Are you an experienced, ambitious Consultant Pathologist? Fellowship of the Faculty of Pathology lets you play an important role in the governance and future direction of your professional body.
You will also enjoy a wide range of exclusive life-long membership benefits from RCPI including access to online journals and exclusive discounts.
As a Fellow of the Faculty of Pathology, you join a committed group of physicians operating at the forefront of medicine in Ireland and internationally. Not only are you helping to transform lives on a daily basis, but you’re contributing to change for future generations.
Prof Hilary HumphreysDean, Faculty of Pathology
If you are interested in becoming a Fellow, we would love to hear from you. Simply contact Rita at the details listed below to arrange a quick informal assessment of your eligibility.
Once we're satisfied that you are eligible to apply for Fellowship, we will send you the necessary forms to complete.
SpRs in Pathology can now become Associate Members of the Faculty.
This membership category was established to facilitate better communication between the Faculty and trainees, as part of the Faculty’s strategy to engage with practitioners in pathology at all stages of their careers.
Associate Membership provides a forum for trainees to bring training and other issues to the attention of the Faculty.
As an Associate Member, you can engage with the Faculty before you complete training - Associate Members are eligible to represent trainees on the Board, and on the Education and Training Committee.
If you are in Higher Specialist Training in Pathology you can apply for Associate Membership of the Faculty of Pathology.
The annual subscription fee is €40 - reduced to €25 if you already hold another category of Membership within RCPI and are in good standing.
You will need a sponsoring Fellow of the Faculty of Pathology, such as your trainer or National Specialty Director.
Contact Rita for queries relating to the Faculty of Pathology - firstname.lastname@example.org and the Faculty of Occupational Medicine - FOM@rcpi.ie. For queries relating to LFOM and MFOM examinations email: email@example.com