There are various titles for aesthetic nurses. They may be referred to as nurse injectors or even cosmetic nurses. Even though their titles could be slightly different, the essence of what they accomplish on a daily basis is the same. You should search for opportunities to connect with aesthetic professionals and begin training on any aesthetic procedures you can if you want to get started as an aesthetic nurse. Cassie Lane joins Jeff this week to discuss how one can become an aesthetic nurse and receive training. She also provides further information on recruitment and income expectations.
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- 08:20 – How does one get in the aesthetic market
- 10:13 – How to get training and education
- 15:55 – Becoming proficient
- 22:04 – Employee vs employer
- 32:02 – Earning expectations
Background of Cassie Lane
Cassie Lane’s background as a Nurse Anesthetist built a love for all things procedural. She attended Emory University in Atlanta for her BSN and then VCU Nurse Anesthesia. Her strong clinical experience and her love for aesthetics led her to open Cassie Lane Aesthetics. She is also the founder of Injectables EDU, which offers training and resources for aesthetic injectors. Read more about Cassie Lane.
Connect with Cassie Lane
Website – www.cassielaneaesthetics.com
Instagram – cassielaneaesthetics
Patient and physician safety is at the forefront of Jeff’s work, and he actively helps physicians work with patients to develop and achieve realistic expectations from their treatments.
Jeff is also a known educator in the industry, teaching courses on laser technologies, speaking at aesthetic training centers, and sharing his knowledge about the latest technologies with providers in the aesthetics field. In particular, he is interested in helping physicians make aesthetic medicine a success in their practices.
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