Following a review by the General Medical Council the curriculum for training in Emergency Medicine is due to change in 2021. Below are the links to all of our St Emlyn’s content and it’s place in the curriculum.
Here at St.Emlyn’s we believe that #FOAMed resources can make you a better doctor AND help you get through the exams. We have linked our posts to the curriculum in three ways.
We have mapped all of the St Emlyn’s content to each section of the curriculum. There are separate pages for Generic Professional Capabilities, Specialty Learning Outcomes and the Clinical Syllabus. all available in the drop down menu, or by clicking the links below.
Generic Professional Capabilities Framework
Specialty Learning Outcomes
SLO 1: Care for physiologically stable adult patients presenting across the full range of complexity
SLO 5 Care for children of all ages in the ED, at all stages of development and children with complex needs
Ear, Nose and Throat
Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
OncP1. Presentations of undiagnosed cancer that may be seen in the ED (including weight loss, dysphagia, pain etc)
Palliative and end of life care
Pharmacology and poisoning
Other clinical presentations
Safeguarding & Psycho-social emergencies in children
SaC1 Conditions presenting as a symptom of NAI or psychological distress, e.g. deliberate self harm, aggression or risk-taking behaviour, recurrent abdominal pain, headaches or faints, recurrent attendances in young children.