BCAM is a membership body that aims to inform and influence government thinking, represent its members’ interests, raise standards, educate the public and promote safe and ethical practice.
We are committed to:
- Maintaining the highest professional standards of practice in aesthetic medicine in relation to clinical practice and patient care
- Providing educational and professional development activities and opportunities for doctors and dentists
- Supporting research and auditing in aesthetic medicine
- Advancing the effective, safe and ethical practice of aesthetic medicine
- Providing information, guidance and advice on aesthetic medicine and associated health issues
- Promoting the prevention, diagnosis and effective treatment of diseases, disorders and conditions in relation to the practice of aesthetic medicine
- Advising and making representations to medical, governmental, regulatory and other such bodies as may be concerned with any of the aspects of aesthetic medicine
- Collaborating with medical, academic and other institutions in the UK and worldwide in the practice and development of aesthetic medicine
- Providing educational information and advice to the public and patients
- Remaining a not-for-profit organisation for its members and directors
BCAM member Dr Steven Harris talks about what BCAM represents, what the College provides and why membership is so valuable.