Applications for Membership and Fellowship of the Faculty are now open!

Since being established, the Faculty has now grown to a membership of 542 Members, Fellows and Associates. Due to continued interest from potential members, the Faculty has decided to again open up for applications!

"The stars are starting to align.": Dr Brendan O'Brien on the Faculty of Clinical Informatics

Dr Brendan O’Brien is Consultant Clinical Informatics Specialist for Northern Ireland and has been involved with the development of the Faculty of Clinical Informatics from the outset. Read about his professional journey so far, and his future aspirations for clinical informaticians in health and social care.

‘A digital future for health and care’: Professor Maureen Baker on the importance of clinical informatics

Former Chair of the Faculty Shadow Board and the RCGP, Professor Maureen Baker CBE is now Chair of the PRSB and has long-time been a champion of better data and information-sharing to improve patient care. We are pleased to introduce Maureen’s thoughts on the Faculty and the importance of clinical informaticians.

The Role of Clinical Informatics and Clinical Informaticians in Improving Health and Social Care

Faculty of Clinical Informatics explains what ‘Clinical Informatics’ is and how it uses information & IT to capture, use and communicate clinical knowledge to provide vital support to health & social care professionals, ensuring that workers can provide safe, efficient and effective person-centred care in the best way.