The UK’s leading event uniting surgical and non-surgical medical aesthetic communities to raise industry standards
CCR is the UK’s leading conference and exhibition for the surgical and non-surgical medical aesthetic communities. At the heart of CCR’s ethos is ‘raising industry standards’ and as such CCR brings together the world’s leading practitioners to share and learn best-practice, discover the latest clinical developments and source new products from leading global brands. CCR 2021 will be the most eagerly anticipated event in the UK medical aesthetics calendar.
The co-location of the ISAPS Symposium UK and the BCDG (British Cosmetic Dermatology Group) annual meeting make CCR the UK’s flagship event for the surgical, dermatological and aesthetics specialities.
2019 highlights from CCR
What's on at CCR
Exclusive interviews with the CCR medical advisory board and KOLs
Every month, you can read our exclusive interviews with the CCR Medical Advisory Board and industry KOLs to learn from the experts and get top tips for your clinic!
How has your practice/routine changed since the coronavirus pandemic? I am surprised but everything has changed with COVID – more than I ever realised it would. The biggest impact of COVID was how to be even more discerning with my time and energy and highlighting what is important in life
In October, we caught up with Gary Monaghan, Director of The Cosmetic Consultants, who have over 20 years of experience in the cosmetic surgery industry, offering unique business advice on building clinics, marketing and business strategy and indemnity insurance. Gary joined us for the ISAPS Symposium UK virtual meeting as
In May we caught up with Emma Coleman, Aesthetic and Dermatology Nurse who has just launched a new skincare range. Emma told us about how she’s keeping her client’s engaged during isolation, what we can expect in her book and how she see’s the future of aesthetics looking after lockdown.
We’re starting with Miss Sherina Balaratnam, Surgeon, Founder and Medical Director of multi-award-winning medical aesthetic clinic S-Thetics. What do you predict will be the up and coming trends for 2019? “I would say: 1. An increase in males having procedures Which I think is going to happen for 2 main