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ASLMS 2021 Virtual Conference

The 40th Annual Conference of the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS) will present the latest advances in the field of lasers and energy-based devices. The ASLMS 2021 conference promises to be the most exciting laser and energy-based...

Finding the Common Ground

Plastics, Maxillo-Facial surgery and Aesthetics. The potential spectrum of topics, disciplines, procedures and practitioners to involve and interest is vast and presents a great challenge in terms of finding common ground. However, it is our intention that PMFA News will...

World Rhinoplasty Day

PLEASE NOTE: World Rhinoplasty Day 2021 has been postponed to April 2022. Date TBC. Here's what happened at World Rhinoplasty Day 2020 The first World Rhinoplasty Day (WRD), organised by SORSSA (Society of Rhinoplasty Surgeons of South Africa) and lead...

The future of energy-based devices: do we have limits?

Victor Gabriel Clatici asks what is the final frontier in dermatology, plastic surgery and aesthetic medicine?

FACE 2015

This was undoubtedly the biggest and most prestigious UK conference of the year. The international mix of both delegates and presenters brought together knowledge, skill and allowed us to experience a jam-packed agenda covering all aspects of aesthetic medicine. The...

Perceptions and deceptions: a personal blog by the editor 21 July 2016

It must be bloggers block! The information incoming is just too great to handle. I have cross-posted about this blog in an editorial I have just written for our magazine. I am revisiting the inquest of a girl that died...

The scandal of NHS contracts with the independent healthcare sector

Since March 2020 it was sensible medical practice to consider making all possible beds in the NHS available to potentially admit ill patients with COVID-19. The expected admission rate was supposed to risk overwhelming the NHS, so independent sector facilities apparently volunteered and were then contracted to the NHS as priority, with full remuneration for their losses, and all private practitioners were effectively frozen out from seeing, admitting and operating on their own self pay patients.

Perceptions and deceptions: a personal blog by the editor 14 December 2016

A Death in Hong Kong: an evolving essay and insight into medicine and the law in contemporary Hong Kong (part five) Whilst the death of Zoey Leung was now the focus of a criminal investigation I found myself dealing with...

A farcical attempt to uphold the law

I read in the paper last week that an 86-year-old plastic surgeon, Franklin Li, was being charged with 21 offences that were associated with the death of a top Hong Kong banker, Zoe Cheung, in a beauty clinic in Tsim...

SIME Congress 2021

SIME Congress 2021Following the Decree of 23 April 2021 regarding the reopening of public areas in Italy, the SIMEBoard of Directors has decided to postpone the congress to 16-18 July 2021. The theme chosen this year poses a great challenge:...

Perceptions and Deceptions a personal blog by the editor 26 May 2016

It is only human nature to let emotional elements affect a personal perspective. When I saw pictures of Jeremy saying “Victory” I posted a comment on the Junior Doctors contract forum saying that I thought a non-negotiable part of the...

Gross Negligence Manslaughter in Healthcare: The medico-legal dilemma (part 3)

14 June 2021 is the day in the Chinese calendar to celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival. These local holidays are a reminder of the deep cultural heritage enjoyed by the Chinese people.
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