1. Free Webinar for Members – Tonight

    16 July 2020

    Over the month of June, the FFLM published the following eleven documents – it really was a bumper month! – Safe and Secure Handling and Supply of Medicines in Sexual Assault Services for Adults and Children – Proforma – Paediatric Forensic Medical Examination – Guidance for best practice for the management of intimate images which... Read more

  2. FFLM Strategy for 2020/21

    09 July 2020

    The FFLM’s strategy highlights our objectives for 2020/21, outlining ways that we will lead and support our members and shape the future of forensic and legal medicine. This is the first time that a formal strategy has been published by the FFLM and we have included the progress made over the past 6 months. You... Read more

  3. Exam Revision Webinar – 10 September 2020

    26 June 2020

    Prof Sarah Hull, Lead Examiner for the Diploma of Legal Medicine and Part 1 MFFLM exam will be presenting a revision webinar on Thursday 10 September at 19:00, ‘Hints And Tips For The October 2020 Examinations’. A brief overview of the syllabus will be provided along with helpful hints for revision. For members (Affiliates, Associates,... Read more

  4. New FFLM Webinar Series

    19 June 2020

    We are pleased to announce our new webinar series will start on Monday 06 July 2020 with a presentation on the Role of the Medical Examiner by Prof Jason Payne-James. The webinar programme will cover Legal Medicine, General Forensic Medicine, and Sexual Offence Medicine topics to update experienced practitioners, as well as helping those candidates... Read more

  5. Free webinar: Stay Alert – Pass Exam

    04 June 2020

    The Chief Examiner, Dr Caroline Jones, will be presenting a webinar on the revised regulations and syllabi for FFLM examinations on Thursday 11 June at 19:00. Please email forensic.medicine@fflm.ac.uk to register. The learning objectives for the webinar can be viewed here. This is the start of a new series of FFLM webinars. The new series... Read more

  6. FFLM Courses – June/July 2020

    27 March 2020

    Unfortunately the following June/July events have been postponed due to COVID-19: – Mental Health Care and Intellectual Disability Day for HCPs/clinicians working in GFM and SOM; – General Forensic Medicine: Best Practice Day; – MFFLM Part 1 and DLM Examination Revision Day. We are currently considering whether these events can be held virtually. The five-day... Read more

  7. COVID-19 – Latest Information

    16 March 2020

    COVID-19 represents a major public health challenge. The FFLM is closely monitoring the situation and developing practical resources and support for Healthcare Professionals. These are available online here. These will be updated as the situation develops but things are extremely fast moving so please make sure you are using the latest version. Every attempt will be... Read more

  8. Behind the scenes at FFLM – the video

    31 August 2018

      The Faculty of Forensic & Legal Medicine – the roles of its members and fellows in the forensic and legal arena…... Read more

  9. Press release: Doctors, nurses and paramedics working in police custody call for standards to protect patients and avoid miscarriages of justice

    29 October 2015

    Concerns about deaths in police custody and other harms to vulnerable patients have spurred the Faculty of Forensic Medicine (FFLM) at the Royal College of Physicians of London, the UK Association of Forensic Nurses (UKAFN) and the College of Paramedics to jointly demand that healthcare professionals working in police custody possess appropriate qualifications. The three... Read more

  10. Press release: FFLM calls for delay to transfer of police custody health care to the NHS

    28 September 2015

    The Faculty of Forensic & Legal Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians (FFLM), in a letter to the Home Secretary, has called for the NHS commissioning and funding of health care in police custody (planned for April 2016) to be delayed. The FFLM believes that current plans set out by NHS England (NHSE) will... Read more

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