If you’re a nurse anesthetist (CRNA) looking to get trained in Botox® and other profitable aesthetic procedures, look no further!
The International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine (IAPAM) has developed an innovative, industry leading training program tailored to the needs of nurse anesthetists looking into adding Botox as a treatment option.
With this comprehensive training program developed and led by board-certified dermatologists, nurse anesthetists will learn the top 5 most profitable non-invasive cosmetic procedures (Botox®, fillers, chemical peels, microdermabrasion and lasers).
Not unlike nurse practitioners, nurse anesthetists are in a unique position since in most States they can prescribe without a medical director.
This allows them quickly and easily enter the aesthetic medicine industry.
A critical part of any Botox Training for CRNAs is to make sure it is both Hands-On and CE approved. The IAPAM’s hands-on Botox Training at the Aesthetic Medicine Symposium gives you both of those benefits.
Your attendance in the Aesthetic Medicine Symposium will earn you up to 33.5 CME credits, which the AANP takes as 1:1 equivalents.
In addition, you will also get an opportunity to see the setup of an aesthetic medical practice, so you know the right way to add aesthetics to your practice.
Learn everything you need to get started in Aesthetic Medicine with our Cosmetic Injectables Online Course with the IAPAM Online Learning Lab! Study at your own pace from the comfort of your home or office.
Aesthetic Medicine Symposium with Botox Training: Leading the faculty is a team of renowned cosmetic dermatologists who will cover aesthetic patient consultations, facial anatomy & musculature, Botox/Xeomin/Dysport product preparation, pain management, procedural protocols, post-treatment issues, continuing practice support and quarterback the IAPAM’s significant hands-on portion of the training.
In addition to finding the most experienced faculty of any Botox training program in North America, you will receive:
As nurse anesthetists, we know your time is limited, so we have combined Hands-On CME training into one accelerated program allowing you to immediately start offering aesthetics and weight loss after completion of the extended weekend program.
Learn how to turn your medical practice into a profitable practice in 4 days!
Join +10,000 MDs/DOs, PAs and NPs from all medical specialties who have successful trained in our Successful Aesthetic Practice System™ at the Aesthetic Medicine Symposium.
Botox is a trademark of Allergan Inc.; Dysport is a trademark of Galderma; Xeomin is a trademark of Merz Aesthetics Please Note: Regarding obtaining Botox from Allergan, the IAPAM notes that, at this time, Allergan has some restrictions to NPs opening accounts. According to Allergan, NP’s can open accounts in the following States, but not in Canada:
Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, DC, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Maine, Maryland, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, Tennessee, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
However, this data is changing, so for the latest information, the IAPAM encourages NPs to contact their state/country licensing board and Allergan, Inc.