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Master of Applied Medical Aesthetics

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Education4 Semester (90 ECTS)

Language of study English

Next startSeptember 2022

Costs 32.000,-

ManagementUniv.-Prof.Dr. Christine Radtke, MBA, FEBOPRAS

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The aim of the university degree program is quality assurance in minimally invasive aesthetic medicine at the required scientific level. The background is that in many commercially offered weekend courses, minimally invasive aesthetic medicine is reduced to purely practical applications, and its results are not guaranteed because evidence-based data needs to be taken into account.

Univ.-Prof.Dr. Christine Radtke, MBA, FEBOPRAS  | Matthias Mato Johannik All rights reserved by Yuvell - Home of Aesthetics
Univ.-Prof.Dr. Christine Radtke, MBA, FEBOPRAS | Matthias Mato Johannik All rights reserved by Yuvell - Home of Aesthetics

The aim of the university degree program is quality assurance in minimally invasive aesthetic medicine at the required scientific level. The background is that in many commercially offered weekend courses, minimally invasive aesthetic medicine is reduced to purely practical applications, and its results are not guaranteed because evidence-based data needs to be taken into account. At present, the quality of the treatment offer and the evaluation of the results are provided subjectively by patient evaluation portals, which also supports advertising measures. As such, research is urgently needed to identify the scientifically proven basis of the treatment methods and result assessment so objectively secured values can be created without undermining the importance of the patient assessment.

From the described curriculum, it can be seen that evidence-based methods are taught at a highly scientific level, theoretically and practically taking into account the current literature and the latest research results. For this purpose, an international committee of recognized specialists from the academic and clinical field is available, which ensures the in-depth scientific access. In order to increase patient safety and secure results, a university master's degree in this area is particularly important.

In summary, the focus is placed on the establishment of a secure evidence-based minimally invasive aesthetic medicine with standardized treatment measures as well as on quality assurance under academic criteria at a high scientific level.

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With 26.9 million treatments in 2018 and a projected annual growth rate of 3.5% until 2028 (source: GlobalData), the increasing demand for minimally invasive aesthetic treatments should be countered by a scientifically based university course at academic level to address the current lack of quality standards. The aim of this course is to ensure the safety of patients and prevent poor results.

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