Papers with original work are encouraged.
Trainees are required, during the period of their training, to present at least one paper in the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine.
The Logbook is designed to document trainees' acquisition of skills and monitor their progress throughout training. It assists the trainee and his/her supervisors to:
a) Monitor the acquisition of skills and
b) Identify those skill areas which require more exposure.
They must be satisfactorily completed and submitted with applications prior to the Viva Examination.
Professionalism involves both privileges and responsibilities. The community recognises that a learned profession such as Aesthetic Medicine has privileges which include self-governance both individually and as a group, autonomy of action and a high level learning skill. In return the community expects that a cosmetic physician will deliver a high quality of care, and have a preparedness to efface self interest in the interest of the patient. Finally the community expects Medical Practitioners to practice ethically and be accountable.
In practice Aesthetic Medicine doctors should follow broad principles of medical ethical behaviour that include: