A SPECIAL THANKS TO VAN COUNCIL OF VAN MICHAEL SALONS FOR PROVIDING INSIGHT ON THE OPENING OF HIS SALONS IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA USING HIS EXPERIENCE WITH THE SALONS HE OWNS IN JAPAN. ALSO, THANK YOU TO KASSANDRA LEPACK OF CANDELA FOR PROVIDING THE VIRTUAL CONFERENCING TECHNOLOGY FOR OUR MAY 7 DISCUSSION PANEL.

COVID-19 RELAUNCH RESOURCES DISCUSSED DURING DISCUSSION

  • POST COVID-19 PRACTICE RELAUNCH CHECKLIST – CANDELA
  • MARKETING CHECKLIST – CANDELA / CLEAN SLATE MARKETING MANAGEMENT

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Yes.  

​In Alberta, the three regulatory Colleges for nurses agree that LPNs, RPNs, and RNs are authorized under regulation and have the education to administer medications and substances by injection. An order by an authorized prescriber is required before any nurse can administer Schedule 1 medications and/or substances, e.g. neuromodulators and dermal fillers. The nurse is responsible and accountable to have the required competencies (education and experience) to carry out the order.

In addition, The College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta requires that LPNs providing aesthetic nursing procedures within their defined scope of practice must have direct or indirect supervision by a physician. The physician must be trained in dermatology, on-site, and available to assist as necessary when aesthetic procedures and treatments are being performed.

https://www.clpna.com/2018/09/aesthetic-nursing-in-alberta-frequently-asked-questions/