On July 31, the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) held a board meeting to discuss the possibility of restricting entry to the practitioner register for those who want to inject toxins and dermal fillers.
The Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) has received accreditation for from the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) for a second year in a row.
A statement by the Association for Cosmetic Practitioners Britain (ACPB) has been released today in response to the recent Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners' (JCCP) announcement to only allow healthcare professionals onto Part 1 of the JCCP Practitioner Register.
New technology will be in place from January 31 to monitor advertisements on social media relating to the promotion of prescription-only medicines (POMs) such as botulinum toxin.
The Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) has published new guidance for responsible prescribing for cosmetic practitioners.
The Joint Council of Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) has appointed new technology partners to assist with data collection.
The importance of data collection in aesthetics to help influence regulatory change was the key message at the first JCCP Stakeholder Council Meeting in London on May 3.
Industry Qualifications (IQ) has recently had confirmation that its Level 7 Certificate in Injectables for Aesthetic Medicine meets the criteria for the Joint Council of Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) approval, meaning that all graduates of the qualification may be eligible for entry to the JCCP register.
Industry Qualifications (IQ), that provides certification of people and organisations to national and international standards, has awarded the first Ofqual regulated qualifications for 'Injectables in Aesthetic Medicine' at level 7.
The Department of Health and Social Care will launch a media awareness campaign on May 13 to highlight the potential dangers and safety issues around surgical and non-surgical aesthetic treatments in the UK.