2016 Non-Surgical Symposium
The Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) and the Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia (CPCA) invite you to join them at what is undoubtedly the premier educational event for non-surgical aesthetics in Australasia – the 2016 Non-Surgical Symposium, 2 to 5 June at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
MASTER THE BASICS TO ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE
The attendance of this meeting has grown by 20% each year and 2015 was a sell-out.
Once again the doors will be opened to all medical practitioners performing non-surgical rejuvenation and their staff. We will be welcoming plastic surgeons, cosmetic doctors, dermatologists, ophthalmologists and the nurse aeshteticians, dermal therapists and practice staff who work with them.
The success of the past Symposium is due to a vital component which guaranteed it’s value and ongoing relevance: independent presentations by a long list of international and leading local presenters on state of the art concepts and practice in the non-surgical rejuvenation sector.
WHAT WILL WE COVER?
The Non-Surgical Symposium will again cover the entire spectrum on appearance medicine, from injectables, through to skin care, including laser/light devices and non-surgical body contouring tools. A lot has happened in the last year to bring you up to speed on. We are going to work hard to make our program more interactive, with a larger focus on expert panel discussions.
In 2016 we will take greater advantage of the quality of teachers that we have on faculty and already in Australia and New Zealand, using video (rather than live injecting), so that we can make the process more efficient with better images and a greater learning experience.ery. To become an ACCS Fellow, doctors must typically complete a minimum of 12 years of medical and surgical education and training.