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Anatomy For Injectors 2022
Date: Monday 6 June 2022
Location: Queensland University
On behalf of ASAPS, we thank you for your support of ASAPS Anatomy For Injectors 2022 (Previously known as the Anatomical Dissections & Cosmetic Procedures Workshop).
We look forward to warmly welcoming you to the event in June.
Dr Tim Papadopoulos
Proudly sponsored by
INTENSIVE CADAVER LAB WITH HANDS-ON, LIVE INJECTION WORKSHOP – Monday, 6 June 2022 in Brisbane, Australia
Highlights from 2019 event
Queensland University of Technology (QUT) – Medical Engineering Research Facility (MERF).
Anatomy For Injectors 2022 will take place at QUT MERF.
Address: QUT MERF, Staib Road, Chermside Qld 4032 (Within the Grounds of The Prince Charles Hospital).
Information on QUT MERF:
The Medical Engineering Research Facility (MERF) supports medical devices research and development cycle in a state-of-the-art QUT facility. QUT MERF enables cutting-edge research, and also supports health research advances at the Prince Charles Hospital
MERF have capabilities for preclinical studies, including post-explantation evaluation, and facilities for hands-on skills training for surgeons, theatre staff and sales personnel.
Backed by rigorous academic research from the Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, MERF provides preclinical research models in small and large animals for the assessment of new biomaterials, medical devices, implants and surgical techniques. We have a strong focus on applications in orthopaedics, but our capabilities extend to all clinical fields.
MERF provides a responsive service in a GLP-accredited environment, with well-established animal and cadaver research, and training models. Their dedicated team comprises international experts and includes surgeons, veterinary scientists and a quality assurance personnel.
Parking & Buses
Please see MAP of QUT below. Parking is available around the Medical Engineering Research Facility (MERF), however, please note parking is limited.
If you are driving, it is imperative to allow sufficient time to find parking at QUT MERF prior to the workshop commencing at 8.00am.
PULLMPULLMAN BRISBANE to QUT MERF – 18 November, Morning
QUT MERF to THE GOLD COAST (NON-SURGICAL SYMPOSIUM) – 18 November, Evening
Upon the conclusion of the workshop a bus transfer is available to transport all delegates attending the Non-Surgical Symposium from QUT MERF to the Gold Coast. This bus transfer must be pre-booked via this website as seats are limited.
Please note that the buses will only be stopping at Sofitel Gold Coast and The Star. If you are making alternative hotel arrangements you will need to make your own way from one of these hotel properties.
Please note that this event is an independent event from the Non-Surgical Symposium (NSS). If you wish to attend the NSS please note additional fees apply – nonsurgical.org.au
All fees are in Australian dollars inclusive of GST. This event is strictly limited to 60 places. Registration fees increase after 8 April 2022, as per table below.
|Registration Category||On or before 8 April||After 8 April|
|Non Member Doctors||$2,250||$2,550|
|ASAPS/ASCD/NZSCM Registered Nurse / Nurse Practitioner / Practice Staff or PRS Registrar||$1,050||$1,350|
|Non Member Registered Nurse / Nurse Practitioner /Practice Staff||$1,850||$2,150|
ASAPS/ASCD/NZSCM Member – anyone registering within this category must be a member with either ASAPS (Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons), Australasian Society of Cosmetic Dermatologists (ASCD) or NZSCM (New Zealand Society of Cosmetic Medicine). All registrations received under this category will be verified with the Societies.
Non Member Doctor – anyone registering within this category may be a General Practitioner, Dermatologist, Cosmetic Physician, Facial Plastic Surgeon (ENT), Ophthalmic Surgeon or Non-ASAPS Specialist Plastic Surgeon. For further verifications within this category, please contact Suzane Ali, ASAPS Executive Secretary on +61 2 9437 0495 or email [email protected]
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Trainees – anyone registering within this category must be training in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS). All registrations received under this category will be verified.
ASAPS/ASCD/NZSCM Registered Nurse / Nurse Practitioner – anyone registering within this category must have their registration verified by an ASAPS, ASCD or NZSCM member in active practice. Your registration will not be confirmed until we have received verification.
ASAPS/ASCD/NZSCM Practice Staff – anyone registering within this category must have their registration verified by an ASAPS, ASCD or NZSCM member in active practice. Your registration will not be confirmed until we have received verification.
Non-Member Registered Nurse/Nurse Practitioner – anyone registering within this category must have their registration verified by a General Practitioner in active practice. Your registration will not be confirmed until we have received verification
Non-Member Practice Staff – anyone registering within this category must have their registration verified by a General Practitioner in active practice. Your registration will not be confirmed until we have received verification.
Registration cancellations received up to Friday 6 May 2022 will receive a full refund, less $300.00 administration fee. No refunds will be given for registration cancellations received after Friday 6 May 2022 . As an alternative to cancellation, registrations may be transferred to another person (for the same registration category) before Friday 6 May 2022 without receiving any extra cost penalty. The members of the ASAPS Council and The Production House Events do not accept any liability for any losses incurred pre, post or during the Workshop due to unforeseen cancellation or postponement. In the event of the Workshop being cancelled, no refunds will be issued. All available funds will be credited towards a future workshop/s held by ASAPS.
Terms and Conditions
The products, procedures, publications and information (material) disseminated at this meeting, workshop and or course are not to be regarded as being endorsed by, or representing the official opinions of, the Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS). The material should not be used or treated as professional advice and should never be used as a substitute for the skill, knowledge and experience of a qualified medical professional. You should rely on your own enquires in making any decisions concerning the health or interests of yourself or your patients. ASAPS disclaim any liability for the quality, accuracy, relevancy or currency of any material. Any photographs, images and videos taken during the NSS is a property of the ASAPS and will be used on ASAPS social media outlets including websites and printed material promoting meetings managed by the ASAPS. If you do not wish your photograph, image and or videos to be used for ASAPS promotional purposes please advise in writing to The Production House Events.
The best anatomist and injectables experts will transfer their knowledge on personal basic and advanced techniques. We are proud to have the following leading experts present at our Workshop:
*Speakers coming soon
- small group cadaver dissections and practical injections
- videos, lectures & talks
- hands-on demonstrations
- live demonstrations
Group 1: Morning: anatomy lectures and videos
Group 2: Morning: live dissection and techniques on cadaver – face, neck focusing on danger zones in small groups, with a rotation every 20-30’
Group 1: Afternoon: live dissection and techniques on cadaver – face, neck focusing on danger zones, in small groups, with a rotation every 20-30’
Group 2: Afternoon: anatomy lectures and videos
For each post:
- the instructor performs the dissection of the dedicated location on one hemiface. Then, time permitting, dissection is performed by the attendees on the other hemiface and neck.
- each participant injects in that respective region under supervision and guidance by an expert
COFFEE BREAKS AND LUNCHES INCLUDED
- Combination of fresh cadaver dissections, hands-on as well as live demonstrations on basic and advanced techniques
- Focus on levels, zones and plans for technical practice purposes
- Facial ageing
- Facial “high risk” and “low risk” zones
- Facial layers
- Fatty tissues (superficial and deep fat compartments)
- Relationship to bone and dermo-epidermic level
- Danger to important structures, mainly the facial artery and venous systems and nerves
The Pullman Hotel, Brisbane
Pullman King George Square
Pullman King George Square: $215 Room Only
Check in: 2pm
Check out: Before the workshop
All rooms cancelled less than 30 days prior to arrival are subject to a cancellation fee of the full length of the cancelled booking, to the applicable credit card provided at the time of booking.
If the event must be cancelled, all accommodation bookings will be cancelled without penalty.
If hotel guests are in a lockdown area or the hotel goes into a lockdown directed by the Government, then the hotel will refund the full accommodation amount to the guest.
All reservations must be guaranteed with a valid credit card at time of booking. This does not constitute as payment.
Cash/EFTPOS Deposit Policy
Upon check in, a payment for accommodation is required in full (if not prepaid in advance), plus an additional $100.00 AUD per night to guarantee incidental costs. After settlement of the bill, any remaining funds will be returned to the guest who supplied the photo identification; providing there is no outstanding amount owed. Please note also; a valid form of photo identification must also be supplied upon check in.
Credit Card Policy
Upon check in, a pre-authorisation is required to guarantee the accommodation in full (if not prepaid in advance), plus an additional $100.00 AUD per night to guarantee incidental costs. After settlement of the bill, any remaining funds will generally be released between 5-10 working days, depending on the credit card and individual bank policies.
This educational activity has been approved in the RACS CPD Program. RACS Fellows, Specialist International Medical Graduates (SIMGs) and surgeons participating in the RACS CPD Program can claim one point per hour in Educational Activities..
Participation in this activity will be entered into your RACS CPD which can be accessed through ehub.