Healthxchange Group Announce CCR Educational Agenda

Healthxchange Group are delighted to announce their educational agenda which will take place over the course of the CCR conference on the 14th and 15th October 2021.

Healthxchange Group have assembled an expert-led agenda, covering a wide variety of topics, including live demos and Q&A sessions.

 

What are the key trends you are seeing in aesthetic medicine?

Healthxchange Group are delighted to announce their educational agenda which will take place over the course of the CCR conference on the 14th and 15th October 2021.

Healthxchange Group have assembled an expert-led agenda, covering a wide variety of topics, including live demos and Q&A sessions.

 

The full agenda compromises of:

Thursday 14th October

10:00 – 10:20 Advanced dermalinfusion skin-resurfacing treatment, Dianne Johnson INP – Demo

10:25 – 10:45 Obagi skin care for men, Dr Zoya Diwan

10:50 – 11:20 Skinboosters & skin care, Amanda Wilson INP and Dianne Johnson INP

11:25 – 11:40 OBSERV® 520x: Skin analysis for experts, Rachel Giddins – Demo

12:00 – 12:35 Clever Patients: Welcome to your game changing ecommerce patient app, Andrew Melton

 

12:20 – 13:10 Weight Management in Aesthetics: Tackling obesity whilst growing your business, Dr Tapan Patel

13:15 – 13:45 OBSERV® 520x: Skin analysis for experts, Rachel Giddins – Demo

13:50 – 14:45 ULTRAcelQ+: Non-surgical face lifting and body contouring HIFU system – Demo

14:40 – 15:25 The barriers to happy patients and how to double your profits from fillers

Lower-face rejuvenation using Juvéderm Volux, Dr Nestor Demosthenous

 

15:50 – 16:15 Lower Face Rejuvenation Using Juvéderm Volux, Dr Manav Bawa

16:20 – 16:40 Prevention, recognition and management of dermal filler complications

Clever Clinic, Dr David Ecclestone

16:45 – 17:00 Clever Clinic: 5 essential tools in practicing aesthetic medicine with safety and excellence driven by Clever Clinic

 

17:00 – 18:00 Ask the Experts drinks on stand

 

Friday 15th October

10:00 – 10:20 Advanced dermalinfusion skin-resurfacing treatment, Dianne Johnson INP – Demo

10:25 – 10:45 OBSERV® 520x: Skin analysis for experts – Demo

10:50 – 11:20 Skinboosters & skin care, Amanda Wilson

11:25 – 11:45 Treating pigmentation, Dr Marwa Ali

12:30 – 13:00 Clever Patients: Welcome to your game-changing e-commerce patient app

13:05 – 13:35 Weight Management in Aesthetics: Tackling obesity whilst growing your business, Adnrew Melton

13:35 – 14:20 OBSERV® 520x: Skin analysis for experts – Demo

14:25 – 15:00 ULTRAcelQ+: Non-surgical face lifting and body contouring HIFU system – Demo

15:05 – 15:30 The barriers to happy patients and how to double your profits from fillers

Lower-face rejuvenation using Juvéderm Volux, Dr Nestor Demosthenous

About Healthxchange Group
Healthxchange Group is the market leading distributor of aesthetics supplies; recognised as Distributor of the Year 2018. They deliver premium products quickly and accurately, freeing clinics to concentrate on their patients. Healthxchange distributes brands from leading manufacturers including; Allergan Botox®, the latest Vycross® range including Juvéderm® and other toxins, fillers, and sundries. They are the UK distributor for Obagi® Medical Products, ULTRAcel INTRAcel, LIPOcel, AQUALYX, ENVY Facial, Dr LEVY® and Softfil. These are all offered through the unique Healthxchange e-pharmacyTM making ordering easy, paperless and more efficient.

As well as offering leading products, Healthxchange Academy provides CPD accredited training for aesthetics professionals in toxin, dermal fillers, Obagi®, AQUALYX, CelluformTM, ULTRAcel, INTRAcel and LIPOcel through state of the art Academies in Manchester, Reading, Dublin and at other venues across the UK and Ireland. Additionally, this support is given through online webinars, account managers and field based medical support through dedicated clinical teams.

CONTACT:

Jenny Lambert, Marketing & Campaigns Executive, Healthxchange Group.

marketing@healthxchange.com

What are the most innovative products you are seeing in the market?

I have had so many amazing experiences from lab to launch over the last 16 years in my consultancy work for clinical product development and clinical trial advisory roles. Whilst the consumer market is always excited for what’s new and next, like many of my colleagues I take a thoughtful approach with the most important elements of any product being safety, efficacy and scientific evidence before introducing a product into my practice.

Skincare innovations and the nutritional and psychological status of the patient continues to fascinate me. As a thought leader for SkinCeuticals I enjoy working with the company from a scientific development perspective. Stand out products for me this year in my practice have been those improving oily skin types such as Silymarin CF and Oil Shield UV Defense. The new launch of Advanced Scar Control will be one to watch as an adjunct to clinical practise.

What excites you most about the future of aesthetics medicine and what it offers?

An assumption may be made that aesthetic medicine can be a rather simplified subject. It would be easy to stay in clinic and suppose that a pinnacle of knowledge or experience had been reached, or that patient needs can be simply met. However, the developmental opportunities in the field are extensive – for example in the physiology and the science of ageing and beauty, from technical, theoretical and practical perspectives.

I feel very fortunate to have travelled 6 continents in the last 12 years speaking and live demonstrating at congress and delivering masterclasses. I have learned so much from this experience in terms of diversity and cultural influences as well as scientific approaches with artistic application. This is what excites me – the opportunity for innovation and shaping this relatively young speciality, whilst most importantly, understanding diverse patient motivations and drivers.

What are you speaking about at CCR?

I’ll be speaking at the In Practice Theatre at 1.45-2.15pm on Thurs 14th October. The title of my talk is “Next level skincare integration – aligning patient motivations and procedure trends in practice”.

I’ll explore patient motivations of different patient demographics as well as trends in skincare and injectables. Assessing patient groups and diversity from a multifaceted lens – ethnicity, gender, culture and psychological, as well as the social drivers that influence consumer insights helps us to understand patients better and therefore raise our standards. I’ll consider how to integrate these elements more specifically through the synergy of injectables and skincare for enhanced patient outcomes to build a thriving practice as well as sharing my experience with the SkinCeuticals portfolio.

What are you most looking forward to at CCR

Seeing friends and colleagues again in person! I’ve been digitally speaking at a lot of events during the pandemic which has been fantastic and I’ve developed new skills through the experience. But in person congress is so powerful for connecting and sharing ideas. That is the other element I’m looking forward to – absorbing and contributing to new idea creation.

What advice would you give to anyone who wants to start a career in aesthetic medicine?

Firstly, ask yourself the question as to why you are truly interested in the speciality? What is it about the work and industry that inspires you and what in your personality will suit this? It has been such a rapidly expanding arena in the last 10 years and there are many attractive elements to it, but most importantly I think its crucial to understand ourselves and be honest about our own motivations. This would be true of any career advice in my opinion.

Don’t compromise your core beliefs, keep learning, cultivate an open mindset, retain scientific discernment and consistently aim for delivering your highest standard of patient care and outcomes.

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