The conference, which will be held on Saturday September 26, is one of a number of growing weekend events being held at the Westminster venue. Targeted at aesthetic medicine professionals, the event aims to advance the effective, safe and ethical practice of aesthetic medicine, with a focus on leadership, continued education, support, professional development and maintaining of high standards.
Influential speakers at the conference will include Dr Rajiv Grover, Dr Nick Lowe, Dr Amanda Wong-Powell, Dr Beatriz Molina and Dr Ravi Jain followed by live demonstrations in the afternoon. A business workshop programme will also be available for clinic staff. Following the AGM there will be a drinks reception, sponsored by Healthxchange Pharmacy, offering delegates the opportunity to network with fellow practitioners.
Dr Paul Charlson, President of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine, commented: “Our conferences are always educational, informative and inspiring – it is an event where professionals can acquire new knowledge and expand their personal development whilst networking with other members. We are fortunate to have many top inspirational and motivational speakers who will provide attendees with their expertise during the main lectures and live demonstration programme.
Robin Parker, General Manager at Church House comments: “Traditionally most of our events have been held during the week. But we are seeing a steady increase in the number of weekend bookings. Typically these have been consumer orientated events but we are also seeing a number of business events taking place at the weekend, as organisations seek to minimise time out of the office. We are delighted to welcome the British College of Aesthetic Medicine to Church House and their members for their annual conference this weekend.”
Church House Conference Centre is an AIM Gold accredited venue which offers 19 event spaces accommodating between 2 and 664 guests for a wide variety of events including meetings, conferences, awards ceremonies, gala dinners and receptions.