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Welcome to the British Medical Laser Association
2015 Educational Award

This year, the BMLA is giving away £1,000 to help you and your research.  All you need to do is tell us a little about yourself and what you want to do with the money.  To find out more, click here.

The closing date for applications is 10th April 2015.


 
International Year of Light

The International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies (IYL 2015) was proclaimed during the 68th session of the United Nations General Assembly at the end of last year.

This is a chance to raise public awareness at the diverse applications of light in modern life, including medical and aesthetic treatments and diagnostics.

There is a particular focus on the science underlying the work that we do.  This is an excellent opportunity to raise the profile of our work in the public and political arenas.

To find out more, visit
The IYL webpage,  or contribute as a blogger on the official IYL2015 blog.




 
A Burn within a Tattoo After IPL Epilation
Tuesday, 12 August 2014 15:22
A case has recently been reported in which a patient undergoing hair removal treatment using an intense pulsed light (IPL) device sustained a second-degree skin burn.  To read our thoughts on this, open the link below:
 

 

  Image reproduced from Riml et al (2013) with permission

 

 
New Core of Knowledge Courses
Thursday, 12 June 2014 13:31
A new Core of Knowledge syllabus has been developed and approved by British Medical Laser Association, Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine, and Society for Radiological Protection.
 
The Society for Radiological Protection - SRP

This is an area where there are rapid technical advances and there is also a wide diversity of laser users. The updated syllabus reflects the changing needs of laser and IPL user

A new Laser and IPL Safety Awareness syllabus has also been produced. This is an innovation that recognises the value of providing awareness training to staff who are not directly operating the laser. This does not seek to deliver knowledge to the depth that is required in a full Core of Knowledge course.

Core of Knowledge Syllabus 2014
Laser and IPL Safety Awareness Syllabus

For information regarding BMLA approval of laser courses please click here.


 
Become a BMLA Member Today!
For just £75 you can become a full member of the BMLA!  What's more, you are automatically selected for membership of the European Laser Association and provided with an annual subscription to Laser in Medical Science!

For £25, you can become a Basic Member of the BMLA with full voting rights.  All members are entitled to a discount at BMLA sponsored conferences.

Join today!

 
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