BCAM Builds On 2021 Successes With New Vice President and Expanded Board


The British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM) is building on last year’s 20th anniversary success and development, growing its professional team to 13 with the addition of a third new Board member and the appointment of a vice president.

BCAM celebrated its milestone anniversary in 2021 with a programme of modernisation including the launch of a new logo and website and the introduction of a Masters-level membership examination, plus the 20th Anniversary Mindfulness and Wellbeing Initiative which has been shortlisted in the 2022 Aesthetics Awards.

President Dr Uliana Gout said: “As BCAM enters the next chapter of its history, our aim is to broaden our remit and outreach. We feel this can be best achieved by strengthening our team, adding new trustees with additional roles and responsibilities, and we are incredibly excited to move forward with a dynamic Board and professional services team.”

The College has appointed trustee Dr Catherine Fairris as Vice President/President Elect to work alongside Dr Gout, with plans to increase public outreach, work with stakeholders on regulation issues and expand events such as the annual conference and members’ educational brunch sessions.

Dr Fairris, who is the trustee responsible for education and events, said: “I feel incredibly privileged to have been given the opportunity to take on this role. I look forward to working with the rest of the Board in this new capacity to accomplish more great things for BCAM, its members and the aesthetic medicine community as a whole.”

The BCAM Board has been further strengthened by the addition of Dr Rupert Critchley, who has a keen interest in education, bringing the total number of trustees to eight.

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