AAFPRS Masters of Facial Plastic Surgery offers timely clinical guidance, practice management ideas, and global networking opportunities. Hear what Dr Jennifer Levine, co-chair from New York City, has to say about this event.
The Educational and Research Foundation for the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS) has launched a brand new virtual learning experience called AAFPRS Masters of Facial Plastic Surgery. The live stream sessions start Thursday, May 13 and end Sunday, May 16, from 8:30 am to 11:45 pm ET. On-demand recordings are also accessible through Wednesday, June 30.
AAFPRS Masters of Facial Plastic Surgery was created to provide timely clinical guidance, practice management ideas, and the opportunity to network with colleagues in the specialty from across the globe.
Rhinoplasty and facial rejuvenation guest experts will cover the latest trends and technologies through a series of interactive panel discussions. Topics of discussion will include, The New Normal: Practice Management—Responses to COVID-19; Innovations in Facial Aesthetics; New Aspects of Dorsal Preservation and Tip Surgery; Global Perspectives on Ethnic Rhinoplasty; Latest In Hair Restoration: From Transdermals to Transplants; “Let’s Get Social” Lunch & Learn: Tips and Tricks to Increase and Improve Your Online Presence; Fillers: New Trends, Safety, Complications and Controversies; Contemporary Approach to Cartilage Grafting Techniques; and much more.
The program offers a maximum of 36 AMA PRA Category 1 credits. To read more about this new virtual experience, guest panelists, and/or register for the event, visit the website.