I have been a nurse for more than 30 years,
I gained Dermatology skills and knowledge through studying with the Royal College of General Practice and UCLAN Preston.
I put these skills to when working in General Practice as a Nurse Practitioner and Independent Nurse Prescriber. I assessed and treated a range of skin conditions including mole assessment, eczema, rosacea, psoriasis, acne,
In Aesthetics I have received training provided by leading Aesthetic doctors, initially Dr Kate Goldie and currently with Dr Tapan Patels academy. Also academies developed by the companies who make the products, providing conferences and regular training. Aesthetic treatcontinue to be researched and evolve and so is incredibly important to continue to study, to learn, maintain skills and knowledge of all current research and techniques. Safety is at the centre of all training.
I have a passion for the amazing organ that is the skin. Through the study of skin function, I am guided toward the products and treatments that feed skin cells, improve skin function and turnover, to provide effective treatments for each, individual patients requirements.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council, and the MHRA, closely monitor Aesthetic Nursing Practice and currently have advised now that only nurses who are qualified in prescribing medicines can provide you with prescription treatments.
Prescribing Nurses are governed by Medicines Management, and NMC code of practice to maintain high standards of safe and quality practice.
Free face to face consultation is necessary to meet and discuss your concerns and needs. skin assessment tools are used to assess appropriate skin treatments, and a treatment plan can be developed and agreed on.
I find the Aesthetic Industry an exciting, stimulating environment to work in, Experts in the field are happy to network with all practitioners, which provides support and advice.
I am continually assessing products and treatments available, to offer men and women, to improve skin health and maintain fresher, firmer skin, all of which have wonderful anti-ageing effects.
West Drive CLEVELEYS is intersected by the Amounderness way dual carriageway.
when travelling from Carleton direction, cross the Morrison's roundabout and at the traffic light junction turn left. 142 West Drive is approximately 100 yards on the left opposite the green bus shelter.
you may park in the drive.
My home based treatment room entrance is down the driveway and is sign posted.