CPD Committee


About the CPD Committee

Below is the list of the CPCA Committee members.

Roman Krumins


Roman Krumins
Short Bio
Roman is a commercially minded individual with experience across a range of industry and government sectors. He has worked as a project and change manager and resolver of disputes commercially and in workplace cases for the supreme court of Queensland. He has also served as chairman of body corporate committees, both residential and commercial, over a period of ten years. He has a vested interest in the perpetuity of the Cosmetic Physicians’ College of Australasia and is very willing to chair its CPD Home Committee.
 Title  Year Gained/Qualified/Graduated 
 Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical)  1979
 Master of Business Administration 1987
 Certificate IV Assessment and Workplace Training  2002
 Certified Mediator   1995
Work Experience
  • State Engineer Queensland ESSO Australia Ltd
  • Minerals Processing Project Engineer Mitchell Cotts Holdings
  • Operations Manager Peanut Marketing Board Kingaroy
  • State Manager Indec Consulting
  • Senior Manger PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Project Manager Virgin Australia Airlines

Dr Keturah Hoffman

Dr Keturah Hoffman
Short Bio
Dr Keturah Hoffman, Registered Medical Practitioner, General Registration Number MED0001546361, is an experienced cosmetic physician of nearly 30 years. She is knowledgeable regarding phlebology and sclerotherapy for leg veins as well as ultrasound and cosmetic chemistry and cosmetic medicine.
As the inaugural president of the Cosmetic Physicians Society of Australasia, she is involved in research and teaching as well as medical politics. She has a Fellowship with both the Australasian College of Phlebology (ACP) and the Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia (CPCA).
Dr Hoffman teaches at the Australasian Academy of Cosmetic Dermal Science where she is the unit coordinator for Cosmetic Injectables training for nurses, and the Course coordinator for the Graduate Certificate in Cosmetic Medicine for doctors. She has a Certificate 4 in Training and Education. Dr Hoffman has been on the board of the CPCA for 5 years and is the liaison officer between CPCA Board and CPD Home committee. She was appointed to the CPD Home committee because of her experience in multiple medical fields and in medical education.
 Title  Year Gained/Qualified/Graduated 
 MBBS(UWA) 1988
 Fellow Australasian College of Phlebology 1994
 Fellow Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia  2015
 Member Australian Society of Cosmetic Chemists   1994
 Member Australian and New Zealand Society of Phlebology   1992
 Certificate 4 in Training and Assessment   2021
Work Experience
 Description  Year  
 Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital 1988-1989
 St John of God Hospital Subiaco 1989
 General Practice Mirrabooka, Nedlands, Claremont, Ballajura 1989-1992
 General Practice Whitfords   1992-1994
 Phlebology at WA Vascular Centre 1989-1994
 General Practice, Phlebology and Cosmetic Medicine Dianella   1994-1997
 Cosmetic Medicine and Phlebology Keturah Day Spas Highgate & Fremantle   1996-2006
 Cosmetic Medicine & Phlebology Keturah Vein & Face Place Perth  2006-2008
 Cosmetic Medicine & Phlebology Restoration Clinic    2008-present
 Wembley Womens Health Clinic    2020-present 
 Education committee CPCA   2018
 Lecturer in Cosmetic Medicine at Australasian Academy of Cosmetic Dermal Science   2019
 Course coordinator at AACDS for nursing and medical cosmetic medical courses   2020

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Dr Mary Dingley

Short Bio

Dr Mary Dingley is a cosmetic medicine practitioner with over 3 decades of experience.  She received her Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from the University of Queensland in 1984 and is a Fellow of both the Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia and the Australian College of Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine.

In 1998 Dr Dingley founded her clinic, The Cosmetic Medicine Centre, focusing on minimally invasive cosmetic procedures while maintaining the ethical base which underpins the traditional values of good medicine.

Dr Dingley has pioneered the use of proven new techniques and developed training programmes for other doctors interested in using these systems appropriately, while always maintaining a commitment to deliver a high standard of care for her patients.
 Title  Year Gained/ Qualified/Graduated 
 MB, BS. University of Queensland 1984
 Intern Princess Alexandra Hospital 1985
 JHO (Surgery) Princess Alexandra Hospital 1986
 Surgical Registrar to Rockhampton Base Hospital (6 month rotation)  1987
 Principal House Officer/Relieving Surgical Registrar Princess Alexandra
Hospital (6 month rotation)  
 Commenced private practice in cosmetic medicine   1988
 Principal Practitioner – The Cosmetic Medicine Centre, 50 Sherwood
Road Toowong Queensland, Australia (duties include cosmetic injectables,
laser and energy-based devices, thread lifts and delegating to and
supervising therapists and nursing staff with their treatments)  
1998 – current
 Fellow of the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery & Medicine (Med)   2003
 Diploma of Laser Medicine – Cosmetic & Dermatological – ACCSM   2005
 Dean of the Faculty of Medicine of the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery   2007-2013
 Fellowship of the Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia (Founding Fellow)   2014
Work Experience

Memberships/Positions Held

 1996-current  Physician member and then Fellow of the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery 
 1999-2014  Member – Cosmetic Physicians Society of Australasia
 2003  Nominee of the CPSA – Radiation Advisory Council Laser Safety Committee
 2004-2014  Cosmetic medicine representative– SCAR (Severe Cystic Acne Resource) now AAA (All About Acne)
 2005-2007    Member of the External Panel of Experts (AMIL/UMP) – Cosmetic Surgery
 2006-2014  Member – Network Lipolysis
 2007-current    Member – Medical Experts Committee/External Panel of Experts – AVANT Insurance Ltd – Cosmetic and laser medicine
 2007-2009    President – Cosmetic Physicians Society of Australasia
 2008-current   Member – International Academy of Cosmetic Dermatology
 2009-current     Member Medico-Legal Society of Queensland
 2010-2012   Immediate Past President – Cosmetic Physicians Society of Australasia
 2014-2019    Board Member – The Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia
 2014-current    Committee Member – The Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia
 2021-current    Member – Merz Expert Collaboration (Australia)
 2022-current    Member – Candela Centre of Excellence (Australia)


Current Licences Held
AHPRA Registration MED0001143897

Possession Licence (Radiation Safety Act 1999) Qld Health for:
Laser Apparatus – Medical procedures
Laser Apparatus – Cosmetic Procedures – skin rejuvenation
Laser Apparatus – Cosmetic Procedures – vascular lesion treatment
Laser Apparatus – Cosmetic Procedures – pigmented lesion treatment
Laser Apparatus – Cosmetic Procedures – tattoo removal
Laser Apparatus – Cosmetic Procedures – skin resurfacing
Laser Apparatus – Cosmetic Procedures – hair removal

Use Licence (Radiation Safety Act 1999) Qld Health for:
Laser Apparatus – Cosmetic Procedures – vascular lesion treatment
Laser Apparatus – Cosmetic Procedures – pigmented lesion treatment
Laser Apparatus – Cosmetic Procedures – hair removal
Laser Apparatus – Cosmetic Procedures – skin resurfacing
Laser Apparatus – Cosmetic Procedures – tattoo removal

Dr Michael Molton

Short Bio
Dr Molton embraces cultural safety in acknowledgement of Australia’s traditional land owners as our First Nations Peoples, elders, past and present and Australia’s broad diverse population. Past President of the CPCA 2018-2022, Dr Michael Molton has practised full-time cosmetic (non-surgical) procedures since 1995. He is a strong advocator of patient safety through appropriate training, continuous professional development, ethics and professionalism.
Dr Molton’s career includes in-person representation to state health departments (NSW Health, SA Health) as Expert and Affirmed Witness during stakeholder consultations (NSW HCCC, Medical Council of NSW) and performed duty as Expert Witness for Ahpra and Expert Opinion, for the ACT Human Rights Commission. Dr Molton is the co-instigator and content contributor of the Graduate Certificate Cosmetic Medicine, AQF Level 8 Australian Government accredited training program.
Dr Molton is currently undertaking further education as Certificate IV Trainer/Assessor in Units of Competency of non-surgical cosmetic procedures. Dr Molton is co-author of multiple Journal Articles, including topics on Body Dysmorphic Disorder, risks and complications of cosmetic injectables, machine-learning technology 3D patient assessment and is a past research assistant University of Western Australia Computer Science Department.
 Title  Year Gained/
 MBBS (UWA) Medical practitioner 1992 General
 Post Graduate Diploma Cosmetic and Dermal Laser 2005
 Chief Trainer/Assessor CPCA prior to accreditation
of Graduate Certificate Cosmetic Medicine Australian
Qualification Framework
 Certificate IV Trainer Assessor (completed but awaiting receipt of his certificate) Australian
Qualification Framework  
Work Experience
 Description  Year  
 Resident Medical Officer Fremantle Hospital Emergency Department 1992
 Registrar Emergency Department, Rockingham Hospital 1993
 Psychiatry Registrar Royal Perth Hospital 1994
 Registrar Geriatric Medicine, Aged Care Assessment team
Osborne Park Hospital  
 Chief Medical Officer Restoration Clinic WA 1997
 CMO Epiclinic   2005-present
 Former Vice President Cosmetic Physicians Society WA   1998
 President Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia  2018-2022
 Extensive experience in all facets of non-surgical cosmetic procedures,
including prescription-only   
 Australian Representative Allergan Expert Panel injectables
and cryolipolysis  
 Key Opinion Leader Solta Medical (non-ionising radiation devices)   2016

Dr Paul Spano

Dr Spano
Short Bio

Paul has worked in cosmetic medicine since 1996. Some of his professional experience includes:  A speaker  on Botox and Microdermabrasion at the CPCA conference Adelaide in 1999 and for the Appearance Medicine Society on Laser Hair Removal and Microdermabrasion the same year. Speaker / Demonstrator Advanced Botox uses CPCA Conference Melbourne 2000 and the Australian Cosmetic Nurse Association Conference, Sydney 2000. Expert Panel Allergan Asia-Pacific Region Advanced Botox Training Techniques Design, Bangkok 2001 and Appointed National Trainer Botox, Allergan Australia 2001. National Executive Committee for the  Cosmetic Physicians Society of Australia and Victorian Representative for the CPSA 2001-2004. He was a speaker on dermal fillers at the Australian College of Cosmetic Surgery Conference in 2014 and has been a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgeons since 2007. Appointed to National Board Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia 2015. Paul has been an examiner for the CPCA.

Paul’s practice is devoted now to hair restoration procedures both surgical and non-surgical. in Melbourne.

Paul designed the current CPCA member portal “Wizard”  for CPD entry in 2018 and served on the Board of the CPCA being the Secretary in 2018. Paul continues on the CPD committee currently.

 Title  Year Gained/
 Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery Melbourne University  1990
 Fellow Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (Ret) 1996
 Fellow Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia 1999
 Diploma in Cosmetic Medicine ACCS   2009
 Fellow Australian College of Cosmetic Surgery (Ret) 2012
Work Experience
 Description  Year  
 Intern at the Royal Melbourne Hospital 1991
 Surgical Registrar Austin Hospital Melbourne (Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery,
Urology, General Surgery and Cardio-thoracic Surgery)
 General Practice  1995-1999
 Private practice in Cosmetic Medicine   1996-1998
 Medical Director / Owner Skinovate Melbourne 1998-2015
 National Medical Director The Total Face Group   2015-2018
 Hair Restoration doctor Knudsen Clinic Melbourne   2006-2016
 Medical Director / Owner Hair Transplants Melbourne   2016-present