Dr Rose is affiliated with the following organisations:
General Medical Council
Dr Rose is fully registered with the General Medical Council (License to Practise). The General Medical Council (GMC) is a public body that maintains the official register of medical practitioners within the UK. Its chief responsibility is to protect patient safety. The GMC sets the standards for doctors in the UK, and oversees medical education and training. For more information on the GMC, click here.
Royal College of Physicians
Dr Rose is a member of the Royal College of Physicians (RCP), an independent, patient-centred and clinically led organisation that drives improvement in the diagnosis of disease, the care of individual patients and the health of the whole population, both in the UK and across the globe. For more information on the RCP, click here.
British College of Aesthetic Medicine
Dr Rose is a founder member of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM), a regulatory body for doctors that exists to advance safe and ethical aesthetic medicine. For more information on BCAM, click here.
Dr Rose is an ACE Group (Aesthetic Complications Expert Group) registered practitioner. Although complications in aesthetic medicine are rare and usually not severe, it is important they are dealt with in a consistent and evidence-based manner. Dr Rose is committed to patient safety and fully prepared to deal with any potential complication that could arise. For more information on ACE Group, click here.
The Independent Doctors Federation
Dr Rose is a member of the Independent Doctors Federation (IDF), recognised as the nationwide voice of independent doctors in all matters relating to private medicine, their education and revalidation. IDF exists to promote excellence in the independent medical sector and has close links with the British Medical Association, Care Quality Commission, Department of Health, General Medical Council and Royal Colleges. The IDF offers appraisal to its members modelled on the NHS system which is recognised by the GMC. For more information on the IDF, click here.
Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners
Dr Rose is a member of the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners, an independent regulatory body set up to ensure patient safety. To be registered, practitioners must meet stringent entry requirements, sign up to a strict code of practice and operate within a new set of standards and competencies. For more information on the JCCP, click here.
Dr Rose is Save Face accredited. To become accredited, practitioners are individually assessed on-site against a stringent set of standards. Save Face is a Professional Standards Authority accredited register and is recognised by the Department of Health and NHS England. For more information on Save Face, click here.
ARA UK (Acne and Rosacea Association UK) is a charity set up by eminent dermatologist Professor Tony Chu for the benefit of the millions of people in the UK living with acne and rosacea, providing information and support for sufferers and education for doctors and pharmacists. For more information on ARA UK, click here.
Darika is a well-respected and expert colleague who is dedicated to her profession.