Cosmetic Appearance Nurse Network (CANN) has congratulated all appearance medicine professionals on their continued success. The organization was founded by leading cosmetic nurses in New Zealand and has experienced a rapid increase of members joining since its conception. CANN is dedicated to providing education, training, mentoring, and networking opportunities to those working within the beauty industry. “We are thrilled that more people are now wanting to train as clinical appearances nurses,” said Stacey Power, co-founder of CANN. “This validates our belief that there is an increasing need amongst individuals for high quality, regulated aesthetic treatments.”
Representing NZ’s cosmetic appearance nursing professionals
CANN was founded in 2016 by leading Cosmetic Appearance nurses and trainers in NZ and has grown from strength to strength.
CANN nurses are all professionally qualified and trained and follow CANN’s “best practice standards” developed by nurses and nurse educators with many years of experience in the cosmetic appearance industry. Their network of cosmetic nursing professionals allows them to share the latest knowledge, training, and techniques to ensure the highest levels of patient care and safety. Interested users can head to their nurse directory to check if any nurse is a member of CANN.
CANN injectors follow the highest standards of practice in cosmetic injectable. To be a member and accredited, nurses must have the highest levels of education, safety standards and undergo auditing. It ensures the best outcomes and safer treatments for clients.
Expectations to keep from a CANN registered Nurse.
In addition to following CANN’s strict Code of Conduct, following can be expected from a CANN Nurse:
- CANN nurses work hard to develop a professional but approachable relationship with their clients. They are trained to manage your expectations and concerns.
- A considered and professional approach to assessing your treatment needs.
- Advice concerning treatments and your broader medical history.
- A plan for the client’s treatment rather than ‘one-off’ actions.
- Follow-up consultations to review progress and effectiveness of treatments.
- Registration with the nursing professional registration body the Nursing Council of New Zealand.
- Professional accountability through membership of CANN with a detailed process for managing adverse outcomes and issues arising from treatments. The specialists.
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