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Anatomy & Aesthetics Cadaver Training Day - 25th April

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Date

25th April 2020

Time

9:00am to 5:00pm

Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh

Nicolson Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH8 9DW

The BACN are proud to announce that Anatomy & Aesthetics have offered our members an exclusive discount on their two training courses this year, the first of which on 25th April 2020 at the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh.

BACN OFFER Course Fee: £995 No VAT 

Course information below:

Our Anatomy and Aesthetics course is aimed at clinicians at all levels of their aesthetic career.

The course will involve a range of educational techniques including short lectures, small group discussion, practical exercises and live dissecting on cadaveric heads.

The team will guide you, in a structured way, through facial anatomy starting with the surface landmarks that are of vital importance. These points will be linked to deeper skeletal anatomy (osteology).

The full face will be dissected over the course of the day and relevant anatomy will be demonstrated in all the common treatment areas for the Head and Neck. This will be interactive, with the team describing and demonstrating the key anatomic learning points relating to treatment success and complication avoidance.

Products will be discussed openly by the team who have many years experience using these techniques to manage all aspects of facial aesthetics and facial disfigurement.

Different techniques will be discussed and, uniquely, we will demonstrate aesthetic surgical techniques which will be of interest to the non-surgical practitioner (and their patients!)

We would take the opportunity to demonstrate chosen aesthetic surgical techniques in order that practitioners would leave with a better understanding of these but also how these may affect anatomy in these areas which may be subsequently treated/injected.

This course is designed to deliver high quality education in head and neck anatomy in a relaxed, fun and interactive environment. The aim is that participants will feel empowered by the knowledge they will gain and, as a result see a growth in their confidence back in the clinic.

Educational Aims/Objectives:

  • To understand the key surface landmarks of the face relating to the main neurovascular points.
  • To understand relevant osteology of the facial skeleton.
  • To better understand the anatomy of the face and appreciate how this knowledge can improve treatment outcomes and avoidance of complications.

The educational content will be delivered in a number of ways:

  1.  Lectures
  2. Small Group Teaching
  3. Live Treatment Demonstration
  4. Dissection Demonstration
  5. Hands-on Dissection in Lab
  6. Take Away Educational Material and Links to Online Resources

Our experienced team of experts deliver high quality training aimed directly at the needs of the candidates from novice to experienced practitioner. Specific content related to Complications (Avoidance and Management) will be included within all courses.

Course

  • Overview of Head and Neck Anatomy
  • Complication Avoidance
  • Product Science
  • Surface Anatomy
  • Osteology
  • Patient Assessment and Product Choice
  • Surgical demonstration
  • Site Specific Anatomy
  • Treatment Techniques Demonstration
  • Hands on Treatment and Dissection
  • Complication Risk Areas and Complications Management
  • Case Discussions

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