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BCCA Annual Report 2012

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ANNUAL REPORT 2012 Profession History Anaplastology is a profession with deep historical roots in rehabilitative medicine. For years anaplastologists have provided prostheses and other medical devices which required extra attention to esthetic design and appearance. Advancements in patient care over the last 20 years have increased the need for a dedicated level of clinical and technical skill necessary to conduct safe and effective anaplastology practice in conjunction with emerging technologies and a higher expectation of quality care. Anaplastologists work in a variety of practice settings utilizing a unique skill set to create innovations in anaplastology and advance quality patient care. BCCA History In 1980, Walter Spohn and colleagues founded the American Anaplastology Association (AAA) at Stanford University, in Palo Alto, California. Mr. Spohn wanted the AAA to serve as an open and inspiring "Information Exchange," welcoming all of the multidiscipline specialists involved in prosthetic rehabilitation, and to promote coordination and communication among professionals working along different but related paths in the service of the patient.

At the recommendation of an advisory committee formed in 1997, the membership of the American Anaplastology Association voted to establish a certification board in 2000 to follow the guidelines of the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) — the accrediting body for the agency currently known as the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE). This certification board became the Board for Certification in Clinical Anaplastology (BCCA). Mission The mission of the Board for Certification in Clinical Anaplastology (BCCA) is to promote and provide certification in clinical anaplastology for the enhancement of patient care and professional practice. Vision The vision of the Board for Certification in Clinical Anaplastology is to be recognized as the leader in clinical anaplastology credentialing. Publications in Review The Board for Certification in Clinical Anaplastology would like to recognize the published works of its current membership. The BCCA acknowledges the publication of additional trade and industry journals, however, for the purpose of this annual report, we have chosen prominent scholarly journals representative of our industry. Financial Summary Financial Summary Financial Statement Year Ended December 31, 2012 Member Contributions & Events Awards Best Documentary Short Oscar®: SAVING FACE chronicles the lives of acid-attack survivors Zakia and Rukhsana as they attempt to bring their assailants to justice and move on with their lives. Dubai-based anaplastologist Daril B. Atkins, CCA assisted renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Mohammad Jawad in restoring the faces of the women by creating facial prosthetic devices that covered the damaged portions of the faces making them life-like in size, color, shape and texture. Conferences 26th Annual Conference of the International Anaplastology Association. Ghent, Belgium. May 30 - June, 2012. Anaplastology: Beyond the Horizon.

Advanced Digital Technology (ADT) North America Regional Leadership Group Conference. La Jolla / San Diego, California USA. January 25-26, 2013. BOARD FOR CERTIFICATION IN CLINICAL ANAPLASTOLOGY Research Membership The Certified Clinical Anaplastologist (CCA) is formal recognition for anaplastologist professionals who have met rigorous and demanding eligibility requirements, including formal education, subsequent supervised practice in professional clinical anaplastology, and demonstration of a depth and breadth of knowledge appropriate for effective practice in the profession of anaplastology. Leadership Our internal team consists of a diverse group of professionals with a wide range of expertise devoted to the mission and vision of the BCCA. The Board of Directors is comprised of anaplastologists with areas of specialization including facial prosthetics, dental laboratory technology, somato prosthetics, prosthetics and orthotics, ocular science, craniofacial implants, maxillofacial prosthodontics, and materials science. The Board also includes a member of the public community from FACES: The National Craniofacial Association. Officers Todd M. Kubon
President Suzanne Verma
Vice President David C. Morrison
Secretary Robert K. Robinson
Treasurer Directors Majorie Golden
MAMS, CCA David Hoehn
CCA Julie Jordan-Brown
MAMS, CCA Lynne G. Mayfield
Public Member Allison Vest
MC, CCA Organization Information Board for Certification in Clinical Anaplastology (BCCA)
PO Box 474
South Beloit, Illinois 61080-0474

email: info@bcca-cca.com
phone: 608.295.3827
fax: 608.362.5509
website: www.bcca-cca.com

Copyright ©2013. Board for Certification in Clinical Anaplastology. All Rights Reserved. Board for Certification
in Clinical Anaplastology
Annual Report 2012 BCCA History In 2002, the Board for Certification in Clinical Anaplastology was established as a private, autonomous organization and incorporated in the state of South Carolina as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit mutual benefit corporation.

In 2008, the American Anaplastology Association voted to change the name of the organization to the International Anaplastology Association (IAA) in recognition of the emerging global profession of clinical anaplastology.

The Board for Certification in Clinical Anaplastology and the International Anaplastology Association remain strategic partners working together to achieve objectives that are mutually beneficially for the field of anaplastology. Dear BCCA Member,
We thank you for your commitment to the BCCA and the anaplastology profession.
I am very proud of what we accomplished together in 2012 — no increase to the membership dues, significant financial growth, the addition of expertise and leadership to our Board of Directors, a committed relationship with SeaCrest Consulting Company, and the addition of an Executive Director, Lisa Nepi.

Ms. Nepi has 15 years of advanced proficiency in the development and administration of high stakes certification and licensure programs. She is well-versed in education management and testing solutions with a proven track record for start-up endeavors. She has noted perseverance and effectiveness for strategic thinking and planning and a thorough understanding of working in different nonprofit industries.

Lisa currently works with SeaCrest, a consulting company specializing in certification program accreditation, marketing and communications, certification program management, and starting new programs.

As we focus on 2013, a primary objective is the development of a Policy and Procedure Manual compliant with the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) — the accrediting body for the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE). I am confident that the addition of Lisa to our team will provide the expertise and guidance necessary to navigate through this challenging year.

Thank you for investing your trust in the BCCA as we build the necessary infrastructure for our future and ensure the continued validity, reliability, and legal defensibility of the CCA certification program.

Todd M. Kubon
President Letter from the President IAA Walter Spohn Award Special recognition for excellence in innovation, outstanding research and contributions to the profession. It was named after Walter Spohn, whose enthusiasm for his profession and passion to share his knowledge with others lead to the founding of the International Anaplastology Association in 1980.

2012 Recipient: Julie Jordan-Brown, MAMS, CCA The BCCA recognizes the commitment and efforts of Wendy A. Smith, CP, CCA, who served on the Board of Directors for six (6) years. Ms. Smith was instrumental in the development of policies and guidelines for the BCCA organization and certification program. Outgoing Director Current Membership of Certified Clinical Anaplastologists
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