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Nasal decolonization with alcohol based antiseptic
I traveled to Moscow to share ideas and techniques at the Russian Association of Professional Piercers second annual conference August 13-16 2018 Thanks to the ruAPP for an enthusiastic and curious experience as a speaker and participant. I would be pleased to return in 2019 if you’ll have me. Overall, the conference seemed Continue Reading
Join the Association and hundreds of piercers as we come together to celebrate the 23rd Annual Conference and Exposition! Our classrooms will once again fill with attendees from all over the world. Piercers, Studio Owners, Vendors, and Health Inspectors will all come together for a week of education and peer-to-peer Continue Reading
Another fine interview in a series of fellow Body Artists, this time with Sean “Xeon” McManus who worked with me at Piercing Experience, and a contest to win a copy of his Film, “The Marionette”!
My guest this week on the Piercing Wizard Podcast is Christina Blossey of Piercing Experience in Atlanta. We talk about how she got into the industry and her growth from apprentice under last week’s guest (Brian Skellie) to studio owner.
An opportunity to share ideas with my colleagues hosted by Ryan Ouellette from Precision Body Arts. Check out his podcast for interesting discussions with piercers, including my former apprentice Christina Blossey of Piercing Experience. Ryan Ouellette: November 9 at 6:34pm · Nashua, NH, United States · My guest on the Piercing Wizard Podcast this week is Brian Skellie. Continue Reading
Brian Skellie comes to Brasil for 5th International Tattoo Convention of Joinville #propiercersleague
Leaving instruments unprocessed for any period of time can lead to the development of biofilm. The recommendation is to begin the cleaning process as soon as possible. As a matter of fact, a number of manufacturer’s instructions for use (IFUs) are now specifying the time frame that cleaning should be implemented. This ranges from “immediately after use” to “within 10, 20 or 30 minutes;” it varies with the device/instrument manufacturer. The manufacturer’s IFUs should always be followed.
Here is a 22 minute interview that I did at BMXnet this year for Russian colleagues. (In English with Russian subtitles) The first question was: Can a professional piercers use a catheter? The second question was about the use of steel for totally healed piercing. The last question: What way Continue Reading
See you there to share! I’ll be here just before BMXnet to help my colleagues further their organizational momentum!! It gives us great pleasure to announce the 2nd annual UKAPP seminars. Sunday 4th & Monday 5th at the Radisson Blu hotel just a 2 minute walk from Birmingham Moor street train Continue Reading
As President of the Association of Professional Piercers, I have a regular editorial column in The Point magazine. Issue 73 editorial Please enjoy my article on asepsis in the new issue of The Point by the Association of Professional Piercers
Glad you could visit my site, and I’ll be pleased to talk with you and address your questions in detail. As an authorized SciCan dealer for our lovely Body Modification world, and I’ve written quite a bit about protocol for Statim use in our field, especially for piercing and tattoo. https://brnskll.com/shares/statim has plenty of detail Continue Reading
Piercing InkSpired (PDF Download) Sean Dowdell of InkSpired Magazine interviews APP President Brian Skellie Let me know what you think!
As President of the Association of Professional Piercers, I have a regular editorial column in The Point magazine. Issue 69 editorial Some of the most fundamental ideas about piercing are those that are most intriguing and still relevant to question. What materials are available now to make jewelry for initial healing Continue Reading
Our friends at the CDC created a helpful website about hand washing, which is worth the time to read through. I particularly appreciate their “Show me the science” section. ;) How to make your own “Didn’t Wash Hands” Alarm | MAKE. Big brother says, “wash your hands” More on Germ theory Continue Reading
Aseptic No Touch Technique may be used in conjunction with sterile gloves as an alternative to full surgical asepsis for body piercing procedures. I demonstrated variations on this with colleagues during the Versatility in Piercing Techniques series of workshops for the 2014 APP conference. The following is from ANTT.org: What is Aseptic Non Continue Reading
Nick completed his Masters degree at the Ohio State University in Somatic and Cultural Studies in 2002. His final project, “Somatic Piercing: The Art and Ritual of Body Piercing” portrays his experiences in body rituals as well as illuminates other piercers’ views on the matter.
The Knowledge | HOW TO REBUILD OUR WORLD FROM SCRATCH.
You are a pierced woman, he said, looking into my eyes and smiling.
I lifted my head so that I could take a peek: Brian Skellie, my piercer, had successfully stabbed me with a needle so I could wear a silver ring with a hematite stone on my navel.
SSI Prevention: Evidence-Based Practices Replace Lingering “Sacred Cows’ in the OR
This report explores the prevention of surgical site infections (SSIs) within the context of evidence-based practices replacing “sacred cows” in the operating room. It focuses on the critical practice of preoperative hair removal.
When Thomas Paine noted in 1776 that, “A long habit of not thinking a thing wrong, gives it a superficial appearance of being right,” he could not have imagined that he was describing a current tug-of-war that still exists in some operating rooms today.
A simple and effective way of avoiding sharps injury without a cork or tube.
CONFERENCE IS ALMOST UPON US! THE CONFERENCE ADVANCED (ONLINE) REGISTRATION WILL SHUT DOWN AT MIDNIGHT ON MAY 17TH, PST ANY CHANGES TO YOUR REGISTRATION SHOULD BE MADE BEFORE THEN (OR WILL HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL WE ARE ONSITE IN LAS VEGAS) BANQUET DINNER SPONSORED BY INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH BODY JEWELRY; ANATOMETAL, INC.; LEROI, INC.; Continue Reading
Perhaps if he was more diplomatic and better demonstrated his hypothesis he would have had a better response from his colleagues
Brian Skellie at the 2ND Educational Congress for Professional Body Piercers in Brasil
“To wipe the slate clean is to forget all past problems or mistakes and start something again. That is what wiping a surface is all about – to get rid of the past and start anew.” S.M.Kovach