Faculty of Clinical Informatics Opens Applications

The Faculty of Clinical Informatics, the only UK professional membership body for all clinical informaticians within health and social care, is now open for applications for Membership and Fellowship!

Joining the Faculty offers access to a supportive professional network, helps build knowledge and skills, and allows shared learning with peers to help advance clinical informatics for the benefit of patients and the public. Further member benefits include a monthly e-newsletter, career development support (through mentoring and support with revalidation and appraisals), ability to join Faculty Special Interest Groups (including AI, Early Careers and Diagnosis Recording), and access to Faculty events, including 2 annual conferences, and webinars).

 

The deadline for applications for members and fellows is 24th February 2020. Applications for Associate are accepted at all times.

 

For information about criteria and how to apply, read the press release on the Faculty website.

 

http://bit.ly/FCIApplications

  • Tom Russell

    Tom Russell

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