Regulation

The JCCP has been established as a vehicle to promote patient safety in the world of non-surgical aesthetics and hair restoration surgery. It achieves this by the provision of information/advice to the public and its ‘Practitioner Register’. Practitioners must meet stringent entry requirements, sign up to a strict Code of Practice and operate within a new set of standards and competences.

The BAHRS contributed to the development of the JCCP Hair Restoration Surgery modality.

For more information about the JCCP please visit the their website.

Joining the Practitioner Register :

A practitioner will be able to register either fully or provisionally:

  • Provisional Hair Restoration Surgery Registration
    – Completion of Level 7 Hair Restoration Surgery Theory course
    AND
    – Certification of Royal College of Surgeons Basic Surgical Skills Course or equivalent
  • Full Hair Restoration Surgery Registration
    – Certification by International Board of Hair Restoration Surgery (IBHRS) / American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery (ABHRS)
    OR
    Equivalent
    AND
    – Certification of Royal College of Surgeons Basic Surgical Skills Course or equivalent

For more information on the JCCP Register, go to: JCCP/Join Now

The JCCP work with the Cosmetic Practice Standards Authority (CPSA) who have developed a set of clinical and practice standards that can be used for registration and the development of a set of accredited and recognised educational / training qualifications, programmes and bodies. BAHRS members Nilofer Farjo, Reza Nessab and Greg Williams were part of the Hair Restoration Surgery working group that developed the CPSA standards for Hair Transplant Surgery and also for Prosthetic Hair Fibre Implantation.

To find out more about the CPSA, visit the CPSA website.