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31 January 2023
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Postponement of FMLM Conference

2023 FMLM Conference update

After a great deal of consideration, we have had to take the difficult decision to postpone the FMLM conference which was to have taken place 28-29 March 2023 due to the growing pressures on colleagues both within the NHS and affiliated organisations and within our society as a whole. 

The first Clinical Fellows Scheme Alumni Symposium is unaffected and will go ahead on 27 March 2023 to celebrate and showcase the phenomenal work of our aspiring and established clinical leaders.   

In addition, FMLM believe we can continue to be of service to our healthcare community during these challenging times. but on a smaller scale. Therefore, we are also planning  a Senior Medical Leaders Symposium on the same day (27 March) with the hope of creating a safe space for NHS leaders to share, learn and be inspired by their peers and experts during this extremely challenging time.  

We are still committed to hosting the FMLM conference to celebrate the work of all that have contributed to advancing healthcare but realistically we will need to postpone this until 2024.  

However our vision for conference will remain the same: Collectively we will celebrate the work of all that have contributed to advancing healthcare, learn from shared insights and academics, and collaborate together to shape our thinking, our efforts and our future plans to better serve patients. 

We are writing to those people booked on to the conference, also processing ticket refunds. We have also written to speakers, those submitting posters and sponsors. 

We appreciate some attendees may have already booked travel and accommodation and would be happy to provide letters that may assist in seeking third party refunds. 

If you would like to be kept informed of our future conference details, please sign-up for our regular bulletin, with details of this and future events, as well as industry and FMLM news. 

The decision to postpone was difficult but as a charity that prides itself on working with and on behalf of the NHS for the sole purpose of advancing patient care, any decision or activity that has the potential to significantly increase the burden felt by our NHS colleagues, both individually and collectively, feels inappropriate and wrong.  

Thank you for bearing with us while we make these changes 

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