The BCAM community is for all doctors and dentists with an interest in developing their career in Aesthetics. It is a not-for-profit organisation and a registered charity (#1181666).
Over 400 clinicians have already realised the benefit of joining their professional body. If you are keen to share your enthusiasm, knowledge and experience, and help to promote Aesthetics and the Aesthetic profession, then joining BCAM is a great place to start. BCAM offers types of membership based on your training level – from medical / dental student through to key opinion leader.
As an Aesthetic doctor or dentist we invite you to join
BCAM offers you the following:-
- BCAM is a GMC Designated Body so offers eligible members a route to Revalidation. Costs are externally benchmarked to be competitive.
- A dedicated Appraiser team and a convenient, fully on-line Appraisal system
- Discounted specialist medical indemnity insurance policy, arranged exclusively for BCAM members
- Annual educational and scientific conferences in the UK and with overseas partners, with international-calibre speakers
- Exclusive access to the BCAM Annual Audit of Aesthetic Practice, the leading indicator of clinical trends in the Aesthetic industry
- Extend your professional network to c400 Aesthetic colleagues, with structured mentoring support available
- Access our library of official documents and reference materials through the members’ area of the BCAM website
- List your clinic in the “Find an Aesthetic Clinician” public access search-engine on the BCAM website
- Support and assistance from the BCAM head office team
- Opportunities to steer BCAM as a member of the Board of Trustees, or raise your profile as a media spokesperson
But don’t take it from us…
86.4% of members polled in 2019 rated BCAM as ‘extremely’ or ‘fairly’ important to the conduct of their practice.
Here’s what some had to say…
“BCAM uniquely has striven to represent our new speciality and set standards of professionalism and integrity in a competitive climate. It has stood up head and shoulders for me as a bit of a beacon of respectability that I wish to associate myself with, as it’s familiar to our profession – in a very different and sometimes grey area of medicine.”
“I much value my BCAM ‘extended family’ – the support and clarification regarding matters affecting our work over the years, such as VAT, revalidation, CQC etc. has been so useful – alongside the annual conference.”
“BCAM is a very supportive, educational and instructive Medical Body, putting its members first to, in turn, put their patients first in clinical care and patient safety, and supporting new generations of Aesthetic practitioners to uphold excellent clinical standards.”
“BCAM provides the structure toAesthetic medicine to practice safe and ethically. [BCAM] builds trust in [the] public for BCAM members for their high standards. I get patients who have found me on BCAM website, they come to me with immense trust because I am a BCAM member. It’s a huge achievement.”