Your Expert Medical Aesthetics Trainers

 The THMA Consulting team of expert medical aesthetics trainers are professionally certified and knowledgeable on the latest medical aesthetics products and techniques. With decades of experience, our  team shares a passion for medical aesthetics and teaching through comprehensive training and hands-on mentoring. Program participants receive engaging, expert instruction in Foundation Courses and Supplementary Courses that develop the skills and self-confidence required for safe, successful and ethical medical aesthetic practices.

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Tracey Hotta

RN, BSN, CPSN, CANS, LNC

Tracey is the director of THMA Consulting and owner of TH Medical Aesthetics in Thornhill, Ont. She began her nursing career in 1984 and has dedicated the past 28 years to the field of plastic surgical nursing. One of the first RN injectors in Canada Tracey is now a member of the prestigious Quarter Century Club of the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario. Tracey is a respected advocate for patient safety and passionate about ensuring the highest quality of aesthetics education.

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 Tracey received a diploma from AJ MacMaster School of Nursing in 1984. She then completed her education at Ryerson University, graduating in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.

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In 1990, she was hired as the operating room manager at the Cosmetic Surgery Institute in Toronto. She worked with Dr. Wayne Carman for 15 years, developing an in-depth knowledge of plastic surgery procedures and aesthetic injection skills. This new field of nursing prompted Tracey to establish a training program for new injectors entering the field of medical aesthetics.

In 2005, Tracey joined Dr. Mitchell Brown at Toronto Plastic Surgery in Toronto as the patient educator for surgical patients. She also developed her own aesthetic injection practice.

Tracey opened her own aesthetic practice in 2014, just walking distance from her home in Thornhill.  She also drew from her teaching experience and practical experience to set up the THMA Preceptorship Program. Tracey has made sure the program ensures patient safety by maintaining high standards and professional ethics.

 Tracey lectures across North America on surgical and non-surgical plastic surgical procedures and has published several related articles. She is the current editor of the Plastic Surgical Nursing journal, an editor of the ISPAN (International Society of Plastic Aesthetic Nursing) Core Curriculum, and worked on the study guide for the CPSN (Certified Plastic Surgical Nurse) and CANS (Certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialist) certification exams.

Tracey is proud to be the past president of the ISPAN and a founding member for the Canadian Society of Aesthetic Specialty Nurses (CSASN). She chaired a task force that developed the Standards and Guidelines for Aesthetic Nurse Injectors recognized by the Canadian Nurse Association.

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Jeanine Harrison

BSN, MN, RNEC, NP

Jeanine has been a nursing professional for 28 years and a Nurse Practitioner for over 17 years.  Jeanine is the onsite Medical Director and a highly skilled medical aesthetics practitioner at TH Medical Aesthetics in Thornhill. She is also proprietor of her own Nobleton Rejuvenation Clinic. Jeanine’s experience and expertise make her an integral member of the THMA Consulting team with her career work in injection procedures, clinical assessments and practice standards.

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Jeanine’s nursing career began with a college diploma at St Lawrence College in Kingston, Ontario. While working as an RN, she attended McMaster University for a BScN and spent 12 years in the Cardiac ICU with a focus on the critical care of patients and their families.

She then became a Nurse Specialist in congenital cardiology at the University Health Network in Toronto, while attending University of Toronto to complete a Masters in Nursing and Nurse Practitioner in 2001. Psychosocial adjustment and identity development was a large part of her position in the congenital cardiac team and she successfully initiated research and produced significant research outcomes in this area of practice. With worldwide recognition as a NP, Jeanine contributed to the practice through extensive international speaking opportunities, peer reviewed publications and preceptorship/mentorship of NPs and Masters students with University of Toronto, UOIT and York University Nursing and Science programs.

An evolution of interest prompted her to train as a nurse injector and collaborate with the experts in the area of Medical Aesthetic clinical practice.

She holds membership with the College of Nurses of Ontario, RNAO, NPAO, CNA, ASLMS and the Canadian Society of Aesthetic Specialty Nurses.

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Jacklyn Sudetic

RN, BSN, CANS, MLSO

Jacklyn is a Registered Nurse and Certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialist with 10 years experience as a cosmetics nurse injector. Besides her skilled clinical work in advanced aesthetic procedures, she has also managed more than 30 staff members, including physicians, nurses and technicians. Jacklyn’s practical and organizational skills give her the qualified ability to work closely with clients in THMA Consulting’s Hands-on Mentoring course.

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 Jacklyn began her career as a medical aesthetician in Mississauga in 2008 while attending Sheridan College to earn a diploma as Registered Nurse. She would continue her post-secondary education with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at McMaster University.

She has trained extensively to enhance her nursing and medical aesthetic skills. That includes her CANS certification as well as courses in Canadian Laser Safety, Bellafill Training, Cadaver Dissection and MD Codes.

As an advanced nurse injector in Dr. Philip Solomon’s surgery centre in Thornhill, Jacklyn has specialized laser resurfacing, micro-needling, pan-facial volumization, acne scar reduction, neck fat reduction and injections of neurotoxin and hyaluronic acid fillers. She is expertly qualified to administer cosmetic injections using both a needle and a cannula.

While honing those skills, Jacklyn worked earlier in her career as an RPN in the emergency departments of the Scarborough General Hospital and the Milton District Hospital, demonstrating proficiency in working with patients, families and healthcare teams.

 Tracey lectures across North America on surgical and non-surgical plastic surgical procedures and has published several related articles. She is the current editor of the Plastic Surgical Nursing journal, an editor of the ISPAN (International Society of Plastic Aesthetic Nursing) Core Curriculum, and worked on the study guide for the CPSN (Certified Plastic Surgical Nurse) and CANS (Certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialist) certification exams.

Tracey is proud to be the past president of the ISPAN and a founding member for the Canadian Society of Aesthetic Specialty Nurses (CSASN). She chaired a task force that developed the Standards and Guidelines for Aesthetic Nurse Injectors recognized by the Canadian Nurse Association.

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Tambra Tufford

RN, BSN, CANS

Tambra has been a Registered Nurse since graduating from McMaster University with her BSN in 2003.  Tambra has devoted more than 12 years to the field of medical aesthetics in two plastic surgery clinics and her own Tufford Medical Aesthetics Clinic. Working as a consultant for Clarion Medical, she has also trained other clinicians in medical aesthetics. Tambra brings to THMA Consulting all that experience plus strong core values in patient health, safety and compassion.

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Since graduation, Tambra has worked in the emergency departments of the Hamilton General Hospital (2003 – 2007) and Joseph Brant Memorial Hospital in Burlington, Ont. (2007-2019),  providing competent and compassionate nursing care to a diverse population of all ages. While responsible for critical assessments and thinking, Tambra also developed nursing skills to other areas of health care, such as  telemetry, phlebotomy, mental health nursing, triaging, record keeping and advanced cardiac life support skills.

Tambra entered the medical aesthetics field in 2008 with Oakville, Ont., plastic surgeon Dr. Nancy de Kleer in Oakville.  More recently she has worked with plastic surgeon Dr. Otto Weiglein in Burlington, Ont., doing consultations and assessments, administering neurotoxins, dermal fillers and Belkyra while performing micro-needling, Coolscultping and laser treatments.

Her expertise led to a current clinical aesthetics training position with Clarion Medical Technologies. Her various responsibilities include product training for clinicians and other professionals, and the establishment and maintenance of training material and programs.

In November 2019, Tambra confidently went into the medical aesthetics business for herself with the opening of Tufford Medical Aesthetics in Oakville. Her website describes her passion for her work.

“I love what I do and have a genuine compassion to help you achieve the results you deserve.”

Tambra’s training has also included Foundation Courses with THMA Consulting, various medical aesthetics symposiums and webinars, Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certification, CPR, ECG and personal fitness certification.

Tambra is a member in good standing with The College of Nurses of Ontario, Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, The Canadian Nurses Association and the International Society of Plastic and Aesthetic Nurses.