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Fellowships and Awards

Our fellowship, membership and awards ceremony recognises excellence in the science and practice of pharmaceutical medicine, including education, teaching, policy, and engagement. These awards are presented annually in recognition of those who have worked towards our mission to advance the science and practice of pharmaceutical medicine by developing and maintaining competence, ethics and integrity and the highest professional standards in the specialty for the benefit of the public.

 

Election of Ordinary Fellows, Honorary Fellows and Members, and Members by Distinction

The decision to admit an individual as Fellow, Honorary Fellow, Honorary Member or Member by Distinction is made by the Board of Trustees, after consideration of the report of the Fellowship and Awards Committee.

Thank you to those of you who have applied for Fellowship or nominated someone for an award. Applications and nominations for 2022 are now closed.

The Board of Trustees will meet on 12 May 2022 and applicants and those who have nominated will be informed of their decision within one week of the meeting.

Election of Honorary Fellows and Honorary Members 2022

FPM Fellows (FFPM) can nominate individuals for Honorary Fellowship or Honorary Membership. All nominations must be seconded by another FPM Fellow (FFPM).

Honorary Fellowship recognises the recipient’s eminence within their own field and their outstanding contribution to pharmaceutical medicine.

Honorary Membership recognises those who have made significant contributions in the fields of research, teaching, medicine, general science or society.

Honorary Fellows and Members need not be medically qualified and these honours are strictly limited.

Nominations for 2022 are now closed.

Election of Members by Distinction 2022

FPM Fellows (FFPM) can nominate individuals for Membership by Distinction. All nominations must be seconded by another FPM Fellow (FFPM).

This is an exceptional route to Membership for individuals who have made a significant contribution beyond the normal day-to-day practice of pharmaceutical medicine. These awards are limited and may not be made every year.

Members by Distinction have the same rights, privileges and obligations as Members and are required to pay an annual membership subscription and so must agree to being nominated. Members by Distinction will be able to apply for Ordinary Fellowship (FFPM).

Nominations for 2022 are now closed.

Election of Members (MFPM) to Ordinary Fellowship (FFPM) 2022

Fellowship of FPM recognises an individual’s significant contribution to both the practice and science of Pharmaceutical Medicine and to the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine.

Fellowship is an accolade held by some of the most exceptional and innovative pharmaceutical physicians in the world. It is a mark of achievement and skill as a doctor and recognises an ongoing contribution to the profession and the specialty.

Members (MFPM) are eligible to apply to become a Fellow (FFPM) if they have either been a Member for eight or more years, or have been on the GMC Specialist Register for Pharmaceutical Medicine for at least two years.

Applications are accepted from January each year and you will be contacted by e-mail if you meet the eligibility criteria. You can find the annual fees for Fellowship on our Fees and Payments page. Please note, new Fellows are not charged Fellowship fees until the January after their election.

Fellowship of FPM recognises an individual’s significant contribution to both the practice and science of Pharmaceutical Medicine and to the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine.

Fellowship is an accolade held by some of the most exceptional and innovative pharmaceutical physicians in the world. It is a mark of achievement and skill as a doctor and recognises an ongoing contribution to the profession and the specialty.

Members (MFPM) are eligible to apply to become a Fellow (FFPM) if they have either been a Member for eight or more years, or have been on the GMC Specialist Register for Pharmaceutical Medicine for at least two years.

Applications are accepted from January each year and you will be contacted by e-mail if you meet the eligibility criteria. You can find the annual fees for Fellowship on our Fees and Payments page. Please note, new Fellows are not charged Fellowship fees until the January after their election.

Applications for 2022 are now closed.

FPM Awards

Nominations for FPM’s Awards are now closed.

We are delighted to announce we will be giving several new awards this year, in addition to the FPM President’s Medal. These awards will recognise academic achievement and excellence, and commitment to FPM and pharmaceutical medicine.

The FPM President’s Medal

Significant achievements and innovations in our field do not always receive the recognition they deserve. The FPM President’s Medal is the highest honour FPM can bestow, this award recognises exceptional individuals who have gone above and beyond to deliver fundamental and transformational change to the field of pharmaceutical medicine.

All FPM members are eligible to nominate someone for this award.

 

The FPM Volunteer Award

The FPM Volunteer Award is given to an individual in recognition of consistent and/or outstanding efforts and contributions that have helped the FPM to achieve excellence in our mission to advance the science and practice of pharmaceutical medicine.

Nominating someone is a wonderful opportunity to give recognition to an individual whose contribution to FPM has gone above and beyond, or has had a significant impact on our work as a charitable and professional membership body.

 

 

FPM Volunteer Award

Academic Achievement Awards

Each year we will be giving two awards for academic achievement and excellence:

CPM Achievement Award – This is awarded to the candidate with the highest mark for the Certificate in Pharmaceutical Medicine exam (MCQ).

DPM Achievement Award – This is awarded to the candidate with the highest combined mark over three exam papers (SAQ, MCQ and CAP) for the Diploma in Pharmaceutical Medicine exams.

 

DPM and CPM Achievement Awards

Annual Awards Ceremony

FPM’s Annual Fellowship, Membership and Awards Ceremony will take place on 6 July 2022. Hosted at the Royal College of Physicians, this will be our second in-person awards ceremony since the COVID-19 pandemic and we look forward to celebrating this year’s awardees.

All who are eligible to attend will be invited by email.

Annual Awards 2022