Informa Australia is delighted to announce the 2nd annual National Cosmetic Medicine Summit 2018, to be held at the Crown, Melbourne on the 3-4 August 2018.
This two day event aims to provide a unique forum within the Australian cosmetic industry specifically tailored for cosmetic doctors, cosmetic nurses, clinic owners, dermal therapists, cosmeceutical experts and others from the cosmetic industry to discuss, collaborate and further their clinical knowledge as well as hone techniques from thought leaders and peers in the industry.
Australia’s Cosmetic Industry is booming. According to the latest figures, Australians spend more on cosmetic procedures per capita than Americans. There are still major challenges and concerns facing the industry, including the recent changes to National and state regulation, the incidence of complications and complaints as well as rapidly advancing methods and technologies.
In 2017, the comprehensive 2day program covered:
- State of the art techniques and technologies in cosmetic procedures
- What is new in laser, dermatology and injectables
- What is being achieved in other countries
- Case studies showcasing new innovations and models
- Common complications in cosmetic procedures
- How the new guidelines and regulations will impact your practice
- Medico-legal issues and obligations for the cosmetic practitioner
- Scope of practice
- Effective practice management
- Marketing and promoting your business through blogging and social media
- Recognising body image and self-esteem issues in patients
and much more….
2017 Supported by
We are part of an independent publishing company based in London UK, specialising in peer and non-peer reviewed journals, with conference and training affiliate arms in most major cities around the globe. We are a leading provider of healthcare conferences both within Australia and globally, and within the aesthetic space we organise the premier conference “FACE – Facial Aesthetic Conference and Exhibition” in London, and the Euromedicom “Aesthetic and Antiaging Medicine World Congresses” in Europe, Latin America and Asia as well as publish PRIME International Journal of Aesthetic and Antiaging Medicine, a leading scientific journal in this market.
We are unlike other conference organisers in that we do not organise or receive funding/fees from associations, members or government departments to run conferences on behalf of them. The conference agendas are developed independently through primary and secondary research and consultations with the industry in order to tailor the content to the industry’s educational needs. We regularly work closely with government departments and professional associations who we invite to become non-financial supporters of the conference. However are not contracted by any outside organisation or association.