BAPAM is a Registered Charity no: 1167785.
All the practitioners on the searchable database have been approved by the Medical Committee. This means they have satisfied the Committee as to their interest and experience in working with performing artists, their qualifications and professional memberships have been verified, and are then checked annually by BAPAM staff. BAPAM also makes an annual check that practitioners’ professional indemnity insurance is maintained up to date.
Note that a practitioner’s inclusion on the Directory does not include a recommendation from BAPAM.
Information in our resources area has been written or reviewed by our clinical specialists. These resources are intended for general use only and are not intended to replace medical advice from a GP or other health professional. BAPAM does not recommend or endorse any specific treatment or therapy, but our information is based on the combined expertise of more than a dozen specialists.
BAPAM collects and processes all personal information in line with the eight principles of the Data Protection Act 1988.
What information do we collect about you?
We collect the information you give us when you subscribe to our newsletter, respond to our emails or participate in our surveys.
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The data will be stored by our EMS (email marketing service) provider in accordance with data protection legislation.
How will we use the information about you?
We will use the information to contact you with emails containing information that we believe to be of interest or value to subscribers to the list.
The information will be used solely for this purpose and will not be shared with third parties.
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