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Esthetician's Guide to Working With Physicians from PCI Publishing


PCI Publishing, a division of Paramedical Consultants, Inc., announces a new textbook for teaches and a workbook for students.

The textbooks are titled The Teaching Lesson Plans and Student Work Book for "The Esthetician's Guide to Working with Physicians."

These new books make it easy for teaching a Medical Esthetic Curriculum.

Teacher Lesson Plans

Chapters include:

  • Lesson plans for Class Discussions, Group Work and/or Individual Assignments
  • Teaching Strategies
  • Lesson Plans That Appeal to Various Learning Styles
  • Potential Student Perspectives in Terms of Pre-lesson Mindsets
  • Expected Outcomes Related to Chapter Objectives

Student Work Book

Chapters include:

  • Creative Assignments to Enable Learner Understanding
  • Effective Presentation of Medical Esthetic Principles
  • Innovative Work Book Exercises To Motivate Student Participation
  • Reinforcement of Objectives & Content
  • Various Activities That are Fun and Challenging

PCI Publishing is the Medical Publisher for the Skin Care Industry and their medical journal - PCI Journal provides the reader with information from the latest medical literature from dermatology, plastic surgery, alternative & complementary therapy and cosmetic chemistry.

The journal also covers current licensing issues, salary survey of estheticians working in medical practices and management and marketing columns for the medical skin care practice.

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