The Annual General Meeting of the CMA 2023 (members only)

Our Annual General Meeting for 2023 will take place on 10am Saturday 20th May at:

St Aloysius Catholic Church
20 Phoenix Rd,
London NW1 1TA

Nearest tube – Euston

The meeting will also be live-streamed via Zoom. The link will be sent out to members a few days before the meeting.

Ethical Questions on AI in Healthcare

Catholic Medical Association (UK) National Symposium

Ethical Questions on AI in Healthcare

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is set to impact all walks of life. As healthcare workers, we need to understand what this will mean for us and our patients. Come and listen to our speakers: two clinicians, a philosophical theologian, a clinical scientist, and a professor developing facial and voice behaviour analysis for supporting mental health. Hear about exciting research into ‘truly personalised’ treatment. Consider how we can secure fully human values in this technological revolution. Opportunities for questions. Continue reading “Ethical Questions on AI in Healthcare”

Healthcare at the margins in the age of Covid

CMA Annual Conference and AGM
Healthcare at the margins in the age of Covid
Via Zoom
Date: Saturday 22nd May 2021
Time: 9:15am
Who: All are warmly welcome to the conference. The AGM is open to CMA members only. To become a member of the CMA, please register here.

How do we support the homeless, disadvantaged and other vulnerable people?
How does the Catholic Church support and protect people in need?
What does our faith tell us about how we should respond?

This year’s Annual Conference will look at all these issues and also think through some of the ways in which that all changed with Covid.

The AGMs of the CMA (UK) and the Catholic Medical Missionary Society (CMMS) will start at 9:15am.
The conference itself will start at 11am and run through till 1pm.
Following the conference, Holy Mass will be streamed from Arundel Cathedral in Sussex.

To book your place and get access codes please email

Conference and AGM 2019: Following Jesus in Healthcare

Keynote speakers:

  • David Quinn, Director of the Iona Institute and former editor of the “Irish Catholic”. Bringing faith into public life
  • Sr Andrea Fraile, Sisters of the Gospel of Life. Helping people in a crisis: the work of the Sisters of the Gospel of Life

Welcoming professionals and students of all healthcare professions, Chaplains and all who have an interest in a Catholic view of healthcare today.

  • How can we keep a strong faith in a busy career?
  • How do we bring hope?
  • What is the purpose of healing and healthcare?
  • How can we “live our faith” at work?