The importance of training in minimally invasive cosmetic procedures is essential to insure safe outcomes for patients. Board certification in the appropriate specialty is one way to improve aesthetic outcomes. Meetings that consider appropriate residency training for admission can help achieve this goal.
From the *Department of Dermatology, Tulane Medical School, New Orleans, La.; and †Department of Dermatology, California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, Calif.
Presented at the The Cosmetic Bootcamp meeting, Aspen, Colo., July 8-11, 2016.
Received for publication April 12, 2016; accepted October 12, 2016.
Disclosure: Drs. Lupo and Narukar are the cofounders of Cosmetic Boot Camp. The Article Processing Charge for this proceeding was paid for by Allergan plc, as part of an unrestricted educational grant to support the entire Cosmetic Boot Camp 2016 Supplement. Allergan plc had no involvement in the production, selection, or review of this proceeding supplement.
Cosmetic Bootcamp:PRS Global Open proudly publishes the proceedings from The Cosmetic Bootcamp July 2016 meeting that was held in the St Regis Resort in Aspen, Colorado on July 8-11th, 2016.
Mary P. Lupo, MD, FAAD, Department of Dermatology, Tulane Medical School, New Orleans, La., E-mail: DrLupo@DrMaryLupo.com
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