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Coming out of lockdown
A guidance document, sponsored by Merz Aesthetics, for the reopening of clinics has been published. The fact sheet is a consensus review created after serveral UK and Ireland key opinions leaders in aesthetics medicine took part in a round table discussion.
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Now is the time to master your marketing
Many clinics are expecting a huge influx of returning patients in July, so now is the time to maximise your marketing efforts says Nafisa Mughal who suggests you should be looking at your marketing strategy now more than ever!
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ESSENTIAL BLUEPRINT FOR REOPENING YOUR CLINIC
The British Association of Sclerotherapists (BAS) has responded to concerns around re-opening clinics after coronavirus by pulling together one high quality virtual event with everything a practitioner needs to steer their clinic out of lockdown, the easy way. Packed with expert speakers and invaluable downloadable resources such as templates and checklists, this professionally presented webinar will help clinic owners and managers hit the ground running and gain a competitive edge. It could save countless hours of reading, research and planning.
Saturday 20 June 2020 10:30 AM – 2:00 PM BST (GMT+1)
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Video consultations are starting to soar
The Coronavirus spread has led to a surge in demand for digital consultations in specialist healthcare. Independent Practitioner Today traces the trend being experienced by the Trustedoctor platform.
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Allergan applauds fundamental change in China’s business environment
After the launch of China’s new Foreign Investment Law, multinational pharmaceutical company Allergan found that local governments have been more open, transparent and efficient during the company’s cooperation with them, which made investing in China more easy and smooth, said Wang Wei, area VP of Allergan Aesthetics JAPAC.
COVID-19: How the plastic surgery specialty is responding
“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” So, what happens when there is no work? We present viewpoints from various plastic surgeons faced with the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic. The members of the Cosmetic Surgery Forum represent their opinions and seek a constructive way forward by working together, and planning for the future. Additionally, we are delighted to include contributions from a legal and financial perspective. The implications for those who work in the public and private sectors will be of enormous magnitude.
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Managing a Clinic Post COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected healthcare, social and financial systems. Not only will this leave a mark on history, but will also play an influential role in setting new working and social norms. In the field of medical aesthetics, new measures must be taken to ensure maximum protection to both practitioners and the general public when lockdown measures are eased, despite being a low risk form of medicine with regards to viral transmission.
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JCCP Statement on ‘Navigating the Challenges Raised Regarding Returning to Work Safely’
Last week the JCCP released a document ‘Preparing Your Place of Work: Covid-19 & Return to Practice’. This guidance document was produced to assist aesthetic practitioners to map and commence preparations to deliver effective treatments as safely as possible within the context of a carefully prepared practice environment and in such a manner that would seriously minimise risks of contracting Covid-19 for patients, practitioners and their employees.