Dr Ayham Al-Ayoubi
This course is run by The Barts and the London’s Academic Plastic Surgery Group, based at The Centre for Cutaneous Research (CCR) at The Blizard Institute (BICMS).
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.
Dr Ayham Al-Ayoubi has enjoyed listening to Dr Andriano Santorelli about starting in Aesthetic Medicine. Dr Santorelli is the director of Aesthetic Medicine at Health Park Clinic and consultant Plastic Surgeon at Grimaldi Hospital Naples, Italy.
Mr Ali Ghanem’s lecture about "Platlet Rich Plasma in Aesthetic Medicine" has generated a huge interest amongst surgeons and audience with the controversial views about this latest aesthetic treatment.
Dr Ayham Al-Ayoubi has also enjoyed listening to Dr Joney de Suza who lectured about Aesthetic Cosmeceuticals’ Protocols. Dr J de Suza is qualified in occupational medicine located in Brazil.
Dr Ayham Al-Ayoubi was interested to learn about the latest Laser Applications in Aesthetic Medicine by Dr Gerardo Malzone, who has a specialist interest in Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic and works at Sapienza University in Rome, Italy.
Dr Ayham Al-Ayoubi enjoyed listening to Lorna Bowes who talked about Evolution of Aesthetic Office Based Peels. Ms Bowes has over 20 years of experience as a lecturer and aesthetic practitioner in skin care and peels. She is a founding member of the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses and is currently a Consultant Editor of the Journal of Aesthetic Nursing.
Dr Ayham Al-Ayoubi, 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 enable students to progress at a pace that fits around their daily commitments with set assignment submission deadlines during the academic year facilitating planning.
Dr Ayham Al-Ayoubi, the teaching content provide students with a strong scientific background to aesthetic medicine including skin physiology and hair biology. A sound knowledge base developes in basic and advanced techniques such as Anti-Wrinkle Injections, 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 the practice. There will be crucial hands-on training through four clinical days within the 2 year academic period.
Accompanying lectures will help students evaluate their practice and consolidate learning they have been undertaking throughout the year.
Dr Ayham Al-Ayoubi, Queen Mary postgraduate course provides high-quality and relevant programmes of study giving the very best out of student time, who will graduate with an enhanced set of skills and knowledge that is extremely attractive to employers.
Dr Ayham Al-Ayoubi, Alongside seminars and lectures, Queen Mary postgraduate course offers first class research and transferable skills training, dedicated postgraduate-only spaces, and opportunities to present and discuss students work – both with the peers and at international conferences.
Last year, 3,551 postgraduate students following taught programmes or registered for research with students from 125 countries.
Integrated and secure living and studying environments on both the Mile End and Charterhouse Square campuses.
Dr Ayham Al-Ayoubi, the Group, which includes other top universities such as Oxford, Cambridge and UCL, attracts the brightest students from all over the world as well as almost two thirds of available research funding in the UK.
The exceptional standards of research and teaching at Russell Group universities means that their graduates are especially valued by employers, giving them a head start when they apply for jobs or further study.
Dr Ayham Al-Ayoubi, Academic schools and departments are structured across three faculties: Humanities and Social Sciences, Science and Engineering, and Medicine and Dentistry. As well as the facilities and resources provided by school or department, students are able to make use of resources provided at a faculty level – from additional study spaces to informal networking events.
The faculty structure enables the fruitful exchange of ideas and cross-disciplinary collaboration. For example, research centres often draw on the expertise of people with common interests yet who belong to different academic schools.
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