The British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM) has appointed a new Board of Trustees member and vice president.
Aesthetic practitioner Dr Catherine Fairris has been appointed vice president to work alongside president Dr Uliana Gout. Her role involves increasing public outreach, working with stakeholders on regulation and expanding events such as the annual conference and members’ educational brunch sessions.
Dr Fairris said, “I feel privileged to have been given the opportunity to take on this role. I look forward to working with the rest of the Board to accomplish more great things for BCAM.”
The BCAM Board of Trustees has also expanded with the addition of aesthetic practitioner Dr Rupert Critchley. He commented, “It’s a privilege to be selected as a trustee for BCAM. I am passionate about creating change in the UK aesthetics sector and I believe in improving safety standards and regulations, standardising training pathways and educating responsible injectors to help this industry evolve."