Changes to ePortfolio
We have listened to your feedback and are making changes to our ePortfolio. Our new flexible ePortfolio launches August 2021 and will better support your training and the new Emergency Medicine curriculum.
We’re here to support you through these changes and will post regular updates in 2021 to get you ready for our new system. We are currently working on a variety of videos, podcasts and documentation to guide you on the new ePortfolio system.
While you wait, we recommend reading through the curriculum changes. Click here for further information.
The RCEM ePortfolio is platform that allows RCEM members, with the appropriate category, to create a learning record that provides actual evidence of achievement to support either their progression through a recognised training programme or provide evidence on their professional development for future use.
The RCEM ePorfolio is available through the NHS ePortfolios platform nhseportfolios.org
Access to the ePortfolio
If you wish to have ePortfolio access you will need to complete the online application form.
To obtain more information about the fees and process, please visit our membership pages.
If you are an existing member who would now like to have access to the ePortfolio please complete an online application form or contact the membership team who will be able to assist you with this.
Upon successful application a username and password will be issued which will allow you access to the RCEM ePortfolio; this can take up to 10 working days.
Please be aware that Core EM Trainees (CT1-3), HST trainees (ST4-6), Run-Through-Trainees (ST1-6) and those in LAT or FTSTA posts need to register with the College.
These are separate processes to applying for Membership of the College or registering with the LETB/deanery.
Educational / Clinical supervisors
Educational / Clinical supervisors, who do not already have an account on NHS ePortfolios, should complete the ePortfolio Educational Supervisors form , and email it to ePortfolio@RCEM.ac.uk
Those in non-training posts must identify an EM consultant to act as an educational supervisor.