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Regional Meeting: Scotland - GlasgowBLS Available

Summary

2022 Regional Meeting for Scotland. Based in Glasgow.

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Date

21st March 2022

Time

9:30am to 3:00pm

Glasgow Hilton

1 William Street, G3 8HT

The BACN are kicking off 2022 with a series of 14 Regional Meetings taking place nationwide.

These all-day meetings are made up of a networking lunch, peer to peer review, and feature talks and presentations from industry partners that work directly with the BACN. These talks can range from injectables and skin care to business support and insurance concerns. Regional meetings create a space for businesses to interact with aesthetic nurses and showcase new and innovative products, whilst BACN members learn about the latest developments happening in aesthetics today.

These events are totally free for members to attend, and guests are welcome to attend at a cost of £50. Members are encouraged to come along to as many events across the UK as they would like. The day is a fantastic opportunity to network with nurses in your local area, learn something you may not have already known, and feel just that little bit more connected after such a long time apart.

Excitingly, these will be the first meetings attended by many of our new regional leaders! There are limited spaces available for each location, so book soon to avoid disappointment.

Timetable

Monday 21st March

Registration and Welcome Coffee

9:30 am - 9:45 am

Welcome from Regional Leader and BACN Updates

9:45 am - 10 am

An introduction to Restylane Eyelight: Mastering tear trough treatments with Galderma with Jackie Partridge

10 am - 11:30 am
1.5 CPD Points

Jackie is a qualified Nurse Independent Prescriber (NIP) and Clinical Director at Dermal Clinic. She is a founding board member of the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses (BACN) and is now an honorary member. She qualified from Stirling University with BSc (foundation in Dermatology), which she feels helps her to offer expert advice and guidance on various skin conditions for her patients. She is one of only a few practitioners in the country be have completed her Masters (MSc) in Non-Surgical Aesthetic Practice. She is passionate about making the aesthetic and cosmetic industry as safe as possible for patients and uses her own time to attend board meetings (representing the BACN) with Healthcare Improvement Scotland and Scottish Government regarding the implementation of regulation within the industry. Jackie has now also been appointed to the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) as a Fitness to Practise (FtP) Panellist in the capacity as a Nurse Professional Member. As a trainer of Doctors, Dentists and Nurses on various treatments, Jackie enjoys being at the forefront of this industry, and is well placed to embrace new developments. Jackie has written many peer reviewed articles for medical journals as well as providing presentations and injection demonstrations to fellow medical aesthetic professionals in various locations across the United Kingdom and on the International stage. Jackie is the Chair of the Galderma Global Nurse Faculty. Her International work allows her to enhance her skills gained from expert peers worldwide, for the benefit of patients at Dermal Clinic.

Refreshment Break

11:30 am - 11:45 am

Peer Review

11:45 am - 12:30 pm
0.7 CPD Points

This will be led by your regional leader, Linda Strachan and is a great opportunity to network, and discuss case studies in more detail.

This will start with a discussion of "Differentiating ourselves with local non-medics". There is time to discuss a range of topics, so please bring along any questions you would like to discuss with your peers.

Working Lunch

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Updates in Prescribing Education and Governance

Dr Alison Wood
1:30 pm - 2:45 pm
1.2 CPD Points

Alison qualified as an Adult Nurse from the University of Edinburgh in 2007. Her nursing career began within general and renal medicine areas. Most recently focusing within haemodialysis in NHS Lothian whilst completing her MSc and PhD. Alison held a Principal's Career Development Studentship as part of her PhD studies which allowed her to support pre-registration and postgraduate nursing students on a variety of modules including skills and research methods.

This presentation will provide an overview of prescribing education with Scotland, underpinned by the RPS 2021 competencies and the NMC 2018 standards for prescribing programmes.  The session will consider how prescribers within this area can be supported to be successful in achieving this programme, how qualified and experienced prescribers are integral to support their development and also how to continue development post qualification.  There will also be an opportunity to discuss some legal and ethical considerations in this area related to both education and clinical practice. 

Hamilton Fraser Virtual Presentation

2:45 pm - 3 pm
0.2 CPD Points

Session Close/ BLS training for those who have pre booked

3 pm - 6 pm

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