The signing of a collaboration agreement between the Cosmetic Practice Standards Authority (CPSA), MedEther Group as CPSA’s Exclusive Representative in China, and MedEther’s strategic partner the Aimer Group took place on Thursday the 27th of September.
The Cosmetic Practice Standards Authority (CPSA) was established to set evidence-based practice standards for non-surgical aesthetic procedures in the United Kingdom. MedEther, representing CPSA, will be working to help establish an accreditation system for cosmetic practitioners in China. The Aimei Group, as the trainer and business shareholder of over 10,000 beauty salons in China, is an ideal candidate to be the first to implement CPSA’s principles and plans for training cosmetic practitioners from aesthetic physicians to certified beauticians.
The event was attended on behalf of CPSA by its President Mr Simon Withey. Mr Withey, as a well-known and very accomplished plastic surgeon based in London, is the current President of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons.
Mr Withey spoke during the event and explained the history of CPSA as well as its role in non-surgical aesthetic industry in the United Kingdom. He highlighted the importance of CPSA for ensuring patient safety in the non-surgical aesthetic industry. He furthered discussed the importance of ensuring these same systems are established in China and that he looks forward to working with CPSA China Exclusive Representative MedEther and the Aimei Group to enable the development of a CPSA standards and an accredited training system fully reflecting these standards in China.
The MedEther Group see this agreement as another step in their goal of improving the standards of medical aesthetic practitioners in China.
MedEther is a platform connecting UK hospitals and senior medical professionals with a wide network of hospitals in more than 20 provinces of China and more than 5 million Chinese healthcare professionals.