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Understanding habit formation is the foundation of many marketing and safety campaigns. In this article, Jason Ratcliffe discusses the four rules of habit formation, and explores some instances where they can be ethically applied to both your clients and your staff
A relatively recent change to UK inheritance law has made it even more important that those who own businesses draw up a Will. Having no plans in place could mean that some survivors are left with nothing. In this article, Angharad Lynn, Solicitor at VWV Law, explains the changes to the law, and...
After 15 years as Chair of the Private Independent Aesthetic Practices Association (PIAPA), Yvonne Senior has announced her retirement from the role. Here, she reflects on founding the organisation and her time as Chair, and thanks all those who have participated in PIAPA's work so far
In this regular feature, aesthetic nurse Claudia McGloin presents a brief synopsis of a range of recently published articles on medical aesthetics. Research roundup aims to provide an overview, rather than a detailed summary and critique, of the papers selected. Should you wish to look at any of...
It was recently announced that the Netherlands will be the first European country to welcome aesthetic medicine as a medical specialty from July 2019. This will undoubtedly result in greater regulation of the field, ensuring patient safety. In this article, Helena Collier asks why the UK can't...
The UK market is saturated with aesthetic clinics, so businesses need to demonstrate that they are doing something special if they are to stay afloat among the competition. Claire Hool, former Operations Manager for Centros Unico, explores what needs to be considered if you are to succeed in the...
2018 saw much change and lively debate in the field of aesthetic medicine. In this article, David Sines, Executive Chair of the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP), rounds up last year's work, and sets out key areas of focus for the group in 2019
When tackling signs of ageing, a holistic approach is required. Focusing on some areas of the face and neglecting others can leave the face looking unbalanced, and can mitigate the effects of treatment. One area that is sometimes overlooked by patients and practitioners alike is the jawline....
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