The Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine currently has 7 committees and 4 working groups, as follows:

- Faculty Officers Committee ("Executive") - this committee looks after corporate governance matters and finances - the 4 Faculty Officers sit on this committee (Dean, Vice-Dean, Honorary Secretary and Treasurer),

- Education Committee - this committee looks after all educational events run by the Faculty (Spring Study Day, SEMSEP Modules, the Annual Scientific Conference - ASC, Journal Clubs and Grand Rounds etc.),

- PCS Committee - this committee looks after all PCS matters and the accreditation of external CPD events,

- Training Committee - this committee looks after the HST SEM programme, training accreditation, as well as the assessment of applications such as the Medical Council of Ireland's specialist registration applications in Sports and Exercise Medicine under Route E and Route F,

- Fellowship & Membership Committee - this committee looks after the assessment of Associate Membership, Membership and Fellowship applications, as well as the review of Fellowship Ad Eundem and By Election nominations, and is also responsible for a number of ad'hoc projects,

- Corporate Committee - this committee is responsible for corporate matters, and works in collaboration with the FOs on a number of key projects for the Faculty,

Exercise Medicine Committee - this committee is fairly new and is responsible for promoting the Exercise Medicine side of the specialty, generally through CPD activities and public engagement,

Anti-Doping Working Group - this working group deals with anti-doping matters, and up-dates the board with any news on this topic,

- ASC Working Group - this working group is responsible for the organising of our Annual Scientific Conference,

- CARES Working Group - this working group is responsible for the development and running of our new sports trauma course called CARES course. We hope to launch this new course in the near future,

- and finally, ICGP/FSEM MSK Diploma Working Group - this working group is responsible for delivering the joint MSK diploma.