The Ulster Medical Society is a general medical society based in Northern Ireland. Full membership is open to all medical practitioners who are registered or eligibile to be registered, student membership is open to medical students, and associate membership is available to other health professionals such as nurses who are registered or eligible to be registered.
The objects of the Society are to improve the care of the sick and to promote and advance health and medical science by widening, improving and developing the education and knowledge of all concerned in medical matters.
In furtherance of these objects we publish the Ulster Medical Journal in three issues annually and arrange a series of lectures starting in October and ending in March or April.
The Society is registered with the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland. Our Charity Registration Number is NIC104845.
Through the kindness of the Queen's University of Belfast the Society has its own rooms in the Whitla Medical Building, Lisburn Road, Belfast.
We are able to restart live lectures in October 2021 and these will be available online simultaneously via Microsoft Teams. Details are on our Meetings page. Those who have signed up for emails will receive details of how to join the online events. Others are advised to email our Administrator to ask for the same.
If you are not a member of the Ulster Medical Society, we would appeal to you to give the question of joining your consideration. By doing so you will enable us to widen its influence and sphere of usefulness still further, and we would hope that you would benefit from the meetings, the journal, and social contacts.
Quite a number of members have submitted their email addresses and information about lectures is sent to them regularly. Please contact the Administrator if you would like to be included on the list.
The Council of the Ulster Medical Society consists of the President, the office-bearers and six members. All posts are honorary. Changes in the Presidential Posts occur on the installation of the incoming President during the opening meeting in October. All Council Members take up their posts at the end of the Annual General Meeting at which they were elected.
|President:||Dr S McAleer|
|Past President:||Professor MF McMullin|
|President Elect:||Professor N Hart|
|Secretary:||Dr G Greenfield and Dr AN Metcalfe|
|Treasurer:||Ms GM Gallagher|
|Assistant Treasurer:||Ms A Carragher|
|Editor:||Dr M Trimble|
|Junior Member:||Dr AN Metcalfe|
|Student Members:||Ms E Johnston and Mr S Kakar|
|Members 2019/22:||Dr N Heron, Dr J Turner|
|Members 2020/23:||Dr J Houghton, Dr P Elder|
|Members 2021/24:||Dr JC McMillan, Dr CM Wilson|
The Society Administrator is Mrs Kathy Clarke.
Council is keen to see the Society thrive in the Third Millennium. Any member with suggestions for ways in which the Society could be improved is encouraged to speak or write to anyone on Council.