CBAM Designations are awarded to the health care practitioners in the field of aesthetic medicine who have enough knowledge and experience in aesthetic injectables and also other non-surgical aesthetic procedures such as Laser, energy-based devices and skin aging and skin treatments. In order to receive these designations, the applicant has to be either a physician or nurse, has to complete the CBAM courses (and in some cases equivalent to CBAM courses), demonstrate experience in the field, and successfully pass the Board Certified Examinations.
The process of designation consists of 3 steps. All the qualified applicants who complete the 3 steps and correlated examinations, will receive a CBAM official certificate of designation and their names and information will be posted on the website. The designated practitioners are required to pay the annual premium membership fee in order to keep their names on the website. (How to become a CBAM Premium Member?)
(by the Canadian Board of Aesthetic Medicine) For doctors only
Certified Aesthetic Medicine Practitioner™ (CAMP™)
Ideal for nurses and other health care practitioners