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What is BCAM?
British College of Aesthetic Medicine
The British College of Aesthetic Medicine – BCAM – was founded in 2001.
It is a professional body whose members are all qualified doctors. The organisation aims to encourage regulation within the industry and make aesthetic medicine safer for the public.
As the UK aesthetics industry moves towards regulation, BCAM is able to provide input and expertise; working with organisations such as Health Education England (HEE) and the General Medical Council (GMC), various diplomas and the Department of Health.
Future of BCAM
Dr Paul Charlson, president of BCAM, says:
“In the future we aim to become more involved in diploma development.
“We aim to create a new website with social media linkage to allow members to be easily identified by the public, and increase our media presence and membership in order to be seen as the ‘go to’ organisation for high quality advice and practitioners.”
For more information see bcam.ac.uk.
BCAM Doctors, Bristol
He is highly qualified and experienced as an Aesthetic Doctor and works closely with leading manufacturers.
Quinn Clinics was established in 2006 and offers a full range of cosmetic, medical and laser skin treatments at its two clinics.
As well as anti-ageing cosmetic injections performed by the clinic’s owner and founder, Dr John Quinn, the Bristol-based clinic can offer the latest laser technology including IPL, laser, CO2 fractional laser and radiofrequency treatment.
Anti-ageing and skin improvement services are also available at the company’s London clinic based in Greenwich/Blackheath.