In Review: The Clinical Aesthetics Symposium New Zealand

In May, SPA+CLINIC attended the Clinical Aesthetics Symposium, New Zealand’s leading inclusive educational event for the aesthetics community. Held at Cordis Auckland, and emceed by Antonia Prebble, the two-day symposium schedule included world-class speakers, immersive workshops, exclusive access to the latest products, and invaluable networking opportunities.

The esteemed event, organised by Progressive Health Foundation, brought together over 200 attendees from various healthcare backgrounds, including physicians, nurse practitioners, dentists, pharmacists, therapists, and injectable nurses.

One of the symposium’s key highlights was the impressive line-up of renowned speakers, including Dr. Elsa Delport, Dr. Frank Lin, Dr. Ian Chinsee, Dr. Danae Lim, Nurse Jodie, Dr. Nathan Django, and Dr. Cat Stone. These experts covered a wide range of topics, from innovative aesthetic procedures to advanced patient care techniques, offering attendees valuable insights and inspiration.

Beyond being a platform for professional development, the Clinical Aesthetics Symposium served as a catalyst for building a strong and supportive community within the local aesthetics industry. Attendees had the opportunity to engage in multidisciplinary presentations, hands-on workshops, and explore the latest products and services at the expo village.

The symposium provided a fertile ground for networking, forging new connections, and exchanging ideas with like-minded individuals passionate about clinical aesthetics.

Attendees at the symposium found a wealth of resources and support to help them expand their knowledge base, enhance their skills, and elevate their business practices within the clinical aesthetics realm. By actively participating in this dynamic network, professionals were able to contribute to the advancement of the field while gaining valuable continuing medical education (CME) points.

New Zealand’s Clinical Aesthetics Symposium exemplified the spirit of collaboration, innovation, and continuous learning within the clinical aesthetics industry. It was clear the symposium left a lasting impact on attendees, motivating them to strive for excellence and drive positive change in the ever-evolving landscape of aesthetic medicine.

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