Public and Media Education Tools
Reaching out in your community to educate media and consumers about cosmetic injectable safety is vital to the success of the Physicians Coalition for Injectable Safety and is a pro-active way to highlight your role in your community. Physicians are encouraged to use these free public education tools in public and patient education and media relations efforts.
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Injectable Safety Consumer Awareness Artwork
Spread the word! Use this artwork as an advertisement, public service announcement, or for posters and table top displays in healthcare offices and other related service or retail businesses Download PDF
Links for your website
Spread the knowledge! These links can be posted on any website for a direct link to injectablesafety.org. Use these links on your website, your web listings and directory, provide these to your hospital and surgical centers, health centers, local media and more. Any one of three design styles provide direct access to the most authoritative source on cosmetic injection safety.
Directions: Copy and paste the code from the form fields below. Alternately, you may right click on any of the images below and choose "save picture as" (Internet Exporer) or "save image as" (Firefox) and save to your local computer.
Consumer Planning Guide
Consumer FAQs about wrinkle-reducing injections
This simple one-sheet FAQ answers consumer questions about Botox® Cosmetic and Dysport®.
Print copies to give your patients, or post this on your web site. [PDF].
Consumer Survey links
Consumer Newsletter Online links
Link your web-site to our consumer newsletter, or email the newsletter out to your consumer and patient database
A high-resolution PDF version of Beauty in the News is available to print!
Injectable Safety Press Releases
Customize these press releases for your local media efforts. It’s easy to add your practice, your own comments to these important injectable news releases. Instructions for use
- Do-it-Yourself Botox, Not a Good Idea
- Can Nurses Inject Botox?
- Can Nurses Inject Botox?
- Botox and Restylane Not A Destination or Spa Treatment
- Survey Suggests Consumers Naive to the Risk of Botox Parties
- Clarity for Consumers On Botox® Complication and Death Reports
- Cosmetic Injectables No Contest or Party
- Consumer Safety Alert on Fat Dissolving Injections
- Coalition Responds to Consumer Concerns on Lipodissolve
- Holiday Self-Improvement Trends
Research and Statistics
Share this important data with local media and use it when educating your community, colleagues, referral sources and patients.
Physician's Coalition for Injectable Safety Summer 2007 Survey: Physician Findings on Injection Practices, Informed Consent and Patient Complications
Cosmetic Surgery National Data Bank Statistics American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Trends in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery American Academy for Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Member Survey 2007
American Society of Plastic Surgeons National Clearinghouse of Plastic Surgery Statistics 2008