Diploma Program in Aesthetic Medicine
Part 1: Online and Virtual sections
There are 8 courses which are delivered in this section. As soon as you register for the package and pay the deposit, you will get access to the materials. Your access will remain until the end of the period of your package:
In addition you will get access to all ongoing Virtual aesthetic courses. (see the page here)
Part 2: Local In-class Practical Courses
This includes 8 days (4 weekend) in-class hands-on courses in the city you live in or in a nearby city in your country. During this 8 day practical courses, the following topics will be reviewed:
- Aesthetic Injectables (Basic and Advanced)
- Laser treatments
- Chemical peel
Part 3: Complete online MCQ comprehensive exam
The questions in this exam include all the materials are taught in online and in-class programs plus some questions from the CBAM virtual aesthetic courses (see the courses here)
After the successful completion of this exam, the applicants will receive a certificate as Diploma in Aesthetic Medicine. At this stage, the name of the applicant will not appear on CBAM website.
Price for Step 1: $7500 CAD See payment options
Advanced Aesthetic Fellowship Program
As soon as you complete the step 1 and perform the Comprehensive MCQ exam, you are qualified to apply for the Advanced Fellowship program in one of the centres in your city or a nearby city in your country. As soon as you arrange with the faculty, you can start your fellowship.
There are 2 activities in this step:
Activity 1: Supervised Advanced Fellowship
Length: 40 hours
During this 40 hours of small group fellowship, the practitioners will gain more experience in the field by visiting more number of patients. This 40 hour fellowship program is a necessary step in the process of Board Certification in order to prove the graduates have adequate hands-on experience and skills in aesthetic field.
Activity 2: Articles review
In this stage, the applicant must read and summarize 2 articles in the field of aesthetic medicine from the list of suggested articles.
After completion of these 2 activities, your faculty(ies) will sign your evaluation sheet and submit to the CBAM head office.
At this point, the applicant is qualified to take the final OSCE exam (Step 3)
Final OSCE Exam (Step 3)
This exam includes 4 rooms conducted by CBAM faculty head office for all the approved applicants. Here is the list of rooms:
- Injectables room
- Anatomy room
- Laser room
- Cosmetic dermatology room
In each room, the faculty will discuss some cases with the applicants. The applicant will receive a mark based on their performance in each room.
After passing this step, the applicant will be awarded the designation of Board Certified in Aesthetic medicine and their name will be on a page on CBAM website and can be searched by colleagues and patients. (see a sample of this page).
Here is also a sample of certificate of Board Certified in Aesthetic Medicine.