Have created a first of its kind ‘Virtual platform’ to enable aesthetic professionals access to world class continuing education and online learning. MyFaceMyBody is a member of the CPD Certification Service and has developed practical and informative workshops that have up to 70 CPD credits that will be presented at the Global Virtual Aesthetic Summit (GVAS).
The CPD Certification Service was established in 1996 as the leading independent CPD accreditation institution operating across industry sectors to complement the Continuing Professional Development policies of professional institutes and academic bodies. The CPD Certification Service provides support, advice and recognised independent CPD accreditation compatible with global CPD principles.
The importance of continued personal development in the Medical Industry has become a key focus within the Aesthetic Marketplace. It is essential that HCPs maintain a high standard of continued education to support their skills and development.
At GVAS we believe in providing the highest standard of education and have invested in ensuring we can deliver high level CPD / CME qualifying educational sessions.
GVAS is proud to now be a recognized provider and CPD accredited member in the UK. This means that our education has met the highest national and global standards for CPD accreditation, and is a recognized by many international medical bodies, to support the continued professional development for all our delegates.
To be awarded CPD accreditation points the healthcare professional MUST complete the feedback form. On receipt the CPD certificate will be dispatched
As GVAS is a Global conference, different regions have different accreditation formats. We continue to work with all to ensure that our education is recognized throughout the world.
To ensure revalidation within the UK, health care professionals must undertake a mandatory substantial number of hours of continued development. Depending on your specialty, this varies.
For Nurses this is 35 hours to be collected over 3 years, for Doctors and Dentists, this must be 150 hours collected over a 5-year period.
Although a proportion of this is self-reflective, by GVAS gaining CPD certification, it means that the presentations and education we provide have met the highest standard of education which is recognized in line with CME and Global standards.
To be awarded CPD accreditation points the HCP MUST complete the feedback form. On receipt the CPD certificate will be dispatched
CME Courses Sponsored by X-Medica – is an industry leader in developing innovative, educational programs designed to support continuous learning for today’s physicians and other health care professionals. Our goal is to provide our users with objective, well-balanced material for a variety of aesthetic treatments.
Description: The technology for nonsurgical skin tightening continues to improve and there are many options including microfocused ultrasound (MFU). MFU requires understanding of the specific technology, proven treatment protocols and proper patient selection. This course will review MFU and incudes a video demonstration.Read More
Faculty: Sabrina Fabi, MD and Julius Few,
MD Grant sponsors: This course is supported by an educational grant from Merz
Total time: 82 min or 1.25- 1.5 hrs. of CME credit
Description: This course will review the use of combination therapy with facial injectables and advanced IPL and RF treatments on a multi-application platform. The faculty will review their approach to using energy in concert with facial injectables for maximum benefit while maintaining patient safety.Read More
Faculty: Amy Lewis, MD & David Goldberg,
MD Grant sponsors: This course is supported by an educational grant from Lumenis, Galderma
There will be two lectures:
Total time: 75 min or 1.25 hrs. of CME credit
Description: This course will review new clinical data examining collagen stimulation when using absorbable suspension sutures. A patient demo is also includedRead More
Faculty: David Goldberg, MD & Yael Halaas, MD
Grant sponsor: This course is supported by an educational grant from Sinclair
Demo with discussion: Halaas & Goldberg
Total Time: 1 hr. of CME credit
Description: This course will review different techniques currently used for fat harvesting/transfer.Read More
Grant Sponsor: This session is supported by an educational grant from Alma
Faculty: Dan Friedmann,
Total Time: 1 hour of CME
Description: Traditional processing methods for fat transfer, such as decanting and centrifugation, may result in inconsistent results due to the lack of long-term survival of the injected fat. Recent advances of fat purification and filtration prior to injection have been demonstrated to result in enhanced longevity and more predictable outcomes by eliminating lipid oils and blood cells that may negatively affect the viability of the fat graft. This presentation will present recent scientific and clinical data demonstrating the improved processing and viability of fat in transfer procedures.Read More
Grant Sponsor: Suneva Medical
Faculty: Miles Graivier, MD
Demo: 30 min
Total Time: 0.5 hours of CME
CME Courses Provided by Paradigm (you can register at the Paradigm virtual booth for these complementary courses). Paradigm is a premier medical education provider serving the specialty of aesthetic medicine. Since 2009, they have designed and implemented more than 400 national and international live and enduring activities on noninvasive injectable agents (including soft tissue fillers, neuromodulators) and technologies (including energy-based skin and tissue tightening/lifting and cellulite management).
Description: Due to rapid, ongoing progress, clinicians in aesthetic medicine are challenged to keep ahead of the curve with evolving techniques and an ever-increasing array of available products for aesthetic rejuvenation and remodeling. To conduct appropriate patient assessments and create individualized treatment plans that offer optimal results, these clinicians also need a thorough understanding of the effects of aging in the skin and deeper tissues as they relate to aesthetic rejuvenation and remodeling throughout the body. This activity will provide participants with a review of the anatomy and pathophysiology of aging; nuances of patient assessment; mechanisms of action, efficacy, and safety of injectable biostimulatory soft tissue fillers and hyaluronic acid fillers; strategies for individualizing treatment based on anatomic assessment, patient goals, and agent characteristics; and advanced techniques for selecting appropriate combinations of agents for optimal aesthetic body rejuvenation and remodeling.Read More
Disclosure of Commercial Support
This activity is supported by an educational grant from Galderma Laboratories, L.P.
Total Time: 0.75 hours of CME
Clinicians in aesthetic medicine face the constant challenge of keeping ahead of the curve with evolving techniques and a broadening array of available products. In addition, to conduct appropriate patient assessments and create optimal treatment plans, they need an understanding of the effects of aging in the skin and deeper tissues, as they relate to aesthetic rejuvenation. This activity will provide participants with expert recommendations on the key characteristics of collagen-stimulating soft tissue fillers and how to apply best practices for aesthetic medicine, including integration of novel approaches and individualization based on anatomic assessment, extent of aging, and patient goals.Read More
Disclosure of Commercial Support
This activity is supported by an educational grant from Merz North America, Inc.
Total Time: 1 hour of CME
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