Interested in what potential changes are afoot for the cosmetic surgery industry?

The Keogh Report into the industry was published last April and now it’s time to take a look at the Government’s response to the recommendations laid out in the report.

Westminster Briefings are events produced by The House Magazine, the weekly business publication for the Houses of Parliament. It takes an in-depth view of policy and legislation and the effect they will have.

On 15 May, Westminster Briefings are holding an event to examine the Government’s response and it will also take a look at what future cosmetic regulations to expect. In the afternoon session, the emphasis will be on providing guidelines on how to provide patients with a high standard of care from professionals committed to delivering ‘safe and sustainable services to patients’.

The even will take place from 11am to 3.30pm and is open to anyone working in the cosmetic industry from medical practitioners to clinic managers and counsellors, legal services professionals and Clinical Service Directors.

The list of confirmed speakers include Sally Taber, director of IHAS, Sharron Brown, board member of the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses, Simon Withey, consultant plastic surgeon, Christina Braithwaite, Director of Standards and Policy at the Professional Standards Authority, and Noel Griffin, team leader of Public Health Policy and Strategy at the Department of Health.

If you’re interested in finding out more, go to their website.