BCAM obtains charity status

18 Apr 2019

The British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM) has been awarded registered charitable status in England and Wales by the Charity Commission under the Charities Act.

President of BCAM, Dr Paul Charlson, said he was thrilled with the announcement, commenting, “The awarding of charitable status to BCAM is another step on the journey to becoming the leading organisation for the setting of standards and delivery of safe, effective and appropriate aesthetic treatments to the public by qualified and trained doctors and dentists.”

In a statement released by BCAM, it was noted that the association aims to promote health and safety in the field of aesthetic medicine and advancing practitioner education. The organisation hopes to achieve this by promoting and encouraging the study of this specialty, conducting research, encouraging training standards, as well as promoting the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases, disorders and conditions associated with the practice of aesthetic medicine.


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