Being a non-surgical injectables trainer puts me in a privileged position to seriously advocate the risks involved and the safest methods of injecting.
Over the course of a weekend, doctors, dentists and nurses are taught the importance of safe injecting techniques whilst performing cosmetic injectables. We covered how to avoid possible complications and how to deal with them in clinical practice should they occur, keeping you all in safe hands.
Helping to contribute to a new generation of safe cosmetic injectable physicians.
It’s always a pleasure working alongside the fantastic team @dermamedical and I wish the delegates the very best of luck for their future cosmetic careers.
One of the most rewarding aspects of being a GP is being able to follow someone’s life journey. This beautiful lady has continued to pursue her hopes and dreams of becoming an actress and has not let anything stand in her way. Her continued drive and determination has landed her a leading role in Marvel’s next movie. I couldn’t be more proud! Very well done and congratulations Bec 🥳🎉 Take care and stay healthy 😘
I spent this weekend teaching doctors, nurses and dentists the importance of safe injecting techniques whilst performing cosmetic injectables. We covered how to avoid possible complications and how to deal with them in clinical practice should they occur, keeping you all in safe hands.
It’s always a pleasure working alongside the fantastic team @dermamedicalaustralia and I wish the delegates the very best of luck for their future cosmetic careers.
Australia is on track to be the first country in the world to eliminate cervical cancer by 2035 as long as women get on top of their cervical health.
This week is all about cervical cancer awareness. The new cervical screening programme is open to those aged from 25-74 every 5 years and helps to detect the presence of HPV (Human Papilloma Virus), it is much more accurate than its predecessor the Pap test.
HPV takes over 10 years to develop into cervical cancer and cervical cancer is a rare outcome of HPV infection. For this reason you only need to have a test every 5 years rather than 2.
The test itself, taken in the same way as the Pap test, takes five minutes and could save your life.
If you’re overdue your smear test, please book in today or if you have any abnormal bleeding at any age, such as bleeding between periods, after intercourse or after the menopause please seek medical advice.