Pre-Hospital care is a well-established branch of medicine, now practised by a broad range of practitioners from first aiders, paramedics, doctors, nurses, first responders, voluntary aid workers and remote medics including multi agency teams such as police, fire and armed forces.
Celebrate the Faculty's 21st anniversary by attending the Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care's Winter Scientific Conference! This two-day lecture programme covers the latest evidence and expert opinion on a range of academic science related to pre-hospital medicine and trauma care.read more
Are you an experienced and qualified practitioner from a paramedic, nursing or medical background? If so you may be eligible to undertake the new Fellowship in Immediate Care (FIMC) and, as appropriate, apply for Faculty Accreditation as a Consultant (Level 8) Practitioner in PHEM.read more
Check out our full range of membership options linked to the pre-hospital care framework, and find out about the benefits of being a member.read more
The Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care run a range of Exams via the Examinations Department of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. The Faculty have also put together a range of video and podcast resources to help guide candidates through the examinations.read more
View our Postgraduate educational programmes in both Remote & Offshore Medicine and Mountain Medicine plus e-Publications.read more
15 March 2018
The winner of the 2018 FPHC Student elective is Portia Rhimes, a final year medical student at Leicester university. She gives us her impressions from the first term.
12 March 2018
In 2015 the Faculty published “Guidance for Medical Provision for Wilderness Medicine”. This was produced in response to requests for information from predominantly younger...
Due to essential systems maintenance and upgrades there will be intermittent interruptions to some on-line services on Saturday 27th of February. There will be further interruption to some core services on Wednesday 2nd and Thursday 3rd of March.
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