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Dr. Beth Haney earned her Doctorate in Nursing Practice from University of Colorado, Colorado Springs in 2010. Beth graduated in 1994 with her Bachelor’s degree in nursing and also in 2000 with her Master of Science degree in Nursing, both from Loma Linda University. She has worked in urgent care and family practice since 2000 and entered the aesthetics industry in 2002. Beth is the author of Be You-T-Full: Looking Your Best With Botox, Lasers, and Other Magical Cosmetic Treatments, a book on cosmetic treatments and non-surgical options for men and women.
Current professional positions:
· Assistant Clinical Professor at University of California, Irvine in the graduate nursing program; Awarded Faculty of the Year in 2013.
-Owner and clinician at Luxe Aesthetic and Wellness Center that specializes in non-surgical cosmetic dermatology, health promotion, chronic disease prevention and management.
· Primary care provider at Fullerton College Health Center, per diem. · Immediate Past President of the Board of Directors (Present - 2016) for the California Association for Nurse Practitioners (CANP), President of CANP (2012 – 2014) and has held leadership positions in CANP for over 8 years, both at state and local levels.
Dr. Haney is a strong advocate for advanced practice nurses, patients, and health care and the policy affecting medical and nursing practice. She works tirelessly to promote healthy lifestyles through education and evidence and strives to improve the health of the community. In addition she is a political advocate for advanced practice nurses and frequently travels to Sacramento to meet with lawmakers. Dr. Haney has been an invited guest to the annual Advisory Board meeting for Nursing Services Organization, a subsidiary of AON, and was involved in the development of their aesthetic practice insurance policy.
Family practice, dermatology, women's health
|Review Article: J Preg Child Health 2014, 1:114|