NEW - CE Article - ROSACEA-Signs, Symptoms and Subtypes
from PCI Journal
1. Read the article.
2. Take the test, record your answers in the test answer section (Section B) on CE Registration Form.
3. Complete the CE Registration information (Section A) and Course Evaluation (Section C).
4. Mail completed CE Registration Form and fee to: PCI Journal, 484 Spring Avenue, Ridgewood, NJ 07450-4624.
5. This CE activity is approved through July 1, 2012.
Paramedical Consultants, Inc., publishers of the PCI Journal and WWU have been approved by the NCEA COA.
This educational activity has been approved for 1.0 CE - COA#PCIA0709
GENERAL PURPOSE STATEMENT
To provide the skin care professional with a review of Rosacea-Signs, Symptoms and Subtypes.
After reading this article and taking this test, the skin care professional will be able to:
1. Describe the signs and symptoms of rosacea.
2. Outline and understand the subtype classification system.
Download Full CE Article and CE Registration Form here
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Meet the 2009 Faculty
Ben Johnson, M.D.
CEO Osmosis, LLC
An Alternative View on How to Treat Skin Conditions
A majority of existing treatments for skin conditions involve monthly and/or daily exfoliation. Most skin conditions have their greatest impact at the dermal level and scar tissues is rarely addressed. This presentation will discuss an alternative view on what can have an impact on scarring, chronic exfoliation and lack of dermal activity.
Warfield Posts Blog on the Debut Site “Beauty School Lounge”
from the desk of Susanne S. Warfield
The debut of "The Beauty School Lounge", a first-of-its-kind social network for students, educators and professionals in the skin care, beauty and cosmetology field, features Susanne S. Warfield as a Skin Care Expert. The lounge is an interactive boutique where beauty enthusiasts around the globe can network, access helpful tools, and follow the hottest styles and discussion topics in the beauty industry as they evolve. Create a profile and inform other users about job skills, beauty school or salon. After becoming friends with fellow users, view their updates and postings.
Warfield's first post can be read here.
The Future of (Anti) Aging
from San Francisco Chronicle
This article explains the old, new, and future ways to combat aging. More
Adding Face Value?
from The Gazette
With unemployment at a 25-year high, job seekers such as Broward County, Fla., interior designer Jerry Johnson think a little nip, tuck or peel might be the answer to getting work.More
Mathematics Taking Guesswork Out Of Plastic Surgery Tissue Transfer
from Medical News Today
Plastic surgeons are turning to mathematics to take the guesswork out of efforts to ensure that live tissue segments that are selected to restore damaged body parts will have enough blood and oxygen to survive the surgical transfer. More
Clearing Up the Mystery of Adult Acne
from CBS News
Thought acne was gone forever when you hit 20?
Forget what you've heard -- acne isn't a teen-specific phenomenon.
|Why Should I Become Nationally Certified?|
It is NCEA’s goal to have all state regulatory boards “recognize NCEA Certified Professionals in their state.” Standardization of educational requirements provided within the NCEA Certification Program support mobility of the skin care professional State-to-State and Internationally.
NCEA has the commitment of several state boards to review the NCEA Certification Program, and as each state announces their participation, NCEA Certified Professionals will have increased mobility.
It is NCEA’s goal to further define and convey standards of practice by raising the educational requirements of a skin care professional to a standardized 1200 hours across the country.
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