BAPRAS in the news
NHS England - ‘Top doc issues safety warning ahead of stay at home firework displays’
Mail Online - Doctors raise concerns over DIY firework displays
BBC News - Don't hold home firework displays, urge doctors
The National - Doctors raise concerns over DIY firework displays
The Herald - Doctors raise concerns over DIY firework displays
The Courier - Doctors raise concerns over DIY firework displays
Sunday Post - Doctors raise concerns over DIY firework displays
Press Association - Doctors Raise Concerns Over DIY Firework Displays – syndicated across 100+ local outlets
The Press and Journal - ‘Medics advise against DIY firework displays’
The Guardian - More than 1,500 NHS breast reconstructions delayed due to COVID
Daily Mirror - Avoid DIY and gardening during coconavirus lockdown, urge doctors
The Sun Online - Don't do gardening or DIY during coronavirus lockdown, docs warn
The Telegraph - Self isolaters warned against unnecessary DIY, after spike in traumatic injuries caused by power tools see hospitals stretched even further
BBC News - Cosmetic surgery: Woman scarred after procedure in Turkey
Yahoo - Woman fears for unborn baby after botched tummy tuck left her battling sepsis
The Sun (and the Scottish Sun) - BABY FEARS Pregnant mum told to 'prepare for the worst' after botched £4,000 tummy tuck triggered deadly sepsis
Daily Mail - Expectant mother, 27, tells how she almost died of sepsis after botched £42,00 tummy tuck she had in Poland to become 'Insta perfect' became infected
The Mirror - Woman, 27, almost died after botched £4,200 tummy tuck to become 'Insta perfect'
Evening Times - Pregnant woman fears botched tummy tuck abroad might hurt unborn baby
The Huffington Post - Tweakments and top-ups: Are young women happy with a flawless face?
The Guardian - NHS surgeons say fireworks should carry graphic warnings
Mail Online - Leading surgeons call for fireworks to be sold in cigarette-style packaging with graphic images of life-changing burns and injuries
Mail Online - BAPRAS president Mark Henley quoted in response to new Channel 4 show 'the Surjury'
Fashionista - Beauty tourism is a quietly flourishing global industry
Vice UK - The unstoppable rise of the 'Instagram Face'
The Guardian - My breast reduction: Why I had the surgery that helped Simona Halep win at Wimbledon
Huffpost - 'If You’re Stabbed In The Street, This Is What Happens In The Seconds, Minutes And Hours After'
The Sunday Post - 'Plastic surgeon warns that fireworks thrown at football matches can scar, injure and kill'
BBC News - 'Five-minute 'needle' nose job'?
Mail Online & The Sun - 'Schoolgirls as young as 13 are seeking Botox to mimic celebrities amid a rise in metal health and self-esteem problems, plastic surgeons warn'
The Times - 'Teenagers line up for Botox jabs to mimic celebrities'
Glamour Magazine - 'A new TV show sees a judging panel vote on whether people need plastic surgery and the world is NOT happy'
Belfast Telegraph - 'Surgeons slam Channel 4 show in which young people plead to go under the knife
Mail Online - 'Doctors accuse Channel 4 show of "glamorising" surgery in new show which sees young people plead with a jury to approve their "dream" cosmetic procedures'
The Guardian - 'Plastic Surgeons call for tougher UK rules on dermal fillers'
BBC News - 'Losing 18st left me uncomfortable in my own skin'
The Telegraph - 'Fireworks should carry cigarette-style graphic warnings to prevent injuries, say plastic surgeons'
The Huffington Post - 'Why it's time to stop selling Fireworks'
Press Association - 'Call for graphic warnings on firework packaging'
The Guardian - ‘Plastic surgeons call for cigarette-style warnings on fireworks’
The Times - 'It's time to rein in fireworks'
The Times - 'Surgeons call for curbs on fireworks 'sold like sweets"
BBC News - ‘Firework packaging should show graphic injuries, doctors say’
Metro - ‘Fireworks ‘should carry graphic warnings on packet’ as injuries double’
ITV News - ‘Call for graphic warnings on firework packaging’
Manchester Evening News - ‘Doctors say firework packaging should show graphic warnings’
BBC News Online - BAPRAS member and plastic surgeon Paolo Matteucci successfully campaigned for Lisa Beardsley to receive NHS-funded botox treatment after her face was left paralysed from facial palsy
Evening Standard - Plastic surgery abroad: what you need to know about 'medical tourism'
Mirror - BAPRAS members among surgeons to issue warnings as 'Superdrug brings Botox and dermal filler treatments to high street'
The Guardian - Tongue splitting poses serious risk to health, say surgeons
BBC News Online - Tongue splitting: Surgeons warn of serious health risks
The Sun - Snakey stuff: What is tongue splitting, is it legal in the UK and what are the risks?
The Metro - People who get their tongues split are putting their lives at risk
Mail Online - From nerve damage to haemorrhage and even trouble breathing: Doctors warn about the 'horrific consequences' of bizarre tongue-splitting trend
Newsweek - What is tongue-splitting? Trend could have dangerous health risks, surgeons warn
The Independent - BAPRAS member Joe o'Donoghue comments on an investigation that has found women with breast cancer may be denied access to reconstructive surgery to 'reduce NHS costs'
The Telegraph - BAPRAS involvement in launch of new CCG Guidelines for Oncoplastic Breast Surgery Guidelines after findings show breast cancer patients are being denied reconstructive surgery
GQ - BAPRAS member Demetrius Evrivades recognised for pioneering work on penile reconstruction of wounded soldiers returning from Afghanistan
The Independent - First man to receive double hand transplant in UK writes thank you letter to BAPRAS member, Simon Kay
The Guardian - 'Botched Cosmetic Surgery'. BAPRAS member Simon Eccles recommends patients investigate procedures and surgeons thoroughly before going ahead with surgery
Mail Online - BAPRAS member Ruth Waters asks 'Why are women still being denied breast reconstruction?'
Mail Online - BAPRAS member Shehan Hettiaratchy invited to meet with PM Theresa May for Britain's most inspiring health worker awards
Assocations Now - A Public Awareness Lesson from Avocados (Avocado Hand)
Daily Mail - BAPRAS member Shehan Hettiaratchy nominated for 2017 Health Hero Award by patient who received treatment following the Westminster Bridge terrorist attack
Daily Mail- Anna de Leo recommends fitting of safety latches on doors at home to prevent finger crush injuries in children
Sunday Times (behind pay wall)- Simon Eccles comments on lack of regulation in the aesthetic medicine industry
Guardian Telegraph BBC Metro -Simon Eccles warned people to exercise care when removing stones from avocados, to avoid 'avocado hand'
The Times The Mirror- Jorge Leon-Villapalos commented on the rise in acid attacks on young people
BBC the One Show- Omar Ahmed appeared on the One Show this month, talking about a procedure he'd performed as part of a team of surgeons, during which a benign tumour was removed from a patient's jaw and reconstructed, using 3D technology
The Guardian- Honorary Secretary Simon Eccles comments on lack of change in regulation of cosmetic procedures on the 4th anniversary of the Keogh Report
BBC Radio Manchester- Kavit Amin explained more about the recent landmark double hand transplant procedure
Belfast Telegraph and Babycentre.co.uk- With Cleft Lip and Palate Awareness week underway, BAPRAS' Chris Hill talks about patients that he's helped
The Daily Mail- Chair of the BAPRAS Innovation Special Interest Group, Ryan Kerstein, comments on a new device which could be used to detect bacterial growth in wounds
Talk Radio- BAPRAS' Brent Tanner talks to Talk Radio about penis transplant surgery- Listen again
The Daily Mail- BAPRAS Member Sarah Tucker saves the life and leg of a moped crash victim
The Guardian- Is cosmetic surgery the new acceptable face of womanhood?
Sky News- Thousands risk health over cosmetic surgery
Daily Mail- BAPRAS President Nigel Mercer comments on the possible reasons behind a failed buttock implant procedure
The Sun- Patient story- focus on craniosynostosis, with advice from BAPRAS Member Steven Wall
C21 Magazine- Chair of BAPRAS' Head and Neck Special Interest Group Omar Ahmed talks about the role of aesthetic and reconstructive surgery