Honorary Fellowship is an award granted by the Faculty to clinical informaticians who have made an exceptional contribution to the science and practice of clinical informatics. This is the highest accolade that the Faculty can bestow.
Honorary Fellows will not pay a subscription fee to the Faculty. They are expected to support the interests and values of the Faculty. They are not entitled to vote in elections for the Faculty Council or Officers.
The Faculty may elect any person as an Honorary Fellow, regardless of professional status or geographical location, who has:
- through leadership, research or practice development, demonstrated exceptional and original contributions to the science and practice of clinical informatics during their career, that have led to the improvement of health and care to patients and the public.
- had long and distinguished involvement nationally or internationally in the development or implementation of clinical informatics systems or the development or application of clinical informatics standards, that have led to the improvement of health and care to patients and the public.
- made an exceptional contribution to the advancement of the Faculty and its charitable objects.
How to apply
- Honorary fellowships are appointed on an annual basis. Nominations can be made throughout the year but must be made before the deadline. The deadline for 2020 nominations is 26th June 2020.
- To be considered, an individual must be nominated by at least 2 FCI Fellows. Those nominating an Honorary Fellow must complete the nomination form (including a citation and brief summary of the individual’s CV) and return the form to email@example.com.