartier, Consultant Dermatologist, Arras, France

3.00 pm

Periorbital fat grafting and implants – surgical volumisation

Mr Niall Kirkpatrick, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, London

3.10 pm

Surgical lower lid blepharoplasty - is there a role?

Mr Raman Malhotra, Consultant Oculoplastic Surgeon, Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead

3.20 pm

Discussion and case series: What would you do – rapid fire

Mr Jonathan Britto

3.30 pm

Tea and coffee break

2.40 pm

All workshops must be pre-booked at an additional cost

Maximum of 8 delegates per workshop

D.

Fillers for beginners

Dr Uliana Gout, Aesthetic Physician, London Aesthetic Medicine Clinic and Academy

E.

Demonstration of botox therapies for brow, face and neck

Dr Souphiyeh Samizadeh, Director, Revivify London Clinics

F.

Threads for beginners – indications and techniques

THE NECK: NEUROTOXINS AND BEYOND

Dr Uliana Gout and Mr Jonathan Britto

3.50 pm

Neurotoxin approaches to the lower face and neck

Dr Souphiyeh Samizadeh, Director, Revivify London Clinics

4.00 pm

A scale of approaches to the neck

Mr Lucian Ion, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, London

4.10 pm

Case series: What would you do? – rapid fire

Mr Jonathan Britto

HAIR TECHNOLOGY

Dr Christopher Rowland Payne

4.20 pm

Hair loss – diagnoses and options

Dr David Fenton, Consultant Dermatologist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London

4.30 pm

Surgical hair restoration – what works?

Mr Greg Williams, Hair Transplant Surgeon, Farjo Hair Institute, London

4.40 pm

Discussion

4.50 pm

Presentation of RSM Aesthetics 2018 poster prize and introduction to keynote speaker

Mr Jonathan Britto

4.55 pm

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Reflections on a career in facial restoration. What works, what doesn’t and what’s ahead

Mr Norman Waterhouse, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, London

5.25 pm

Questions and answers

Mr Jonathan Britto

5.40 pm

Close of conference

Mr Jonathan Britto

6.00 pm

Drinks reception

Open to all delegates

7.30 pm

Conference dinner

Pre-booking is required

Conference dinner speaker: Portraits of the female face: ideals of female beauty and behaviour

Dr Caroline Campbell, Head of the Curatorial Department, National Gallery, London

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  • RSM members: £100 - £230
  • Non-members: £120 - £270
  • Dinner: £65
  • Workshops: £65
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