Respected medical aesthetics trainer Tambra Tufford is continuing to open her Oakville clinic for THMA Consulting, helping new and experienced practitioners in southwest Ontario sharpen medical aesthetics skills and become safe and confident injectors.
With mixed emotions I am reducing my personal clinical work at TH Medical Aesthetics in order to devote more time to my rapidly expanding national medical aesthetics training company. I’m sad to say goodbye, but excited about this next chapter in my long nursing career.
The College of Nurses of Ontario has kindly honoured my request for verification on policies in regards to the gradual opening of medical aesthetics practice. With CNO’s permission, we are sharing that letter with you.
Yes, we are back! The Government of Ontario has given regulated medical aesthetics professionals the green light to reopen, effective immediately. The announcement comes with guidelines on opening gradually with strict safety measures.
Two timely lectures on post-COVID procedures highlight the impressive agenda of medical aesthetics topics in our next Professional Development Symposium when speakers from across North America will deliver online presentations and discussions.
It took time to dig and probe and ask the right questions, but we now have good news for nurses who take our medical aesthetics training courses.