Short reports and Correspondence| Volume 60, ISSUE 8, P955-956, August 2007

‘What's in a name?’

Published:April 05, 2007DOI:
      The British Association of Plastic Surgeons (BAPS) has recently changed its name to BAPRAS, incorporating Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic surgery. It is felt that BAPRAS will be better positioned to establish the role of ‘Plastic Surgery’ as having these three entities, rather than allowing a progressive division into narrow, separate denominations. Against this background, we conducted a timely survey of the public's perception to plastic surgery as a Specialty.
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