ACCS CPSA Conference celebrates ten years

The Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery/Cosmetic Physicians Society of Australia (ACCS CPSA) Conference celebrates ten years this year.

Since its inception a decade ago attendance at the conference has grown from 80 to over 500 last year. “This growth has paralleled the growth in the specialised field of cosmetic medicine and surgery across the globe,” said the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery (ACCS) President, Dr Daniel Fleming. “Standards of practice in Australia are as good as any in the world and practitioners’ commitment to ongoing education is one of the main reasons for this. Attendance at this conference is evidence of [a practitioner’s] commitment to quality and providing the best and safest solutions for patients. Whether you are a cosmetic physician cosmetic surgeon, plastic surgeon, nurse or paramedical professional the college salutes this commitment,” he said.

Keynote speakers will include:
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon (UK), Dr Paul E. Banwell who lectures on wound healing and skin cancer worldwide.
Plastic Surgeon (Australia), Dr Ian Holten.
Specialist Dermatologists (Spain), Dr Antonio Campo Voegeli and (Belgium), Dr Koen De Boulle.
Plastic Surgeon (USA), Dr Michael A. Kane on lectures on non-surgical facial rejuvenation.
Csometic Surgeon (USA), Dr Tony Mangubat.
Plastic Surgeon (Canada), Dr Steven Mulholland, a recognised authority on minimally invasive cosmetic procedures.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon (Singapore) Dr Marco Faria Correa a Brazilian surgeon based in Singapore who is a worldwide pioneer in endoscopic plastic surgery.
Assistant Clinical Instructor, Department of Medicine UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine (USA), Dr Alexander Rivkin.
Aesthetic Physician (France) Dr Sandrine Sebban who has 14 years experience in the broad spectrum of aesthetics.
Cosmetic Surgeon (London), Dr Maurizio Viel a specialist in maxillo facial surgery.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon (France), Dr Pierre Fournier who developed the syringe technique of liposculpture, popularised the inflatable breast prosthesis.

The conference will showcase over 50 exhibitors in the fields of cosmeceuticals, technology, injectables, anaesthetics, implants, paralytic agents, and pharmaceuticals.

The conference will be held at Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, at Darling Harbour on Wednesday 6 May through to Saturday 9 May.

For more information contact: www.iceaustralia.com/accs2009

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