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!
Based on a stringent examination of its educational content, our Course 2 on Pharmacology, Clinical Assessment and Injection Techniques in Medical Aesthetics has been approved as a training course with the highest standards of research-based education.
We are also happy that nurses who successfully complete Course 2 are now approved for 10.0 Contact Hours. This reflects the total time required to prepare for and work through Course 2 on Pharmacology, Clinical Assessment and Injection Techniques in Medical Aesthetics.
“This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Tennessee Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.” – Tennessee Nurses Association, March 9, 2019
The Tennessee Nurses Association is an esteemed organization that is “committed to providing high-quality, best-practice resources for nursing professional development.” The TNA endorsement is authorized through the American Nursing Association to approve training programs and courses that allow nurses to “maintain competence, meet the standards of practice development by the profession, advance the discipline of nursing, and facilitate professional growth.”
This is the second THMA Consulting course to merit accredited approval. Facial Anatomy received distinction from the TNA in 2018.
We are honoured to have our commitment to quality education and training formally recognized. This is also great news for nurses who want professional medical aesthetics training that is based on solid clinical research and taught by well-educated and experienced mentors.
Our potential clients can be reassured that they will receive the very best in quality training. This approval differentiates THMA Consulting in the most positive way possible..
The rigorous process of applying for approval means you have to demonstrate in detail that a continuing educational program is based on clinical research, is objective and independent. The TNA approval includes a peer review to determine that there is no educator bias or conflict of interest with industry manufacturers.
We’ve raised the bar high on purpose. Simply put, it’s professional. But in the bigger picture of patient care and patient safety, our courses are designed to uphold and protect professional standards of practice as determined by the College.
That’s a level we should all aspire to reach as health care providers.
Course 2: Pharmacology, Clinical Assessment and Injection Techniques is one of four detailed New Practitioner Courses that provide qualified participants with the in-depth knowledge, expertise and proficiency to build a successful practice in medical aesthetics. Course 2 includes six hours of didactic presentation to discuss how medical aesthetic product knowledge, patient assessment skills and variations in injection techniques will promote a safe and effective practice. Check the Course Schedule for a calendar of upcoming dates and times.
This continuing nursing education activity has been approved by the Tennessee Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Nurses can earn 10.0 contact hours through this course.