I want to share with our nursing colleagues in medical aesthetics this important notice from the College of Nurses of Ontario that updates and clarifies the providing of “cosmetic injections during the pandemic.”
We’ve heard it said many times: the thought of being cut loose to go off by yourself after medical aesthetics training is just plain scary. We get it. That’s why we providing novice injectors with a network of professional clinics to practice skills and gain confidence.
With great excitement and understandable anxiety, medical aesthetics nurses across Canada have successfully and safely returned to work. In this Blog, colleagues share their experience and reactions from patients. Also, did the COVID-19 lock down have a silver lining?
THMA Consulting is elated to have official CNA accreditation for the Foundation Courses in our Medical Aesthetics Preceptorship and Training Program. It is truly an honour to be so respectably recognised!
It’s hard to believe my medical aesthetics career began 30 years this month! In reflection, I can credit success to a passion for patient care in this field. But the people who encouraged and supported me at key junctures get my utmost gratitude.
From a workshop on the challenges facing nursing entrepreneurs to an advisory board on a promising new neurotoxin and lessons learned in a cadaver lab. Yes, there was a wealth of knowledge to scoop up in California and bring home to Canada. All for improving patient safety and service!
This has got to stop. Authorities need to double down to crack down on fraudulent and dangerous practices. And collectively, we need to convince potential patients that ‘good deals from bad apples’ can be devastating.
We are positively thrilled that a second training course at THMA Consulting has received the highest level of approval via the American Nurses Association. It’s a win-win for nurses, too!