Dr. Marco Pelosi III was asked to address a group of academics on the cosmetic surgery postgraduate learning process.
It’s no surprise [1:25] that people want to look younger.
The reasons [2:35] why people undergo cosmetic procedures are multifactorial.
Cosmetic surgery [4:10] in the modern era began with attempts to repair facial trauma in World War I.
When I started [5:22] my cosmetic surgery practice, I started with liposuction.
The driving forces [6:08] of cosmetic surgical practice are all about regaining control of the business
Training [7:30] in cosmetic procedures requires a strategy.
Learning [9:20] can be broken down into a knowledge base, a skillset, and execution.
Dreyfus [10:00] developed a model that stratified skillset learning into five levels of expertise.
The expert [13:30] doesn’t play by rules.
Measuring [14:36] competence is not well defined in our medical specialties.
Resources [16:50] for training begin with transferable skills.
What do you need [18:20] to start a cosmetic practice?
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