Aesthetic training provider Interface Aesthetics has celebrated its one-year anniversary of the Junior Trainee Mentorship Scheme (JTMS).
The scheme was created to help junior healthcare professionals gain training in aesthetics. Throughout its first year, the scheme has seen results among its mentees and is now beginning to expand, outlines director of Interface Aesthetics Mr James Olding.
The training academy has recruited a team of national and international ambassadors extending across medical, dental and nursing schools throughout the UK, as well as in Spain and Brazil. The team was recruited by lead undergraduate member and dental student Miss Zeanab Chaer. The ambassadors include penultimate and final year medical, dental and nursing students and include 20 in total.
Mr Olding commented, “Celebrating our one-year anniversary is particularly special for our team, as the idea of the scheme of undergraduate mentorship and inclusion in our clinical field was something truly unique. From my perspective as director, it has been an amazing experience to work alongside the undergraduates. We are proud to already count three international presentations among our research successes involving our undergraduate mentees, with more in the pipeline for the coming months!”