A project for for development of a UK non-surgical aesthetic practice registry
This project will develop the national registry (computer system) for treatments like botox and fillers. These treatments can be given by different people including doctors, beauticians and others. It is currently hard to track how they are being given and if they are causing any problems to the public because they are usually done privately.
We would like to develop an app that people can use to tell us about problems so we can begin to see if we can make the industry safer.
We would like involvement from the very early stages to help us ask the right questions and collect the right data. As well as a contribution to developing the project we would like input at focus groups and consensus meetings.
9th May 2019
14th May 2019
Cosmetic Practice Standards Authority and Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners
The Cosmetic Practice Standards Authority (CPSA) develop and maintain the standards for non-surgical cosmetic practice in the UK
The Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) are the organisation that maintain the registry and ensure practitioners meet these standards
These two organisations will be working with Oxford University
Designing and managing
Peer support will be available where required.
Yes included - Paid according to INVOLVE and DoH (NETSCC) guidance
Travel expenses if required as well as refreshments at any meetings attended.