New norm for aesthetic practice in Covid era: a world view
Wed, Jun 10, 2020
at 6:00 PM
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
Now available to watch on demand.
This panel discussion will look at how the ongoing covid-19 pandemic has affected practice round the globe. The session will be chaired by FABS Programme Committee members Ash Mosahebi and Alwyn D'Souza.
The panellists will include:
- Katarina Andjelkov, Serbia
- Stephen Hamilton, UK
- Foued Hamza, France
- Foad Nahai, USA
Mr Mosahebi qualified at Guy's & St Thomas Medical school in London. His Plastic surgical training was in London Deanery in some of the largest & busiest hospitals in UK. He has had further specialist training in reconstructive & aesthetic surgery...
Alwyn D’Souza is the General Secretary of the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery and immediate past President of Facial Plastic Surgery UK. His clinical practice offers comprehensive services in facial plastic surgery, which include...
Stephen Hamilton qualified from the University of Glasgow Medical School in 1991. He obtained a Doctorate from the University College London in 2002 for research into new methods of diagnosing and treating the skin cancer melanoma at the RAFT...
Chair in Plastic Surgery at Emory University Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Internationally recognized as an he is editor in chief of the Aesthetic Surgery Journal, has co-authored 11 books including “The Art of Aesthetic Surgery” and published over 225 scientific articles. He has served as President of the American...
Consultant Plastic Surgeon, University of Belgrade, Belgrade Medical School
Katarina Andjelkov, MD PhD is an accomplished plastic and reconstructive surgeon.
After graduating medicine and completing the training in plastic and reconstructive surgery at the University of Belgrade, Serbia, she was trained in aesthetic...
Dr Hamza has been practising cosmetic surgery for over 20 years. He studied medicine in Tunisia and then moved to Paris to specialise in cosmetic surgery at renowned establishments including Foch, Henri-Mondor and Saint-Louis Hospitals.