Updates from the BACN

02 May 2023
Volume 12 · Issue 4


Lisa Feliz talks about recent updates from the BACN and how current memebers have benefitted in their professional development

Over the past decade, aesthetics in the UK has experienced significant changes, driven by technological advancements, shifting consumer demands and regulatory changes. The British Association of Cosmetic Nurses (BACN) has played a vital role in supporting nurses throughout this period of evolution.

As non-surgical treatments have grown in popularity, the BACN has been working to raise standards within the sector by offering training and support to its members.

The BACN was established to provide a professional network and support system for nurses working in the aesthetics sector. Since then, it has grown to become one of the largest and most respected associations for aesthetic nurses in the UK. The association offers a range of initiatives and educational resources to help its members stay up to date with the latest developments in the field.

One of the key ways in which the BACN has supported nurses over the past decade has been by providing a forum for professional development and networking. The association hosts an annual conference, which brings together nurses and other aesthetic professionals from across the UK to share knowledge and expertise. This event provides an opportunity for attendees to learn about new treatments and techniques, as well as to connect with other professionals in the field.

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