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Needle phobia, or trypanophobia, can be a barrier for patients interested in certain aesthetic treatments. This article explores what causes a needle phobia, how it manifests and how it differs from a normal fear of pain. Ways of managing the condition, and the alternatives to needles will be...
In recent years, there has been a cultural shift towards greater acknowledgement of the effects of menopause on women's health, wellbeing and their relationships at both work and home, and an awareness of the very acute need for these symptoms to be monitored and addressed holistically as and...
Obesity is a serious problem on a personal, societal and global level. Some individuals are able to lose weight using diet and exercise alone, but others require additional intervention from healthcare professionals. Following her talk at ACE Conference, Sandy Green explores the issue of obesity...
As part of our Ethics in Aesthetics campaign, we asked for submissions on the topic of ethical practice in aesthetics. In this article, Natalie Haswell suggests that a lack of regulation in this sector enables a minority of practitioners to practice unethically, and explores some of the key...
For those in favour of regulation of the field of medical aesthetics, it seems that change is often promised, but it is too slow in coming. While this sector of medicine remains unregulated, patients may be at risk. In this article, Helena Collier discusses the need for regulation in medical...
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...
Taking the time to meet with peers to discuss issues and reflect on practice is an essential part of continuing professional development. PIAPA is committed to holding opportunities for such reflection. In this article, Yvonne Senior, Linda Mather and Sarah Barker discuss some of the recent...
In April, thousands of aesthetic nurses and doctors flocked to Monaco to participate in the Aesthetic and Anti-Aging Medicine World Congress (AMWC) 2019. Here, Betsy Fitzgerald, who attended the conference on behalf of the journal, reflects on this year's highlights
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