Careers

Paediatric Emergency Medicine

Paediatric Emergency Medicine can be encountered at any point during Core and Higher training in Emergency Medicine, but there is a specific focus on PEM for a 6 month period during CT3 (ST3). In Wales, trainees will be placed in one of five EDs which have at least one Consultant…

Intensive Care Medicine

As part of training in Emergency Medicine there is the expectation to spend 6 month in Intensive Care Medicine. In addition to this there is the opportunity to apply for Higher Specialist training in Intensive Care Medicine and gain dual accreditation in both EM and ICM.

PHEM Careers

Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine has been an Accredited Sub Specialty training option since 2013, and can be accessed from training in EM, ICM and Anaesthesia. There is a national recruitment process annually for postsstarting the following year.

Academic / Teaching

Emergency Medicine in Wales has a burgeoning Academic Profile. We have 2 Professors of Emergency Medicine in Wales. Prof Tim Rainer has recently arrived in Cardiff and is heading the development of an intercalated BSc in Emergency Medicine which is starting in September 2017…

Out of Programme Experience

Emergency Medicine Trainees in Wales are actively encouraged to either dual accredit in another Sub-Specialty or take an Out of Programme Experience (OOPE). These are usually for a maximum of a year and offer an opportunity to take time out of training…

Less Than Full-time Training

Less than Full Time Training is actively encouraged throughout the Wales Deanery – in Emergency Medicine it is heavily supported and very compatible with the rota structure of working that we have. Less Than Full Time Applications have been granted for a number of reasons…