1. New Webinars

    18 February 2020

    We are pleased to announce the addition of three new webinars to our third series on common topics in forensic and legal medicine: – Tuesday 25 February 2020: HCPs working in Sexual Offence Medicine (SOM); – Tuesday 03 March 2020: HCPs working in General Forensic Medicine (GFM); – Tuesday 12 May 2020: GMC CESR Applications... Read more

  2. Nominations – VP Forensic Medicine

    06 February 2020

    The post of FFLM Vice President Forensic Medicine becomes vacant in May 2020. This essential and interesting Faculty post is open to Fellows of the FFLM but nominations may be received from all Licentiates, Members or Fellows of the relevant section by submitting a nomination form, available here, to the Registrar at registrar@fflm.ac.uk  or by... Read more

  3. Bookings – FFLM Annual Conference 2020

    31 January 2020

    We’re pleased to announce that bookings for our Annual Conference are now open! Our 14th Annual Conference will take place on Friday 15 and Saturday 16 May 2020 at the Royal College of Pathologists, London. Our theme for 2020 is Challenges in Forensic & Legal Medicine. Confirmed speakers include: – Mr Leslie Hamilton, Chair of... Read more

  4. Recently Updated Publications

    27 January 2020

    The FFLM’s Forensic Science Subcommittee (FSSC) met in November 2019 to review and revise, where appropriate, FFLM documents. The following have been amended and are now available: – Recommendations for the collection of forensic specimens from complainants and suspects;– – Recommendations for the collection of forensic specimens from complainant and suspects – the evidence; –... Read more

  5. Election of Registrar 2020

    22 January 2020

    Fellows, Members and Licentiates of the Faculty are invited to submit nominations for the office of Registrar commencing at the AGM in May 2020. The Registrar, who shall be a Fellow, will normally serve for three years.  Nominations must be made in writing on a FFLM nomination form only. Each candidate shall be proposed and... Read more

  6. October 2020 Exams

    13 January 2020

    The next exam application period will be from Friday 05 June to Friday 03 July. The exams offered in October are the DLM, the Part 1 MFFLM, the Part 1 LFFLM (GFM) and the Part 1 LFFLM (SOM). For more information please visit the Exams page of our website:... Read more

  7. Personal Statements – Ordinary Board Member candidates

    07 January 2020

    There are five candidates applying to fill Ordinary Board Members positions at the FFLM.  Read their personal statements here.  Licentiates, Members and Fellows will have received voting instructions by... Read more

  8. General Forensic Medicine Course – Feb 2020

    23 December 2019

    We are pleased to announce that the next five day Course in General Forensic Medicine, delivered by the FFLM and accredited by Teesside University, will take place at Teesside University from Monday 24 February to Friday 28 February 2020. The course is for is for newly appointed or prospective forensic physicians, nurses and paramedics and... Read more

  9. Apply now – RCGP Secure Environments Group

    19 December 2019

    RCGP Secure Environments Group Representative The FFLM is looking for a representative to sit on the committee of the Royal College of General Practitioners’ (RCGP) Secure Environments Group. The following information may assist applicants in deciding whether they should apply: Essential requirements: • Must be a registered healthcare professional • Must be a registered healthcare... Read more

  10. Expansion of E-Learning – General Forensic Medicine (GFM)

    18 December 2019

    The FFLM/Ulster University E-learning course was revised and updated in May 2020. The course covers the following FFLM exams: DLM, MFFLM Part 1, LFFLM (SOM) and MFFLM (SOM) Part 2. We are currently undertaking an expansion of the e-learning material to include General Forensic Medicine (GFM) with the aim of making the modules available to candidates... Read more