This exciting new programme, set up with funding from Health Education England is the work of the International Education Sub-Committee. Project development is currently underway and we are now asking healthcare services in India and Pakistan to register their interest in joining the one-year pilot of the new curriculum, starting from August 2019.
New documentation for pilot sites
There are some new publications available to help pilot sites get ready for the Emergency Medicine Foundation Programme (EMFP) start in 2019.
Further guidance will be published in January 2019.
Registration for the pilot
If you are interested in finding out more about this work please download the proposal form
which details the planned work and complete and return the registration checklist
. The deadline for registrations has been extended to Friday 21st December 2018
. Further information can be found in the FAQs
As soon as we receive your expression of interest we will be in contact with more information about service requirements and timelines for joining the programme. If you have further questions please do contact the team on (+44) 207 400 6100 or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be asking for feedback from registered parties on the draft curriculum from January 2019. This will be a one year modular curriculum that covers professional and clinical best practice, that is aimed at junior clinicians within 2-3 years of completing undergraduate training.