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Governance – Articles of AssociationCode of conductMembership applications BAAPS Local M&M meetings Annual Conference Psychology Course × The British Association of Aesthetic Surgeons President: Miss Mary O'Brien Objectives: The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons is a charity which aims to advance safety, education and ethical aesthetic practice whilst supporting innovation and excellence in the field. × BAAPS Support Chair: Nora Nugent Objectives: BAAPS Support is able to represent areas of interest to BAAPS Members that fall outside the remit of BAAPS, the charity, such as business support and advice × BAAPS Corporate Lead: Megan Lancaster-Smith Objectives: Creating industry relationships allows BAAPS to generate funds whilst delivering industry marketing objectives. × BAAPS Academy Lead: Ash Mosahebi Objectives: To play a leadership role in advancing the science and practice of education across surgical and non-surgical aesthetics by providing online courses and master classes in the field. × Certification Scheme Leads: Paul Harris & Jeyeram Srinivasan Objectives: The Certification Scheme aims to provide accreditation for key competencies, demonstrating expertise to patients and ultimately helping to make cosmetic surgery safer. × Member Audit Lead: Mr Rajiv Grover Objectives: The BAAPS Member audit is a key tool for the member annual appraisal process and revalidation as well as providing unique data which offers the only valid source of information about aesthetic surgery activity in the UK. × PR Committee Chair: Caroline Payne Objectives: To outline strategy and manage press and public messaging. × Professional Standards Lead: Mike Tyler Objectives: A panel of plastic surgeons to review complaints and complex practice issues brought to the Association. × Governance Lead: Dan Marsh Objectives: To keep the governance of the association updated and relevant. × BAAPS Local Objectives: Assist plastic surgeons develop local M & M meetings to foster governance and audit of aesthetic practices, professional discussion, governance matters and clinical support among peers. These meetings will count towards certification credits. × Annual Conference Leads for 2021: Nora Nugent & Dan Marsh Objectives: BAAPS Annual International Conference, attended by 400 plastic surgeons from around the world. × Psychology Course Lead: Caroline Payne Objective: Courses run by psychologists to support plastic surgeons with psychological patient assessment tools to which count towards certification. BAAPS Academy BAAPS Academy BASE Facilitation Programme – to develop new educators - AoMEqualification On-line Courses Masterclasses Head to Toe Series Video platform Trainee education Clinical Guidelines Liposuction Guidelines Abdominoplasty Aesthetic Practice Fellowships BAAPS Travel Fellowship BAAPS/BAPRAS Aesthetic Fellowship BAAPS Member Aesthetic Fellowship × BAAPS Academy Lead: Ash Mosahebi Objectives: To play a leadership role in advancing the science and practice of education across surgical and non-surgical aesthetics by providing online courses and master classes in the field. × BASE Facilitation Programme Lead: Marc Pacifico & Ash Mosahebi Objectives: BAAPS recognised that courses and certifications exist for aesthetic procedures, many of which have no involvement from BAAPS members, and many of which almost preclude BAAPS members from qualifying as approved trainers within their definitions. BAAPS has created a prestigious and recognized certification for those who are experienced lecturers and higher level trainers. × Masterclass Lead: Alastair Platt Objectives: To deliver advanced educational sessions in aesthetic plastic surgery for trainees and consultants. × Head to Toe Lead: Manaf Khatib & Alastair Platt Objectives: A series of aesthetic webinar based training in all areas of aesthetic plastic surgery. × Video Platform Lead: Nora Nugent Objectives: To bring a fully virtual learning platform to the membership. × Trainee Education Lead: Alastair Platt Objectives: The Regional Aesthetic Training Days and are run for pre-and post-CCT trainee, the annual series aim to support the curriculum and deliver core aesthetic training. × Clinical Guidelines Lead: Marc Pacifico Objectives: BAAPS aim to keep clinical guidance documents updated and circulated to all members. × Liposuction Guidelines Lead: Marc Pacifico Objectives: Due to recent concerns over the safety of liposuction, BAAPS joined with BAPRAS to create the first UK guidelines on liposuction for aesthetic surgery and lipoedema. × Abdominoplasty Leads: Antony MacQuillan & Dan Marsh Objectives: To create up to date abdomnioplasty guidance. × Aesthetic Practice Leads: Paul Harris and Hyda Rhida Objectives: To create up to do date guidance on aesthetic practice. × Fellowships Objectives: BAAPS supports trainees through several Fellowships throughout the year. × BAAPS Travel Fellowships Objectives: BAAPS offers 3 x £1,000 Travel Fellowships to Trainee BAAPS Members, these are awarded at the Annual Meeting. × BAAPS/BAPRAS Aesthetic Fellowship Objectives: BAAPS and BAPRAS offer a joint fellowships for up to 4 Trainees per year. These are awarded in February/March. × BAAPS Member Aesthetic Fellowships Leads: Marc Pacifico & Dan Marsh Objectives: For BAAPS Members to apply to host and fund a fellow for 3 month fellowships in their private practices.