Clinical excellence in cosmetic medicine

Organised by
3rd National Aesthetic
Nursing Conference
Clinical
excellence
in cosmetic
medicine
Cavendish Conference Centre
22 Duchess Mews, London W1G 9DT
3rd November 2014
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Clinical excellence in
Objectives:
The benefits of attending
Clinical excellence in
cosmetic medicine are:
•To discuss and debate the
current issues in aesthetic
medicine
•To increase your knowledge
of treating the mid-face
•To enhance the rejuvenation
of the tear trough
•To assess treatments for
acne scarring and best
practice in skin cleansing
•To share and exchange
ideas with leading
practitioners in the field
•To explore the appropriate
setting to perform nonsurgical cosmetic treatments
•To look into professional and
practice management issues
Who should attend?
Clinical excellence in
3rd November 2014
08.30–09.15
CHAIR: Natasha Devan
Editor, Journal of Aesthetic Nursing, London
09.15-09.20
09.20-10.00
KEYNOTE ADDRESS:
Functional Aesthetics: the new frontier in
aesthetic nursing
Consultant Nurse Practitioner, The London Wellness Centre
CLINICAL SESSION 1
10.00-10.30
Treating the mid-face:
indications and treatment protocols
Sarah Holness RGN NIP ABPI
Clinic Director, Sarah Holness Aesthetics, Kent
10.30-11.10
The triple effect of radiesse
Karen Burgess
Clinic Director, Skin Solutions
Session sponsored by
11.00-11.30
Refreshments and exhibition viewing
CLINICAL SESSION 2
11.30-12.00
Rejuvenating the tear trough: a video
demonstration
Helena Collier BSc RGN DNC PGDp (Aesthetic Medicine) NIP
Director and Medical Aesthetic Practitioner,
Skintalks, Edinburgh
12.00-12.30
•Mobile aesthetic practitioners
Managing an autoimmune disease
related adverse event
Annie Cartwright MSc RGN NIP
Advanced Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner & Director,
Skin & Face Clinics Ltd, Cardiff
12.30-13.00
The patient who injected herself with
a dermal filler
Cheryl Barton RN RM
•Aesthetic doctors
•Clinic managers
Natasha Devan
Constance Campion
be of particular interest to:
•NHS-based nurses
considering moving into
aesthetic practice
Introduction
Editor, Journal of Aesthetic Nursing, London
cosmetic medicine will
•Aesthetic nurses
Registration, refreshments
and exhibition viewing
Director and Aesthetic Nurse, Aesthetika, Sheffield
13.00-14.00
Lunch and exhibition viewing
•Clinical directors
•All other professionals
with an interest in aesthetic
nursing
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n cosmetic medicine
CLINICAL SESSION 3
14.00-14.30
Skin FitnessTM - Combining cosmeceuticals and
nutraceuticals for optimal skin fitness
Session sponsored by
Lorna Bowes
Director, Aesthetic Source, Bedfordshire
Eva Escofet
Director & Co Owner, AnevaTM Nutraceuticals Ltd, Surrey
14.30-15.15
What is an appropriate clinical setting to perform
non-surgical cosmetic treatments?
Sharon Bennett RGN NIP
Aesthetic Nurse and Director, Harrogate Aesthetics
Acting Chair, British Association of Cosmetic Nurses, Yorkshire
Helena Collier BSc RGN DNC PGDp
(Aesthetic Medicine) NIP
Director and Medical Aesthetic Practitioner, Skintalks, Edinburgh
Cherie Scanlon BSc (Hons) RGN NIP
Aesthetic Nurse, Enhancing Health and Beauty, Lancashire
Yvonne Senior RGN MA NIP
Co-Founder, PIAPA and Aesthetic Nurse, I-Time Clinic, Doncaster
Lynn Warren RGN RM NIP
Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner, Cosmedical, West Yorkshire
15.15-15.35
Skin cleansing: best practice
Emma Davies RGN NIP
Aesthetic Nurse and Owner, Horrington Clinic &
Lead Trainer, Veincare Training, Somerset
15.35-15.55
Treatments for acne scarring:
evaluating the evidence
Julie Brackenbury RGN NIP
Aesthetic Nurse Specialist, Bristol
15.55-16.10
Refreshments and exhibition viewing
16.10-16.30
Scar treatments and aftercare options
Speaker to be confirmed
#JAN2013
@SkinandFace
A day well spent learning from
some of most experienced
practitioners in medical
aesthetics in UK #nurses
@CosmeticCouch
So delighted I was able to
attend such a successful
event today. Hope to attend
many more
@JBCosmetic
Thank you for a well organised
event. A fantastic day of
learning #CPDuptodate
@Nurse_Luisa
Great day @JAestheticNurse
conference. Great to see
friends and meet new people
@WillowClinic
Great speakers and
a great day
@Aesthetika
Proud to be supporting
aesthetic nurses from all
around UK and to meet
international colleagues
@MBrennanThorns
Calling all aesthetic nurses,
attend the Journal of Aesthetic
Nursing conferences!
The standard of debate
is extraordinary
Session sponsored by
PROFESSIONAL AND PRACTICE
MANAGEMENT SESSION
16.30-16.45
Dealing with difficult clients on the phone
Gilly Dickons
Business Development Director, Aesthetic Response,
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
16.45-17.00
Buying equipment: key considerations
Lynn Warren RGN RM NIP
Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner, Cosmedical, West Yorkshire
17.00
Close of conference
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Conference fee includes
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We will be seeking support from pharmaceutical companies for this conference.
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Bakerloo Line) is 5 minutes walk away. Take Exit 4 on leaving Oxford Circus
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