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Health Education England Seeks Views on Qualifications Required for Non-Surgical Cosmetic Procedures

Health Education England (HEE) has announced that they are working with regulators and royal colleges to conduct a review of the qualifications required for non-surgical cosmetic procedures.

The review, which is one of the outcomes of the review of cosmetic interventions led by Professor Sir Bruce Keogh, hopes to establish current opinion within the sector on the need for practitioners of non-surgical cosmetic procedures to be properly qualified. To inform this review, HEE are asking all interested parties to contribute to a ‘Call for Evidence’.

The paper they have produced, which can be found here, asks a range of questions on topics such as, the curriculum content, teaching and learning methods that should be used and whether current courses should be recognised / accredited.

All interested parties, including professional bodies, royal colleges, regulatory bodies, insurers, journals and training providers are being asked to contribute their views by emailing cosmetics@nwl.hee.nhs.uk


Jan 20, 2014 08:26 AM
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