The Honorary Member category is a special category of Member that is totally at the behest of the BACN and should reflect an individual’s contribution to the Association and the aesthetic sector over a number of years. The BACN is limited to announcing only one honorary member status per year but is not obliged to do so. If a decision is made by the BACN Board to offer a honorary membership it will be announced at the BACN AGM. Honorary Membership will entitle the nominated member to free life membership of the BACN and access to all approved other free services.

Photo Name Notes
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Constance Campion
Elizabeth Bardolph, LLM, RGN, RM, INP, FRSPH As an experienced nurse with fifty years experience in healthcare I have been involved in medical aesthetics for nearly twenty years and run my clinic in Hampshire. I was the last Chair of the Forum for Aesthetic Nurses at the RCN where we strove to raise standards within the specialty as it developed. Following annexation of the forum for aesthetic nurses I co-founded the BACN in 2009 serving as its President for four years. I contributed to the development of the first Graduate Diploma Course for Aesthetic Nurses and was a visiting assessor at the University of Greenwich. As well as being an accredited coach and mentor I am also an accredited Civil Expert Witness. I hold a Masters in Medical Law and Ethics (LLM). My interests include the history of medicine and as a diplomate am a member of faculty at the Society of Apothecaries.
Emma Davies Emma Davies has, throughout her 17 year career in aesthetics made a significant contribution to the furtherance of both cosmetic nursing as a specialist field and best practice standards in cosmetic nursing. Having been a founder member of The British Association of Cosmetic Nursing, she led the group in the first 5 years to support its firm establishment as a credible and respected body in both education and policy. In 2013 she was deservedly awarded The Aesthetic Award for Services to Industry and Nurse Practitioner of The Year.
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Lorna Bowes Lorna has been in aesthetics since the early 1990s, starting as a trainer for collagen dermal fillers before botulinum toxin had entered the arena. After building and selling a national chain of clinics and working on the industry side of the business in various training and management roles Lorna founded AestheticSource with partner David McDonnell in 2011. As a nurse prescriber Lorna remains passionate about best standards in clinical practice and the importance of the role of aesthetic nurses.
Lou Sommereux
Marea Brennan Thorns
Marie Duckett Marie has a wealth of experience in the area of medical aesthetics specialising in facial rejuvenation using dermal fillers and skin care. She currently runs a successful clinic in London’s Harley Street. Having started her aesthetics career in 1995 with Collagen UK, Marie soon discovered the difference that aesthetic treatments were making to people’s lives. Fiona & Marie Aesthetics was established in 1998. Marie served as Chair of the RCN Forum for Aesthetic Nurses. She currently sits on various advisory boards. She is a member of the Aesthetic Medicine Expert Group who are the authors of The Expert Consensus On Complications Of Botulinum Toxin and Dermal Filler Treatments.
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Suzanne Armstrong Suzanne moved into the field of medical aesthetics in 1996 and has worked full time there since, alongside two surgical colleagues. She was a founder member of the Royal College of Nursing forum for aesthetic nurses and sat on the steering committee for two terms, co-ordinating the development of the original competencies and co-authoring several seminal documents. She currently represents the BACN on the Cosmetic interventions high quality care subgroup at the Department of Health.


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