Membership and Fellowship

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Join the Faculty of Public Health Medicine

Are you an experienced, ambitious Public Health Specialist?

Fellowship of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine lets you play an important role in the governance and future direction of your professional body.

Courses and Masterclasses.

Become a Fellow

You can promote and develop the specialty of Public Health Medicine in Ireland by:

  • acting in an advisory capacity to Government and statutory bodies
  • acting as a vital source of information for media, the general public and other medical professionals
  • developing and delivering postgraduate training programmes
  • setting the standards in the Membership of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine examinations
  • developing and delivering Professional Competence Schemes.

You will also enjoy a wide range of exclusive life-long membership benefits from RCPI.

 

As a Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine, 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.

Professor Elizabeth Keane

Dean, Faculty of Public Health Medicine

Are you ready to become a Fellow?

To become a Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine you must:

  • have been a Member of the Faculty for at least four years (Fellowship by Election), be in good standing and participating in Continuing Professional Development

  • or hold an equivalent Fellowship or qualification (Fellowship Ad Eundum).

If you are interested in becoming a Fellow, we would love to hear from you. Simply contact Grace 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. 

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Course and masterclasses.

Become a Member of the Faculty

You can promote and develop the specialty of Public Health Medicine in Ireland by:

If you have passed both parts of the Membership of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine, Ireland (MFPHMI) exam or hold an equivalent qualification, you can become a Member of the Faculty.

You can enjoy a range of exclusive life-long membership benefits from RCPI, such as free online journals from the BMJ and the New England Journal of Medicine, and an affinity scheme, offering discounts on medical equipment, hotels, insurance, travel and lots more.

 

 

Are you ready to become a Member?

To become a Member of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine you must:

  • have passed both parts of the Membership of the Faculty of Public Health (MFPHMI) examination or have an equivalent qualification
  • be nominated by two Fellows of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine in good standing.

Nominations to Membership are made by submitting a Nomination to Membership Form, which is available on request - simply contact Grace at the details below.

Become a Diplomate Member of the Faculty

If you have passed Part I of the Membership of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine (MFPHMI) exam, you can become a Diplomate Member of the Faculty.

You can enjoy a range of exclusive life-long membership benefits from RCPI, such as free online journals from the BMJ and the New England Journal of Medicine, and an affinity scheme, offering discounts on medical equipment, hotels, insurance, travel and lots more.

 

Are you ready to become a Diplomate Member?

To become a Diplomate Member of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine you must:

  • have passed Part I of the Membership of the Faculty of Public Health (MFPHMI) examination or Part A MFPH (UK)
  • be nominated by two Fellows of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine in good standing.

Nominations to Diplomate Membership are made by submitting a Nomination to Diplomate Membership Form, which is available on request - simply contact Grace at the details below.

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Contact Us

Grace Kelly

Faculty Coordinator, Faculty of Paediatrics and Faculty of Public Health Medicine

Tel: +353 1 863 9695

Contact Grace for queries relating to the Faculty of Paediatrics or the Faculty of Public Health Medicine.