Our new Fellowship Pack

05 Nov 2019

Last week our UK-based Fellows began to receive their new Fellowship Pack from the college, containing our new Fellowship Pin, the latest edition of “voice” (our membership magazine) and some information on the recent work of the college.

Our

Last week our Fellows who are based in the UK or Ireland began to receive their new Fellowship Pack from the college, containing our new Fellowship Pin, the latest edition of “voice” (our membership magazine) and some information on the recent work of the college.

Our Fellows are at the heart of our College community and are our most senior members, who have made substantial contributions to their specialty. Fellowship is a mark of distinction that demonstrates your commitment to lifelong learning to your patients and your peers. We want Fellows of our College to speak up, to make sure our collective voice is heard, and to lead and influence change for the benefit of all.

Here’s some of the reaction we’ve received online over the past week:

Fellowship of the College empowers you to lead the conversation, set the standards and shape the future of your profession.

If you would like to learn about how to become a Fellow of our college, you can find out more on our website

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