Following three years of the ISAPS Symposium UK being hosted in London by Easyfairs, organisers of CCR, the international meeting of the world’s leading aesthetic plastic surgeons will be housed for the first time at CCR on 14 & 15 October 2021 at the ExCeL, London.
This new addition to the UK’s leading medical aesthetics event will unite the UK’s aesthetic plastic surgeons under one roof, integrating surgical education and networking into CCR.
The addition of this world-class programme will add further value to the 250+ surgeons who attend CCR each year to network and attend the non-surgical talks.
With a focus on breast and body, the ISAPS Symposium UK will feature an internationally renowned faculty from across the globe, putting CCR and the ISAPS Symposium UK on the world stage.
Naveen Cavale, ISAPS UK National Secretary, commented: “It’s great to be working with CCR for the fourth year running and we’re thrilled to be able to host the ISAPS meeting at the event this year. The ISAPS Symposium provides expert education for plastic surgeons each year and, because CCR provides such an open forum for medical aesthetic professionals, all surgeons involved in the aesthetics sector will be able to join the ISAPS meeting, giving them the opportunity to be educated by and learn best-practice from the best of the best.
“The ISAPS presence the in UK has grown exponentially over the past few years and this enriched partnership represents further expansion of the phenomenal growth that ISAPS has seen in the UK. Adding to this, there will also be an opportunity for aesthetic plastic surgeons to sign up for ISAPS membership at CCR at a reduced rate, as part of their delegate fee.”
Mo Akhavani, ISAPS UK Assistant Secretary, added: “The excellent thing about being alongside CCR is that any medical professional in the aesthetic sector, whether surgical or non-surgical, can mingle and network with the world’s best plastic surgeons. This not only strengthens the partnership between ISAPS and CCR, but it also enhances the reputation of ISAPS education and closes the gap between surgical and non-surgical specialties, which will in turn help to provide a safer and more regulated industry.”
In addition to the opportunity to learn from the most highly regarded aesthetic plastic surgeons in the world, attendees of the ISAPS Symposium UK at CCR will be able to discover the very latest surgical equipment and solutions at the accompanying exhibition, to ensure their clinics are kitted out to the highest and most up-to-date spec.
With a focus on a holistic approach to aesthetic medicine, surgeons will also have access to the full agenda of free-of-charge non-surgical education at CCR and the opportunity to meet with the leading suppliers of non-surgical products and practice management solutions.
Francesca White, Tatler’s Health and Beauty Editor-at-Large, will once again be press ambassador for CCR and will use the opportunity to speak to the surgeons featured in the 2020 Tatler Cosmetic Surgery Guide. Francesca will be interviewing key opinion leaders and exhibitors during the event, as well as reporting on the latest news in the aesthetics industry.
CCR and the ISAPS Symposium UK 2021 will deliver the best of the best in content, demonstrations, new treatments and education for all medical aesthetic professionals on 14 and 15 October 2021 at ExCeL, London.
Register to attend today at www.ccrlondon.com