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Considering the psychology behind aesthetics

Psychology is an important area of consideration in the aesthetics industry, but one that is not always given the space for discussion that it deserves.

An introduction from the new editor

As the new Editor of the Journal of Aesthetic Nursing, I wanted to start off this issue with a brief introduction. My name is Arabella Golby, and with an eclectic background spanning the publishing,...

Will the licensing consultation do what it says on the tin?

By the time you read this editorial, the long-awaited Open Public Consultation into the Licensing of Cosmetic Procedures (The licensing of non-surgical cosmetic procedures in England, 2023 2...

The safeguarding gap

I have recently been asked to give an expert opinion on a criminal case around safeguarding the public undergoing treatments within a beauty establishment. This was a timely request as it fell just as...

JAN and the BACN conference on the 14th and 15th of September

The British Association of Cosmetic Nurses (BACN) is returning to Birmingham for its annual conference following highly positive feedback from delegates, speakers, and exhibitors in 2022. The event...

Gearing up for the JAN conference

The summer may be here, but over here at the Journal of Aesthetic Nursing, we are hard at work to plan the JAN conference for you.

New areas of aesthetic nursing to be covered in JAN

In the rapidly-growing aesthetics sector, it is more important than ever to keep abreast of the many technological advances that may be of use to practitioners. At the heart of the Journal of...

Expanding the scope of the Journal of Aesthetic Nursing in 2023

The field of aesthetic nursing is vast. A common first impression is that aesthetic nurses primarily work with lots of Botulinum toxin, rhinoplasties, and facelifts. While it is true that certain...

Letters to JAN: May 2023

This brand new section - Letters to the Journal of Aesthetic Nursing (JAN) - is one that invites readers to openly share their suggestions and concerns within the realm of aesthetic nursing.

Perspectives in aesthetic nursing: new ones introduced and old ones revisited

The Aesthetics Conference and Exhibition (ACE) that took place recently in London is an exciting reminder of the future in aesthetics, both product- and research-wise. Each exhibitor took pride in...

Anti-ageing drugs

Since the theory of ageing as a process in which oxidative stress led to accumulation of damage of the cellular environment over time, first proposed by Harman (1956), we have seen an exponential...

What's in a name?

The NHS website (NHS, 2020) advises the public that when searching for a cosmetic surgeon only registered doctors can perform cosmetic surgery in England. The NHS also advises that patients should...

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