Queen Mary University of London Aesthetic Medicine

Queen Mary University of London Aesthetic Medicine

Queen Mary University of London Aesthetic Medicine

Aesthetic Medicine

MSc ( 2 years Part-time Distance Learning)

 

 

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Overview

Postgraduate Open Afternoon

Applications are processed upon receipt. The deadline for applications is 14th July, however we reserve the right to receive further applications after the deadline and make decisions on those accordingly. Subject to places being available, we may re-open the course.

This is the first Aesthetic Medicine masters programme within the UK focusing on non-operative techniques and is open to a variety of clinicians such as Doctors, Dentists and Nurses. The distance learning modules will enable students to progress at a pace that fits around their daily commitments with set assignment submission deadlines during the academic year facilitating planning.

The teaching content will provide students with a strong scientific background to aesthetic medicine including skin physiology and hair biology. A sound knowledge base will be developed in basic and advanced techniques such as Botox, fillers, dermarollers, lasers and cosmeceuticals.

The importance of evidence-based practice will be developed through critique of aesthetic literature and synthesis of balanced views, impacting on your practice. There will be crucial hands-on training through four clinical days within the two year academic period. Accompanying lectures will help students evaluate their practice and consolidate learning they have been undertaking throughout the year.

Why study Aesthetic Medicine at Queen Mary?

This course run by the Barts and the London’s Academic Plastic Surgery Group is based at the Centre for Cutaneous Research (CCR) at the Blizard Institute. The CCR is composed of the academic unit of Dermatology and the Cancer Research UK Skin Tumour Laboratory, and is one of the largest cutaneous research centres in Europe. Hence this group has a strong academic and research background and will be able to provide strong support for students undertaking this programme.

For more information please contact:

academic-plastics@qmul.ac.uk

Aesthetic Medicine

Postgraduate Certificate ( 1 year Part-time Distance Learning )

QUICK LINKS:

Overview

Postgraduate Open Afternoon

Applications are processed upon receipt. The deadline for applications is 14th July, however we reserve the right to receive further applications after the deadline and make decisions on those accordingly. Subject to places being available, we may re-open the course.

The Aesthetic Medicine programme focuses on non-operative techniques and is open to a variety of clinicians such as Doctors, Dentists and Nurses. The distance learning modules will enable students to progress at a pace that fits around their daily commitments with set assignment submission deadlines during the academic year facilitating planning.

The teaching content will provide students with a strong scientific background to aesthetic medicine including skin physiology and hair biology. A sound knowledge base will be developed in basic and advanced techniques such as Botox, fillers, dermarollers, lasers and cosmeceuticals.

The importance of evidence-based practice will be developed through critique of aesthetic literature and synthesis of balanced views, impacting on your practice. There will be crucial hands-on training through  two clinical days within the one year academic period. Accompanying lectures will help students evaluate their practice and consolidate learning they have been undertaking throughout the year.

Why study Aesthetic Medicine at Queen Mary?

This course run by the Barts and the London’s Academic Plastic Surgery Group is based at the Centre for Cutaneous Research (CCR) at the Blizard Institute. The CCR is composed of the academic unit of Dermatology and the Cancer Research UK Skin Tumour Laboratory, and is one of the largest cutaneous research centres in Europe. Hence this group has a strong academic and research background and will be able to provide strong support for students undertaking this programme.

For more information please contact:

academic-plastics@qmul.ac.uk