1. Recently Updated Publications

    21 September 2018

    The following documents have now been revised and republished on our website: – Recommendations – Consent from children and young people in police custody in England and Wales; – Care of suspects of sexual assault in police custody. Please visit our Publications page to view... Read more

  2. SARC Best Practice Day – 15 September 2018

    04 September 2018

    There is still time to book for our Annual SARC Best Practice Day on Saturday 15 September 2018 at the Holiday Inn, Regent’s Park, London. Confirmed speakers include: – Dr Sarwat Bari, Locum Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust and and Forensic Medical Examiner, Thames Valley Sexual Assault Services, CareUK Ltd; –... Read more

  3. General Forensic Medicine Course – Nov 2018

    02 August 2018

    Our next course in General Forensic Medicine will be taking place from 05 to 09 November 2018 at our offices in Aldgate, London.  The course is aimed at newly appointed or prospective forensic physicians, nurses and paramedics. Training is provided by experienced forensic physicians. Handouts and supporting materials are provided along with a course reading list. ... Read more

  4. Introductory Training Course in General Forensic Medicine: 26 February – 02 March 2018

    08 January 2018

    We are running a one-week Introductory Training Course in General Forensic Medicine for health care professionals from Monday 26 February to Friday 02 March 2018 in London at the FFLM Offices in Aldgate.  This course is for newly appointed or prospective forensic physicians, nurses and paramedics. For more information and to book, please click here.... Read more

  5. Webinars for Forensic Practitioners

    07 September 2015

    The FFLM is pleased to announce the start of a series of webinars on common topics in General Forensic Medicine. A series of 10 webinars will be given by leading experts in the field and commence on a weekly basis beginning on Thursday 6 August. These webinars are designed for doctors, nurses and paramedics working... Read more

  6. Application to be an Examiner of The Faculty of Forensic & Legal Medicine (FFLM)

    01 July 2015

    The Faculty of Forensic & Legal Medicine (FFLM) is seeking to appoint examiners in the following areas: two Medico-Legal Advisor (MLA) examiners, two General Forensic Medicine (GFM) examiners and two Sexual Offences Medicine (SOM) examiners. Examiners act on behalf of the FFLM in overseeing the academic arrangements for setting their respective examinations and in maintaining... Read more

  7. Deputy Chief Examiner for Sexual Offences Medicine

    11 March 2015

    A Deputy Chief Examiner for Sexual Offences Medicine is required for the MFFLM Examination. Under the current Standing Orders, two of the three Deputy Chief Examiners should be Fellows of the FFLM, and the other Deputy may be a Member. Candidates should have successfully completed examiner training for the Membership examination and have expertise in... Read more

  8. Forensic Science Regulator – January 2015 Newsletter

    03 February 2015

    The Forensic Science Regulator has published the latest newsletter – download it here.... Read more

  9. Forensic Physician Representative to Chair the Forensic Science Subcommittee (FSSC)

    27 January 2015

    Applications are invited from forensic physicians, working in either Sexual Offence Medicine (SOM) or General Forensic Medicine (GFM) and ideally both to serve as chair of the FFLM FSSC. The appointment is for three years. This is an important post requiring a considerable time commitment, in addition to attendance at Committee meetings. As well as... Read more

  10. Forensic Physician Representative to join the RCGP Secure Environment Group (SEG)

    27 January 2015

    The FFLM is looking to appoint a representative to join the RCGP Secure Environments Group (SEG). The following are attributes that we are seeking: Registered medical practitioner working in England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland (essential) MFFLM, MRCGP or MRCPsych (essential) Experience working in police custody medicine (essential) Experience working in prison custody medicine (desirable)... Read more