Cosmetic boot camp takes interesting approach

According to a press release, the Cosmetic Boot Camp, which focuses on cosmetic dermatology, is restricting registration to physicians who are board certified or board eligible in a relevant specialty. That's seems pretty unusual to me. They also are developing Cosmetic Boot Camps for Office Staff to "train the office staff to provide an integrated and comprehensive cosmetic experience in the physician's office." I like that they're thinking of a team-based approach to care, but it's a little strange that they want to keep the training for the different pieces of the team separate. Then again, I know next to nothing about cosmetic dermatology. Maybe there's some specialty-specific reason for maintaining the training silos?

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