The 1st Congress of the Indian Society of Aesthetic Medicine, COSCON 2023, concluded on a high note, bringing together leading experts, practitioners, and enthusiasts in the field of aesthetic medicine from across the world showcasing cutting-edge advancements and innovative practices in the rapidly evolving realm of aesthetic medicine. There was a gathering of more than 1000 delegates, prominent personalities and dignitaries in this 2-day event held at The Grand Hotel, New Delhi.
COSCON 2023 served as a platform for an exchange of ideas, knowledge, and best practices in aesthetic medicine. With a diverse array of keynote sessions, panel discussions, workshops, and live demonstrations, the congress provided attendees with a comprehensive overview of the latest techniques, treatments, and technologies in the field.
During the conference, Mr. Narain Singh, Deputy Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs said, “I heartily congratulate Dr. Ajay Rana for organising the first congress of the Indian Society of Aesthetic Medicine and bring in the best practioners from all across the world in one platform. Government will be happy to associate with such initiative where public health is involved. Such an initiative could have a significant positive impact on people’s lives. The significance of events like this, where the medical community can exchange knowledge and best practices and where the public can become more aware of cosmetic practices and the latest practices in Western countries. These treatments are potential for a transformative initiative in India focused on addressing burns trauma, accidental defacement and cosmetic restoration.”
The event was also graced by the presence of IPS Deepak Kedia, Inspector General of NSG, MHA.
“I am happy to be here to attend CosCon India 2023 which is the first International conference organised by ISAM . It’s really an eye opening for me, I attended some sessions and the way doctors from all over the world present here and explaining the techniques which are being used worldwide is amazing. Attending this function is really quiet educating for me” said Justice Jasmeet Singh – High Court of Delhi who attended the conference.
Dr. Ajay Rana, Founding President of ISAM & Organising Chairperson of CosCon India 2023, expressed his enthusiasm about the success of the event. “COSCON 2023 exceeded our expectations in terms of participation and the quality of discussions. We are delighted to witness such a strong turnout and an engaged community of professionals dedicated to advancing the field of aesthetic medicine in India.”
Key highlights of COSCON 2023 included:
In-depth Workshops: Renowned experts conducted hands-on workshops covering a wide range of aesthetic procedures, providing attendees with practical insights and techniques.
Cutting-edge Technologies: The exhibition area featured leading industry suppliers showcasing state-of-the-art equipment, products, and technologies that are shaping the future of aesthetic medicine.
Scientific Presentations: Peer-reviewed research papers and case studies were presented, offering attendees the opportunity to stay updated on the latest scientific developments.
Global Perspectives: International speakers shared their expertise, providing a global perspective on the challenges and opportunities in the field of aesthetic medicine.
Networking Opportunities: The congress facilitated networking among professionals, fostering collaborations and partnerships that are essential for the growth of the aesthetic medicine community in India.
The congress recognised outstanding contributions to the field of aesthetic medicine through the presentation of awards and accolades. These honors served to acknowledge the dedication and excellence demonstrated by individuals and organisations in advancing the practice of aesthetic medicine.
The Indian Society of Aesthetic Medicine looks forward to building on the success of COSCON 2023 and anticipates even greater participation in future editions. The society remains committed to its mission of promoting excellence and ethical practice in the field of aesthetic medicine in India.