Last week our Consultant Dermatologist, Dr Sharon Crichlow, was away at the Annual Meeting of the British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) on the sunny banks of the River Mersey, Liverpool. The annual BAD meeting allows dermatologists from all over the UK to continue their learning, discuss hot topics and listen to key-note lecturers on topics such as ‘cosmetics 2019-what’s hot, what’s not’, ‘hyperhidrosis’ and ‘the management of acne scarring in 2019’.
At the Clinic, the entire team prioritise continuous learning so that they can bring the latest research and findings to their patients and they understand the importance of keeping abreast of the ever-evolving field of dermatology and aesthetic medicine. Here’s what Dr Crichlow had to say about her 3-day trip:
“I’ve just returned from the 99th annual meeting of the British Association of Dermatologists which was held at the ACC in the gorgeous Albert Docks area of Liverpool. In between learning about the story of the Beatles and sampling the local cuisine, I did find some time to attend several meetings- they were outstanding! My brain is sizzling after 3 days of talks- I’ve learnt more about the science of skin ageing, alternative treatments for melasma, hair loss, acne scarring, nail infections and miscellaneous skin diseases. I was also part of the judging panel for posters submitted to the meeting highlighting recent studies and case reports that influence how we manage dermatological conditions. Medicine is an ever- advancing science and staying up to date means that I can be sure that I am offering you the very best service. I look forward to sharing these new ideas with you.”
Dr Crichlow graduated from the University of the West Indies with a medical degree in 1998 and completed her Specialist Dermatology training in 2008 in Leicester. She has been a highly valued member of The Skin to Love Clinic medical and aesthetic team since 2013 and is popular with patients because of her thorough and caring manner. Learn more about Dr Crichlow here.
If you would like to see a private dermatologist in Hertfordshire, please contact our St. Albans skin clinic for availability.
Disclaimer: This blog is not to be used for diagnostic purposes. We are all unique which means that our results, recovery and suitability for any type of treatment will vary. Always seek the advice of a professional should you have any health or cosmetic concerns or to discuss treatments specifically for you.
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