Programme: 2023 London

SEASON 2023 in London offers unique opportunities for individualised, interactive and hands-on learning on all aspects of aesthetic medicine. Our stellar global faculty offers the most cutting-edge concepts, and everything you need to know about what’s on our horizon.

The SEASON Cadaver Workshop is unique in providing individualised, hands-on-training with both state-of-the-art ultrasound and real-time 3D imaging. SEASON’s structured practical testing (modified Objective Structured Practical Examination) before and after the cadaver course enables you to truly assess your gains in knowledge of face and body anatomy.

Our theme for SEASON 2023 in London is Aesthetic Myth-Busters.

Day 1

Friday, 9 June: 8:45 AM–5:30 PM [CPD-Accredited]
Hands-On Cadaver Workshop with Face and Body Anatomy, Imaging and Procedural Training
Gordon Museum of Pathology, King’s College London

  • Hands-on Cadaver Dissection of the Face and Body with Ultrasound Imaging.
  • Cadaver Injection and Threads Practice.
  • Surface & Layered Anatomy including Fat Compartments, Facial Muscles, Ligaments and Blood Vessels.
  • Key Techniques for Fillers, Toxins and Threads.
  • Tips and Tricks for approaching Anatomical Danger Zones.
  • Avoidance and Management of Filler, Toxin and Threads Complications.
  • Lunch & Learn Symposium.
  • Pre- and Post-Activity Structured Examinations to Assess Anatomy Knowledge.

Day 2

Saturday, 10 June 2023: 9:00 AM–5:30 PM [CPD-Accredited]
Science Gallery, King’s College London

  • SEASON Journal Club—Anatomy Deep Dive
  • Regenerative Medicine Myths, Dreams & Reality including PRP, Fat Grafting, Epigenetics, Exosomes, Gene Therapy, Stem Cells, Evidence vs. Marketing
  • Lunch & Learn Symposium.
  • SEASON Science from the Source Debates on Fillers, Toxins and Lasers & Lights.
  • Trans and Gender Diverse Patients.
  • Speed Dating with Threads.
  • Conference Dinner Reception with viewing of scientific posters.

Day 3

Sunday, 11 June 2023: 8:45 AM–3:45 PM [CPD-Accredited]
Science Gallery, King’s College London

  • The Ethics of Aesthetics.
  • Wound Healing and Scar Management.
  • Unmet Needs in Injectables and Lasers.
  • Skin of Colour.
  • Fillers, Toxins and Lasers: What Went Wrong?
  • Socially Unacceptable? Social Media Skincare Myth Busters.
  • Lunch & Learn Symposium.
  • New Technologies On Our Horizon.