2018 Sclerotherapy Conference – Win a Free Place!
The date is confirmed as Tuesday 15th May 2018, at Dorney Lake Conference Centre near Windsor.
To promote the event the BAS held a competition to win a free place at the conference. The competition closed on 15th March, and the winner will be announced shortly.
All registrations will be automatically entered in the competition.
The conference will address the CPD CME needs of everyone offering microsclerotherapy or foam treatments, from aesthetics newcomers to vascular consultants, and the BAS CPD certificates are accepted by GMC and NMC as evidence for appraisal and revalidation. This stimulating day will offer presentations from industry experts, demonstrations by some of today’s most experienced practitioners, and breakout refresher sessions in areas like resuscitation and anaphylaxis.
A delegate who attended the last conference summed up the feedback saying “Very informative content, high quality speakers, good mixture of content for both medical and nursing staff. Superb venue.”
Consultant Vascular Surgeon Mr Philip Coleridge Smith, the President of the Association, says “We’re delighted to have secured Dorney Lake Conference Centre once again; Dorney Lake is a world class sporting and events venue with an inspiring Olympic heritage. Convenient to Heathrow airport and major motorways, we hope delegates from throughout the UK and Ireland will enjoy updating and developing their sclerotherapy skills and networking with peers. With not more than 80 delegates, we can accommodate everyone’s questions and discussions. An interesting and enlightening programme is in the pipeline; keep an eye on the website for updates, or follow us on Twitter.”
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