1. FFLM Examinations

    27 August 2020

    In line with many Royal Colleges and other institutions, we are moving to online written exams. As well as mitigating the risk of candidates having to miss exams due to local lockdowns, we hope this will also make it easier for those candidates who may have difficulties travelling to examination centres. All October 2020 candidates... Read more

  2. LFFLM Examination Resources

    17 July 2020

    For those intending to sit the LFFLM GFM or SOM, you may find it helpful to see how the chapters of the Portfolio are marked. The mark sheet for each chapter and the criteria used for marking will be available under Publications later today. These may help you to see what is expected in your Portfolio and... Read more

  3. Licentiate in Forensic & Legal Medicine (LFFLM (SOM) [c]) Route For Experienced Paediatricians Via Prescribed/Equivalent Experience

    08 July 2020

    The following sets out the route to LFFLM (SOM) (c) for senior paediatricians, experienced in conducting forensic child sexual abuse (CSA) examinations. (c) stands for Child. This route to the LFFLM is via recognition of prescribed/equivalent experience by accreditation of prior learning and experience in combination with some elements of the current LFFLM (SOM) (c)... Read more

  4. New FAQs For Exams

    12 June 2020

    The free webinar, on Thursday 11 June, was a complete success and nearly 70 people watched it live. It was entitled Stay Alert – Pass Exam. It will be available to watch in due course. Some of the questions that were asked during the presentation were put together in this FAQ document. Please have a... Read more

  5. Frozen Exam Fees

    10 June 2020

    We are happy to announce that the exam fees for 2021 will be the same as the 2020 ones. For further information please visit our Fees and Diary... Read more

  6. New Exams Regulations And Guidelines

    15 May 2020

    Note that our exams regulations and guidelines have been updated. We ask all our future candidates to read these versions below even if they have read previous versions. General Regulations – to be read by all candidates; DLM LFFLM (GFM) LFFLM (SOM) MFFLM Please contact our Exams Manager, Jay C Barton-Costa, if you have any... Read more

  7. AGM Meeting Link

    15 May 2020

    We have had queries from quite a number of members who did not have opportunity to read the AGM invitation, and subsequently did not RSVP to obtain the meeting link. We therefore include the link below for convenience and if you are able to RSVP to forensic.medicine@fflm.ac.uk it would be greatly appreciated.   Friday 15... Read more

  8. Membership & Fellowship Committee member required

    13 May 2020

    Applications are invited for a Nurse, who must be a Licentiate or Affiliate Member of the FFLM, to join the Faculty’s Membership and Fellowship Committee (MFC). The committee meets every two months and the next meeting is at 10:00 on Thursday 25 June 2020. These meetings are currently held virtually. The Membership and Fellowship committee... Read more

  9. The National Police Chiefs’ Council Clinical Governance Panel – FFLM Representative Required

    13 May 2020

    The FFLM has been asked to support the work of this panel which has been established to support the local clinical governance embedded in individual police forces to deliver first aid, specifically for the advanced first aid delivery required for firearms and public order roles. The group meets in London, though virtually at the moment,... Read more

  10. Election of Faculty Board Member (Nurse)

    04 May 2020

    Amended eligibility Further to our recent notification of the Board vacancy, Nurse Affiliates are also eligible to apply.  We apologise for this omission and consequently extend the application period. Nurse Affiliates and Licentiates of the Faculty who are Nurses are invited to submit applications for the office of Ordinary Member (Nurse) of the Faculty Board.... Read more

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