The Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP), was formally launched In February 2018 as a ‘self-regulating’ body for the non-surgical aesthetics and hair restoration sector in the United Kingdom and has achieved Professional Standards Authority (PSA) recognition and charitable status. The charitable status reflects the overarching not-for-profit mission of the JCCP which is to improve patient safety and public protection. The concept of the JCCP was envisioned by the Department of Health and was inspired by Health Education England on behalf of NHS England and the Department of Health in 2015.
The JCCP has now launched a new Corporate Membership Programme (CMP) which has been designed to enable commercial businesses and other stakeholders in the non-surgical cosmetic and hair restoration sector to work with the JCCP to improve and promote patient safety and public awareness of all aspects of the non-surgical aesthetics and hair restoration sector and to access a range of benefits and services to be provided by (and in association with) the JCCP.
The JCCP is delighted to announce its founder Corporate Members are –Church Pharmacy, Clinisept+, Irwin Mitchell, Hamilton Fraser, Merz, Teoxane and other non-disclosed corporate members.
At the initial meeting of the CMP it was agreed that the priority areas to focus on over the next 12 months are:
The CMP members also agreed to consider how best their own resources could be combined with those of the JCCP to deliver:
Access to information relating to:
Insights and Analysis of Regulatory Change and Professional Practice Provided by the JCCP from:
Access to debates and discussions around key clinical governance, patient safety and public protection issues:
Access to debates, information, research and papers looking at key issues including:
Access to Information on trends and developments in education and training:
Involvement with key regulatory campaign themes and activities:
Access to Practitioners and Industry Experts:
Professor David Sines CBE – Executive Chair – JCCP said,
‘The JCCP has developed significantly over the last three years and has now broadened its role considerably beyond its important functions to hold registers for practitioners and for approved education and training providers. There is immense support for activities and structures that enable stakeholders across the whole of the non-surgical cosmetic and hair restoration sector to come together to gain access to industry information, share contacts/data and to collectively make the case for more extensive and fair regulation across all services to ensure patient safety.
‘The new JCCP Corporate Membership Programme provides the vehicle by which many commercial stakeholders can come together and pursue a set of shared objectives relating to patient safety and public protection – be it safe practitioners, safe products, safe premises and raising public awareness. This is Year 1 of this exciting programme and we invite more stakeholders to join and influence the direction of the programme’.
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