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A stellar line up

Dr Jean Carruthers

The British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM) holds its first in-person conference since 2019 this September with an opening address by global injectables pioneer Dr Jean Carruthers.

The event at London’s Church House, Westminster, on Saturday 10 September is open to member and non-member doctors or dentists. Dr Carruthers, who pioneered the use of botulinum toxin in aesthetic medicine with her husband Dr Alastair Carruthers, is a highly sought-after speaker on the world stage and will also present exclusive masterclasses for BCAM members the following day.

BCAM Vice President Dr Catherine Fairris, who oversees planning of the annual conference, said: “We are excited to welcome such an influential and globally respected speaker to our first in-person event in three years. After two successive virtual events, it will be incredible to host a live event with such a high calibre opening presentation and a wealth of other impressive speakers.

Dr Catherine Fairris

“We look forward to sharing Dr Carruthers’ expertise and experience in the intimate setting of Church House, Westminster. It’s a rare opportunity for delegates to have close contact with the pioneer of botulinum toxin treatments and benefit from her incredible knowledge.”

This year’s conference features four streams offering high quality educational content from leading experts from the world of aesthetic medicine:

• Better Business

• Body Benefits

• Injectable Innovations

• Science & Research Reports

The College is committed to safe and ethical evidence-based medicine, education and promoting and maintaining high standards, and this will be strongly reflected in presentations on the day. An award will be made for the best scientific paper submitted to the BCAM judging committee and all abstracts will be available for delegates to read on the dedicated conference website (www.bcamconference.co.uk).

BCAM is still finalising the agenda but confirmed speakers so far are:

Dr Xavier Goodarzian -Lip fillers, exploring advances and techniques

Professor Syed Haq -Unveiling the science behind a new toxin

Dr Manav Bawa -Maximising patient experience with a focused consultation

Prof Benoit Hendrickx -Individual arterial anatomy in augmented reality: technology reducing complications

Alice Hart Davis -The who, what, when, where, why (and how) of mastering social media.

Doctors and dentists working in the aesthetic medicine sector can register via the BCAM Conference website at a cost of £350 including lunch. BCAM members benefit from a reduced rate and the opportunity to attend the exclusive masterclasses.

Headline sponsors for this year’s conference are Novo Nordisk and Allergan Aesthetics. Full details of all speakers and presentations will appear on the website in coming weeks.

This article appears in the June 2022 Issue of Aesthetic Medicine

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This article appears in the June 2022 Issue of Aesthetic Medicine