The British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM) has appointed former BBC journalist Claire Britcher as its new communications coordinator.
The association explains that Britcher will spearhead the charity’s 20th anniversary celebrations in 2021 and raise awareness of the key priorities such as regulation and education.
BCAM president Dr Uliana Gout said, “I am absolutely thrilled to welcome Claire to BCAM! We have a plethora of exciting initiatives in view of our 20th anniversary celebrations in 2021 and we are all excited that Claire will be spearheading them with us. As a charity our key objective is to educate and support the general public and with Claire’s breadth of consumer outreach experience we are delighted to further our voice as leaders in aesthetic medicine.”
On her new role, Britcher commented, “I’m thrilled to be joining BCAM at such an exciting time in the College’s history, and I look forward to celebrating the 20th anniversary with some creative events in this new virtual environment following the success of the first online conference. The growth in popularity of aesthetic treatments and the urgent need for regulation in this sector in the UK provide huge opportunity for BCAM to ensure clinicians’ voices are heard and their expertise is shared with government decision-makers.”