The British Association of Sclerotherapists was established in 2003 with the following goals in mind.
To raise and maintain standards of responsible, evidence based practice
To draw up guidelines for safe, evidence based practice
To establish a code of conduct
To promote the safe delegation of treatment to suitably qualified and insured practitioners
To assess current training and establish standards through accreditation
To sponsor workshops and promote continued professional development
To give members access to information on training, conferences and research papers
To offer guidance and support to members and inform the public, media and allied health professionals
To represent practitioners as a respectable body of experts
The British Association of Sclerotherapists has a growing membership and is proving a popular and credible resource for practitioners and members of the public and media. If the web site does not have the information you require, please contact us.
Reasons to join the BAS
Membership of the British Association of Sclerotherapists has the following benefits:
Promote your services through a listing and profile on the BAS web-site public directory and Find a Practitioner sections, a BAS logo or link on your website, and a membership certificate to display.
Access to CPD and member-only articles on the BAS website
Member newsletters and updates on relevant developments
Discounted annual conference and exhibition
Discount on compression stockings
Discounted insurance through Hamilton Fraser, and 15% new member discount if you are already insured with Hamilton Fraser.
Discounted fee for Hamilton Fraser Cosmetic Redress Scheme
Membership is open to any individual over the age of 18 who complies with GMC or NMC rules and guidelines and can demonstrate relevant qualifications and indemnity insurance. The annual membership subscription is £125. Download a Membership Application Form or Apply Online here. The application form gives details of how to join and the documentation required to support your application.