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Q&A With Dr Vikram Swaminathan

Dr Vikram Swaminathan is Head of Clinical Mentoring at Harley Academy and Academic Lead at the British College of Aesthetic Medicine. When he’s not mentoring Harley Academy’s level 7 students, Dr Vikram is travelling around the country working as doctor for motorsport events, and working as an honorary teaching fellow at the Universtiy of Liverpool Medical School. […]

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Training Q&A with Dr Tristan Mehta

  Training in aesthetic medicine has been revolutionised over the last 18 months. In the second instalment of our Q&A series with Harley Academy founder Dr Tristan Mehta, we sat down to discuss his passion for training, and how advances in technology can help train future aesthetic clinicians. For the first part of our Q&A […]

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The 3 Secrets to Keeping Patients

According to the IMPACT study (Galderma, 2014), 52% of cosmetic patients change practice. 37% pursue treatment elsewhere just because of poor customer service. Given that it is 32 times easier to sell to an existing customer than a new one (Galderma, 2014), your current patients are key to your success as an aesthetic practitioner. So […]

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Student Stories: #2 Dr Natasha

Dr Natasha is one of the first students on our level 7 qualification in aesthetic medicine. Follow her story here as well as on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Tell us a little about you… I have been qualified as an NHS GP for 2 years now. I really love my job, but already I was beginning to think […]

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Sanah Akram Aesthetics Harley Academy

Student Stories: #1 Dr Sanah

Dr Sanah is one of the first students on our level 7 qualification in aesthetic medicine. Follow her story here as well as on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.   Tell us a little about you… I’m Dr Sanah Akram and work as a fully qualified GP, based in Leicester.  I am currently doing the level 7 qualification with […]

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