THMA Consulting is pleased to offer medical aesthetics practitioners a new Supplementary Course that through evidence-based learning and training will be a ‘life changer’ for many patients.
With a commitment to public health and patient safety, THMA Consulting is requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for all medical professionals registering for in-person training and mentoring.
You’ve completed your Foundation Course program with THMA Consulting, worked hard throughout the training, displayed great injection skills and enthusiasm for patient care. Now what?
Nurses who are considering an independent practice will also want to consider this new Supplementary Course from THMA Consulting. Facility Recommendations focuses squarely on ethical, safe and successful practices.
Just as many medical aesthetics clinics are reopening in Ontario this week, the lifting of lockdown orders also means in-person training and mentoring is returning at THMA Consulting. And, yes, we couldn’t be happier!
Jennifer Fournier, a ‘lifelong learner’ from Sudbury, is joining our team, providing prospective medical aesthetics practitioners in Northern Ontario with training and mentoring close to home.
With great excitement and anticipation, we announce that TH Medical Aesthetics and THMA Consulting will be relocating to a sparkling new warm-and-welcoming medical aesthetics clinic in Markham next month.
THMA Consulting begins a promising New Year of exceptional medical aesthetics with the opening of a training and mentoring centre in Kingston, Ont. We are equally pleased to welcome Colleen White, a long-time nursing professional and university teacher, to our national team of expert clinical trainers.
It’s impossible to look back at the past year without COVID-19 absolutely dominating the picture. But the changes forced upon our lives by the pandemic also prompted a positive rethink of the THMA Consulting training and preceptorship program. That turned out to be a good thing for everyone involved.
Carolann Riggs NP has gone to great lengths to acquire the knowledge and skills to be an excellent medical aesthetics injector. Travelling from Newfoundland for THMA Consulting training in Toronto and Halifax, Carolann proves that dedication and hard work can breed success.
Jacklyn Sudetic, an expert trainer at THMA Consulting with 10 years experience as a nurse injector, is joining the team at my TH Medical Aesthetics clinic. Jacklyn’s addition puts patients in the care of a skilled and compassionate professional.
Should a new-in-training medical aesthetics practitioner be educated on how to properly use a cannula as a basic injection technique?