How Increasing Numbers Of Learning Curves Can Affect Patients & Practioners…

I was recently asked to write an article for the Journal of Aesthetic Nursing, here is an extract…

Education is evolving in all areas of medicine, and aesthetics is no exception. However, as the number of products and procedures rises, there is a higher risk of both mistakes being made and patients being harmed. Angela Spang discusses how learning processes have changed from the days of ‘see one, do one, teach one’ and highlights the value of cadaver training in modern aesthetic practice…

Access the full Article here: Journal Of Aesthetic Medicine