Gain CPD points and learn from leading medical aesthetic practitioners
It's a time of change in the aesthetic arena. With an increasing demand for regulation, best practice and addressing patient safety has never been more apparent.
Set across 6 conference theatres and with over 120 world-class speakers, you can engage in 48 hours of professional development among peers facing the same challenges to remain up-to-date with best practice.
World-renowned plastic surgeon Mr Norman Waterhouse is once again leading the CCR Medical Advisory Board in curating the programme for this year’s meeting. The 2019 board features more than 30 esteemed practitioners across multiple disciplines, delivering an exclusive CPD accredited programme all of which is free-to-attend.
Uniting the surgical and non-surgical medical aesthetic communities to raise industry standards remains the focus for CCR.
See below for confirmed speakers and topics so far, register today to recieve updates on the programme.
The Conference Theatres
Introducing The Non Surgical Arena.
The Non Surgical Arena will feature a top tier educational agenda focusing on non-surgical rhinoplasty, body reshaping, non-surgical aesthetic gynaecology, complications and more. NEW for 2019, The Vivacy Symposium, hosted by plastic surgeon Dr Nimrod Friedman will take you on a journey through facial rejuvenation.
Introducing the Dermatology and Injectables Symposia.
Dermatology and injectables have been catapulted to the forefront of every clinic offering. The Dermatology and Injectables Symposia is packed with masterclasses ensuring you leave with new techniques for both men and women, can tackle complications and achieve natural results.
Introducing the Clinic & Practice Management Conference
Whether you’re new to aesthetics or already have a successful clinic, the Clinic & Practice Management Conference has something for you. The agenda focusses on setting up your clinic, promoting your clinic and treatments, mastering the consultation process and understanding BDD (Body Dysmorphic Disorder).