March 2016

In this issue

In this month’s clinical section, Connie Brennan explores the roles of surgical and non-surgical cosmetic interventions in upper facial rejuvenation. Vikram Swaminathan reflects on his experience of thread lifting and managing patient expectations before performing the procedure. Julie Brackenbury looks at the ever-popular trend for lip augmentation and questions whether the treatment is a means of distortion or beautification. On the professional pages, Elissa O’Keefe and Irene Kushelew give readers an overview of the recently published professional standards for aesthetic nursing in Australia. The BACN column discusses its revalidation roadshows and PIAPA evaluates at the aesthetics sector following the publication of Health Education England’s reports on qualifications and training. In practice management, Wendy Lewis writes about the importance of keeping up with trends and technologies, and two London-based clinic managers talk about the best ways to get feedback from aesthetic patients.

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