1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. Recently Updated Publications

    13 December 2019

    The following documents have now been revised and republished on our website: – Head injury warning: Advice to custody officers, gaolers & detention officers; – Safe and Secure Administration of Medication in Police Custody; – Operational procedures and equipment for clinical rooms in police stations;  – Operational procedures and equipment for clinical facilities in Sexual... Read more

  7. MFFLM/LFFLM Part 2 Examination Revision Days – Nov/Dec 2019

    23 November 2019

    The FFLM has put together examination revision days for those taking, or thinking of taking, the MFFLM or LFFLM Part 2 Examination in Sexual Offences Medicine (SOM) and General Forensic Medicine (GFM). The SOM course will take place on Saturday 30 November 2019 at the Castlefield Hotel, Manchester. The programme and booking information can be viewed... Read more

  8. Forensic Sampling: Innovations for the 21st Century – 23 November 2019

    05 November 2019

    There’s still time to book for our course Forensic Sampling – Innovations for the 21st Century on Saturday 23 November at the Holiday Inn – Regent’s Park, London. This course will be lecture based with presentations from forensic scientists, police, and the Forensic Science Regulator, Dr Gillian Tully. There will be time for discussion of... Read more

  9. Important Information For LFFLM (GFM & SOM) Candidates

    23 October 2019

    Upon passing the October 2019 Part 1 LFFLM Examination, GFM or SOM, please note the following: – Completed COVEs (or Portfolios) must be submitted by the end of the application period, which is on 29 November 2019, as this gives time for marking and any revision before the examination; – It is important that the... Read more

  10. Medical Examiners Committee: Guidance No.31 Death Referrals and Medical Examiners

    01 October 2019

    New Regulations come into force today that make clear that a registered medical practitioner must notify the relevant senior coroner of a person’s death if they come to know of the death and in certain types of cases. Hitherto there have been no such regulations and the circumstances of reporting deaths by medical practitioners to... Read more