Professional Development Symposiums are full-day opportunities for ongoing education in medical aesthetics with professional presentations and networking with colleagues and industry leaders. In Thornhill on April 23 and Halifax on September 16-17.
We are so pleased and excited to offer nurses and physicians in medical aesthetics Symposiums for learning and networking in Ontario and Nova Scotia in 2023. We are thrilled to have Kevin Harrington presenting at both Symposiums. He is a leading expert in medical aesthetics in the United States and a fantastic speaker.
The topics are timely and the discussions will be engaging. We will also have industry reps at both events and networking opportunities at lunch and after the presentations conclude.
Thornhill Presentation Schedule
|With Coffee, Muffins, Fruit
|Hands off the Patient’s Wallet
|Personal Development and a Successful Practice
|Maintaining Professional Reputation
|Buffet with the Exhibitors
|Neurotoxin and the A-typical patient
|Needle vs Knife: Treating the Peri-orbital Area
|“I have the Skills. Now What?”
|Play Doh from Prollenium
|Wine and Beer
THMA Consulting is hosting a two-day Professional Development Symposium on Saturday Sept. 16 and Sunday Sept 17. Guest speakers from Canada and the United States will engage participants with trending techniques and discussions on current issues in medical aesthetics.
- Kevin Harrington NP
- Barbara Weber NP
- Brandy Donald NP
- Corey Akisanyi NP
- John Arlette MD
- Ben Taylor MD
- Tracey Hotta RN
- Ildi Arlette CEO
- Utilizing Ultrasound in your Aesthetic Practice
- Hand Rejuvenation
- Treating the Male Patient
- Adverse Events – Panel of Experts
- Business Start up
- The Art and Science of Lip Enhancements
- Surgical vs Non-Surgical Options for Positive Aging
“I come to these symposiums because THMA is always on the leading edge of patient safety, which to me is our top priority in nursing. This field is constantly changing so coming here to learn about new evidence-based practices is the best way to keep up-to-date.” – Beverley Postill
“We can share with others doing the same line of work and experiencing the same issues we face on a day-to-day basis. The products are changing, the areas of the face are we are treating are evolving. Symposiums are a great way to connect with fellow colleagues.” – Jacklyn Sudetic
Admission is $150 for members who have taken THMA Consulting training. Guest admission is $250. Click here to Register for our Professional Development Symposiums.