The Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) has created a draft 10-point plan that aims to create a strategy that can be used to inform and address issues relating to regulation, patient safety, education and training.
Created with input from Government, practitioners, regulators, professional bodies, associations, pharmaceutical companies and insurance providers, the plan identifies key policy areas where significant changes are required. Professor David Sines, executive chair of the JCCP, said, “The JCCP believes there is a strong willingness for the sector to come together, debate its priorities for action and to present a united and committed approach to Government and regulators. In order to do this, we must be able to agree on the issues to be addressed and contribute resources and expertise to delivering this plan to the key decision makers.”
The 10-point plan will be available on the JCCP website soon and stakeholders are invited to submit responses by June 1. These can be sent to email@example.com.