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The Aesthetic Business Conference announces its medicolegal speakers for 2023
The sixth Hamilton Fraser Aesthetic Business Conference will be held on 19 September at the iconic grade one listed Royal College of Physicians, in their award-winning conference centre overlooking Regent’s Park. It will be an all-day in-person event running from 8.30 am until 5.30 pm.
New for 2023, the Aesthetics Business Conference 2023 will be focusing on key medicolegal topics helping aesthetic practitioners navigate upcoming industry legislative changes and regulation.
In association with the JCCP, a number of key industry experts have been handpicked to provide the best supporting advice to practitioners on how they can make sure that they remain compliant and support their patients and businesses through the changes.
ABC’s medicolegal sessions cover several topics including tax, legislation, regulation and insurance. You can read more about the speakers and their areas of expertise in ABC’s speaker announcements below.
Professor David Sines CBE, Chair of the JCCP, discusses the design and implementation of a new system of governance and licensing in England
Hamilton Fraser is delighted to announce Professor David Sines as speaker at its dedicated business conference for aesthetic practitioners.
Professor Sines will lead this year’s medicolegal session on the theme of public protection and ‘the design and implementation of a new system of governance and licensing in England’. Professor Sines is the leading national expert on the new regulations, so come along to ABC to learn all you need to know about the latest legislation and find out what you can do to prepare.
Best known in the aesthetics industry for his role as Chair of the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP), Professor Sines has been commended for his pioneering work in advancing the art of science of nursing and community care and was awarded a CBE in 2010 for ‘services to health care’. He has held numerous roles including four Secretary of State appointments and several senior positions in academia, as well as leading the national review on education and training standards for the non-surgical sector in England, and has maintained a lifelong commitment to governance and public protection.
Sarah Clover, Barrister of Kings Chambers, discusses the future of licensing following the Health and Care Act 2022
We are delighted to announce Sarah Clover as an expert licensing speaker at ABC 2023. Sarah is one of the leading barristers in the country in licensing, having been involved in some of the most important cases in the last decade, and is a pioneer in this modern licensing regime. Sarah is nationally recognised as an expert in this field.
With licensing change on the horizon for practitioners, Sarah discusses the future of licensing in the aesthetics sector, what practitioners can expect and how to make sure they remain compliant.
Eddie Hooker, Founder and CEO of Hamilton Fraser, covers the importance of insurance in the aesthetics sector
Hamilton Fraser’s very own CEO and Founder, Eddie Hooker will lead this year’s medicolegal session on ‘the importance of insurance in the aesthetics sector’. Hamilton Fraser was the first provider to offer medical malpractice insurance specific to the cosmetic sector in 1996, and as Founder and CEO, Eddie’s experience is unparalleled.
An accomplished speaker who regularly offers support, advice and education to practitioners and as an industry commentator, Eddie is passionate about continuing to raise standards in the sector. Come along to ABC to meet Eddie, learn why you need insurance and how you can reduce your risks, and share in his infectious enthusiasm for the aesthetics sector.
Join our experts for a medicolegal panel session
In addition to expert individual speakers, Eddie Hooker will be chairing a medicolegal panel session at this year’s ABC with key industry specialists to discuss the Government consultation for the new non-surgical cosmetic license in England and new licensing proposals. Practitioners will have the opportunity to ask their own individual questions on the new regulation, government proposals and upcoming licensing.
The panel includes:
The sixth Aesthetics Business Conference will be held on 19 September at the iconic grade one listed Royal College of Physicians, in their award-winning conference centre overlooking Regent’s Park. It will be an all-day in-person CPD accredited event running from 9:00 am until 5.30 pm.
For more information and to secure your ticket, visit www.aestheticsbusinessconference.co.uk
For 10% off your ABC 2023 ticket use discount code CONSULTINGROOM10.