Dr Sam Robson qualified as a Doctor of Medicine from Aberdeen University in 1991 and is now the medical director at Temple Medical, a multi award-winning clinic based in Aberdeen, Scotland.
In addition to this, Dr Robson is dedicated to raising the standards and profile of the industry, and is currently an appraiser for BCAM (British College of Aesthetic Medicine) – a role that entails supporting and evaluating Doctors in preparation for revalidation and continuation of their licence to practice. Dr Robson also has a voluntary post as the medical advisor for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution in Aberdeen.
She is passionate about evidence-based practice and uses scientifically proven treatments in her clinical work, and is actively involved in research and development of new technology and protocols to provide safe and effective treatments. She is on the advisory board for Lustre and a key opinion leader for several aesthetic companies. Dr Robson contributes to articles for several aesthetic journals and has presented at both national and international conferences. She has recently been invited to join the consensus group which reviews guidelines produced by Aesthetic Complications Expert Group.
Dr Robson is fully committed to further training and engagement with new technologies, attending conferences and courses to learn about pioneering new treatments and aesthetic developments. Accordingly, Temple Medical is now at the forefront of the medical aesthetics and weight loss management industry in Scotland, and is recognised as being the leading Alevere clinic in Scotland.