How to get involved with the FCI
There are many ways for our members to get involved in our workstreams.
The FCI is committed to making it possible for all of our members to get involved in our projects. Being involved in the FCI is a great way to meet and network with colleagues, learn about the latest developments in policy and research in the clinical informatics field, and gain important skills and professional development experience.
Annual Scientific Conference 2023
The FCI Events team has started to plan our Annual Scientific Conference 2023. We're inviting members to have their say on what themes you'd like us to focus on at next year's event. To get involved, please fill in this brief survey. We will use your feedback to develop an event that is truly relevant for you and your professional development needs.
Volunteer as a mentor
Our mentorship programme, led by Dr Ian Jackson, exists to help our members to connect with a friendly, experienced and supportive colleague to help their personal and professional development. Our mentors come from a range of professional backgrounds and you don't need to be a senior leader or manager to get involved.
If you would like to learn more about becoming a mentor, please contact the mentorship team.
Join our consultancy panel
The FCI provides high-quality, impartial and expert clinical informatics advice to organisations who are aiming to improve patient care and outcomes. We also support health and care organisations to deliver their transformation objectives. To achieve this work, we draw on experts from across our membership.
If you are a subject-matter expert who is interested in working with the FCI across a range of interesting and complex projects across digital health and care, please contact Jan Hoogewerf.
Join a Committee
The FCI operates through standing committees and working groups. To help us achieve our strategic goals, we need members from a broad range of professional backgrounds and career stages to get involved and join one of our Committees.
Committee members are responsible for attending regular meetings, providing ideas and advice on FCI workstreams, and reviewing policy and project documents. You can find more information about our standing committees, including relevant contact information on our website.
Do you have an idea for a webinar?
The FCI runs a regular series of webinars for our members. If you have an idea for a webinar topic or speaker, we want to hear from you.
To tell us your ideas, please email the Events team.
Develop our learning resources
Managed by our Education and Training Lead, Lorenza Giannella, the FCI provides a number of CPD-accredited learning resources for our members. These resources include our events, webinars and training programmes.
If you would like to help with the development of these events and resources, such as helping to shape the direction of our education strategy and informing our content, please email the Events team.