The British Association of Beauty Therapy and Cosmetology (BABTAC) has released its new Best Practice Guide to support therapists treating patients struggling with or recovering from cancer.
According to the association, the guide provides information on patient rights, insurance considerations, training recommendations and clarification around non-invasive and invasive treatments.
Lesley Blair, chair and CEO of BABTAC, commented, “As a professional association, BABTAC continuously seeks ways to support our members and further the industry. Taking into account all of the information provided and researched, we have developed our stance for treating patients who have or are recovering from cancer which provides the best practice tools needed. Our guidelines are reviewed yearly and updated in light of any new information or research, and are also endorsed by both Cancer Research and Macmillan.”
The BABTAC Best
Practice Guide is available now to all BABTAC members.