Following its previous success at the Westminster venue, the British College of Aesthetic Medicine held their annual conference at Church House for the third consecutive year.
The one-day educational and scientific conference targeted at aesthetic medical professionals returned to Church House on Saturday 23rd September. With a clinical and business packed agenda, the main aims of the event were to keep members informed of the latest treatments and techniques. It also included a business agenda which provided delegates with the latest medical legal updates and general data protection regulations.
Through an array of presentations and panel discussions attendees had the chance to explore topics including body sculpting and skin and hair care, whilst engaging in live demonstrations of neck and brow lifting and a barbed thread skin lift from some of the world’s leading experts in Medical Aesthetics.
The conference also included support from 21 sponsors who showcased their wide range of services to keep attendees abreast of the newest developments in this fast expanding area of medicine.
Following the AGM, a drinks reception sponsored by Wigmore Medical was held to provide delegates with the opportunity to network with fellow practitioners.
Organisers of the event, Dawn Larcombe and Ruth Harker commented “Church House is a fantastic venue- prestige with amazing architecture. The customer service and hospitality is second to none with the support and care we receive being terrific. This was the third year BCAM chose Church House and for very good reason, we will be returning next year. It is the BCAM home!”
Robin Parker, General Manager at Church House comments: “We were delighted to welcome the British College of Aesthetic Medicine back to Church House for their annual conference this weekend. It is always great to welcome back repeat clients and the team look forward to once again creating this successful event in 2018."