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Advanced injectable practice training

Aesthetic training academy MATA has launched a Postgraduate Award in Applied Clinical Facial Anatomy and Complications with award-winning Dalvi Humzah Aesthetic Training. Learners will have the opportunity to demonstrate advanced injectable practice on wet-tissue specimens with interactive discussion and assessment. The Level 7 postgraduate qualification reflects the content and competencies developed by the HEE, is awarded by EduQual and endorsed by TQUK, an Ofqual-recognised organisation.

The programme is underpinned by the evidence base and science behind materials and products used in current practice, providing learners with information on the efficacy, longevity and safety of injectables. Emphasis is given to the management of potential acute and late complications arising from cosmetic interventions through detailed study of applied clinical anatomy. The topics of pain control, patient anxiety and comfort are also taught and assessed.

To gain the qualification, learners will be required to complete written assessments and reflective portfolios to show how their clinical practice has been informed by anatomical teaching.

Delegates that have previously attended the Dalvi Humzah anatomy and complication courses can attend a fast-track conversion programme for the Level 7 qualification. Full details, fees and dates are available at: http://www.matacourses.com/

To register your interest, info@matacourses.com and quote MATA-Dalvi.

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Advanced injectable practice training. Br Dent J 222, 822 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1038/sj.bdj.2017.465

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