JPRAS Committee of Management
- Members of the JPRAS Committee of Management are all Council members for BAPRAS, and are additionally required to disclose any potential conflicts of interest in relation to institutional affiliations, professional bodies, financial interests, industrial research funding, paid services or consultancies, and editorial or other professional roles with other Journals in the sector.
- Declaration of conflicts of interest are renewed at each meeting of the Committee.
- Mr. David Ward, President of BAPRAS: Retired NHS employee, awarded 'Emeritus Consultant' title with access to facilities at University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust. Continues with medico-legal private practice, receiving instructions from solicitors and UK medical and dental indemnifiers. BAPRAS President 2018, BAPRAS Deputy President 2019, associate member of BSSH, Fellow of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons of England and Edinburgh, Hunterian Trustee at the Royal College of Surgeons of England, Liveryman of the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries. No financial interests held in any pharmaceutical company, device equipment manufacturer, or healthcare provider.
- Mr. Nick James, Chairman: Consultant Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeon employed in NHS by East and North Herts NHS Trust. Responsible Officer, Associate Medical Director for Professional Standards. Private practice - both cosmetic and surgical. Medicolegal practice receiving instructions from both solicitors and UK insurers. Treasurer BAPRAS 2013-19. Trustee BAPRAS. Fellow Royal College of Surgeons of England. Trustee Scar Free Foundation. Member Medical Advisory Panel Motor Sports Association UK. Medical Delegate British Touring Car Championship. No financial interest in any pharmaceutical company, medical equipment company or hospital provider.
- Mr. Mark Henley, Deputy President: NHS employee, Consultant Plastic and Cleft Surgeon Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. Cosmetic, Surgical and medico-legal private practice, receiving instructions from solicitors and UK insurers. BAPRAS Deputy President 2018, BAPRAS President 2019, Member of BSSH, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, Member of Nuffield Council on Bioethics Working Party on Cosmetic Practice, Board member and Immediate Past Chair of PRASIS (Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons Indemnity Scheme), External Examiner University of Manchester MSc course on Ageing Skin and Aesthetic Medicine, Director Mark Henley Associates (Private practice), Director Indigo Indemnity (Provider of Medical Professional Indemnity Insurance). No financial interests held in any pharmaceutical company, device equipment manufacturer, or healthcare provider.
- Mr. Simon Eccles, Honorary Secretary: Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS foundation trust. Works also in private practice in central London, and receives medicolegal instruction. Currently Honorary Secretary of BAPRAS, and previously president of the Plastic Surgery section of the Royal Society of Medicine. Trustee of the charity ‘Facing the world’, and Patron of the charity ‘Elizabeth’s legacy of a Hope’. No financial interests held in any pharmaceutical company, device equipment manufacturer, or healthcare provider.