During this difficult time amid the Coronavirus (COVID-19) threat, we want to assure our clients and fellow medical professionals that safety is and will always be one of THMA Consulting’s strongest and most important core values.
As a result of this current healthcare crisis, we are postponing our Professional Development Symposium on March 29 in Thornhill. This ongoing education event will be rescheduled after the COVID-19 threat passes.
THMA Consulting and Mike Claque are also postponing co-hosted Dermal Fillers Safety Workshops in Toronto April 30 and Vancouver May 10. These events will be rescheduled at dates and times this fall to be announced.
We are also cancelling the Peer-to-Peer Mentoring on April 1, and the One-on-One Mentoring on Wednesdays is on hold for the time being.
We certainly are saddened by these developments, but fully understand and support the urgent need for all of us to be vigilant in fighting the spread of this virus.
Our affirmed commitment to health safety will extend into our THMA Consulting training program and medical aesthetics courses.
There will be no in-person training until this is over.
However, we are exploring an option to offer those already signed up for courses to go over some course material in online sessions. These meeting via Zoom would be later followed up with a review of the online training plus re-scheduled hands-on training once the virus subsides.
We will keep participants informed on any scheduling or other changes in advance of the training dates. In the meantime, please don’t hesitate to contact Tracey if you have any questions or further concerns.
These are trying times, to say the least. But here’s where we come together as a community – while maintaining social distance – to combat the spread of COVID-19.
Our thoughts are with the people who have contracted the disease, and with front line health care workers who are selflessly committed to treating patients in our hospitals and clinics. All of us can do our part by practicing strict preventative measures, thoroughly sanitizing our workplaces and vigorously and constantly washing our hands.
It’s also important that we put facts in front of speculation, that we prevent and protect and not panic. We will get through this by being smart and being safe.
– Tracey Hotta, THMA Consulting