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Cosmetic laser training expected by Medical Board of Australia

May 09, 2016

Cosmetic laser training expected by Medical Board of Australia

Medical Board guidelines on cosmetic medical and surgical procedures that were released today have as an imperative the need for doctors to have laser training in minor procedures such as skin and hair removal treatments. Another consideration for doctors is the seven day cooling off period for under 18s considering such procedures. Bravura Education is proud to provide online training courses designed specifically for doctors in this industry and have the only cosmetic laser courses in Australia that are endorsed by the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery as well as the Australian College of Nursing and Radiation Health Departments in WA, Qld and Tas. The guidelines will be implemented in October this year.

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