At the end of last month, Jane and Kerri were honoured to be invited to the first Middle East International Dermatology & Aesthetic Medicine Conference in Dubai (MEIDAM) – the only Brits there. The aim of the conference was to introduce the latest developments in dermatology and aesthetics medicine, and in between the main sessions and practical workshops, the pair met with medical practitioners from around the world with whom they shared advice and knowledge.
The conference was hugely informative and the lectures were a great opportunity to get involved in discussions and exchanges with dermatologists, researchers, professors and surgeons. The pair came away not only with a lot of new contacts with specialists in dermatology and aesthetics, but also with a lot of information about new developments in dermatology and dermato surgery, which will be extremely helpful in planning future treatments for Skin to Love patients.
The highlight for Kerri was a workshop run by consultant dermatologist Dr Khaled Al Nuaimi about treating tired or ageing eyes with an advanced technique of injecting the area with Teosyal Redensity II. The Skin to Love Clinic already offers this treatment which meant that Jane was able to contribute a lot to the discussion – which is why the Conference’s Vice President Dr Saad Al Sogair had extended the invitation in the first place.
The lecture Jane found most interesting was ‘combining lasers and injectables for total facial rejuvenation’ which also covered advances in rejuvenating the eye area with non-ablative lasers. She will no doubt be doing more research into this subject over the next few weeks and months.
At the end of the conference, Jane was surprised – and thrilled! – to be awarded a certificate of appreciation from the organisers for her contribution towards the success of the event. As the only nurse amongst so many doctors and specialists, this kind of recognition was very special indeed.
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