CCR 2019: Conference and Speaker Programme is Announced!

Celebrating its seventh year, CCR 2019 announces its
skill-enhancing and thought-provoking content

London, (31/07/2019): CCR announces its 2019 Conference and Speaker Programme…

Headed up by the Chairman of the CCR Advisory Board and renowned Plastic Surgeon, Norman Waterhouse, CCR is the only platform in the UK that unites the surgical and non-surgical communities, and has quickly become the leading educational event in the aesthetics field.

Norman Waterhouse is supported by the CCR’s Advisory Board of 33 industry experts including Dr Raj Acquilla, Mr Olivier Branford, Dr Kate Goldie, Ms Sharon Bennett, and Dr Anjali Mahto who shape the scientific agenda to support clinical development and education to practitioners across all levels of experience and all medical specialities.

Conference Programme Information
Set to be its best year yet, CCR 2019 will have 7 conference streams covering live demonstrations, dermatology and injectables, facial rejuvenation, non-surgical rhinoplasty, body reshaping and patient safety, as well as a plethora of the most respected professionals in the industry confirmed to speak across the two days.
Free-to-attend and CPD certified, delegates of CCR 2019 can look forward to conferences on Clinic and Practice Management, Next Stages of Developing your Practice with Dr Tapan Patel and What’s New and True in Cosmetic  Dermatology with the British Cosmetic Dermatology Group, to name a few.

CCR 2019 Conference Highlights
This year’s event highlights include two days of exclusive training takeovers from Allergan SCULPT IT with Juvéderm Volux on the Live Demo Stage. Plastic Surgeon Nimrod Friedman will host the Vivacy STYLAGE Symposium and Dr Rita Rakus will host the saypha® – say “yes to your phantastic lips!” by Croma. The JCCP will cover topics on ethics in aesthetics, Body Dysmorphic Disorder, complication management and more, and a Live Laser Hack with tattoo removal, veins and acne treatments from leading laser brands Advanced Esthetic Solutions and Novus Medical.

“The CCR programme this year comprises of an extensive speaker line up with experts discussing the latest topics in non-surgical specialities such as, ‘facial rejuvenation protocol’ with Dr Souphiyeh Samizadeh, ‘3D face refresh’ by Dr Rupert Critchley, ‘the art of lips’ with Dr Rita Rakus, ‘HA treatments for vulvovaginal rejuvenation’ with Mr Vivek Nama, ‘latest techniques in modifying the perception of facial mood and health’ with Dr Raj Acquilla, and many more. The ‘Aesthetics Masterclasses’ are focused on regenerative aesthetics and injectable techniques with discussions surrounding toxin treatments, confusions, & complications. Live filler masterclasses will focus on ‘jawline definition & lower facial improvements’ and brow lifting & upper face improvements.’ This year CCR will additionally be including a valuable ‘clinic & practice management’ conference covering topics such as ‘how to set up your clinic’, ‘promoting your clinic and treatments’, ‘patient selection’ and ‘new treatments to expand your clinic’. The conference will also feature roundtable debates and discussion on ‘patient safety, regulations and training’, ‘Body  Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD)’, ‘complications’ and ‘ethics.’ Our comprehensive programme of both surgical and non-surgical content has always set CCR apart and firmly at the forefront of the industry; this year is no exception.” – Norman Waterhouse, Chairman of the CCR Advisory Board.

“The Live Demo Theatre was packed during our sessions, CCR gives us a fantastic platform to launch products and also gives visibility of our current product range.” – Simon Haroutunian, Events Manager, Merz.

Surgical Conferences
Now in its 34th year and its 5th year alongside CCR, the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) Annual International Conference will take place at CCR, as well as the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) Symposium UK taking place the next day. The BAAPS conference focus for 2019 is male plastic surgery, female genital surgery, body contouring, breast and practice management, with ISAPS complimenting the BAAPS agenda covering rhinoplasty.

“For the past four years the BAAPS have co-located their annual scientific meeting with CCR, taking place at Olympia in London. This collaboration has enabled an increase in exchange in ideas between a wide clinical spectrum of practitioners, many of whose paths might otherwise not cross. It has enabled those BAAPS members seeking to develop their non-surgical practice an opportunity to meet with industry and understand the latest technological advances, as well as learn from experts in a wide range of fields. CCR has simultaneously benefited from the presence of the BAAPS scientific meeting, the largest and most recognised official aesthetic surgical annual meeting in the UK, drawing in the majority of UK trained and accredited Consultant Plastic Surgeons.” Marc Pacifico, British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons.

Conference Programme Reporting
New to this year and reporting from October’s event, CCR’s Press Ambassador, Health & Beauty Editor-at-Large of Tatler Magazine, Francesca White, will be collating key insight into the industry and its exciting innovations coming out of the conference and speaker programme, and opening up the world of aesthetics to consumers. Francesca comments: I am always on the lookout for the latest news in aesthetic medicine, the new techniques being introduced by the top doctors and surgeons, and the upcoming trends and regulations to be aware of.”

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