Peninsula Emergency Medicine Registrar Training Day Rota 2014-2017
Steve Fordham v1. Dec 2014

This is the table of curriculum mapped subjects to be taught on the regional training days.
This assumes ACCS CT1-2 competencies are already achieved.

The programme works on the basis below:

It is a 3 year rolling rota. Yearly there is 1 mock exam, 1 critical appraisal day, 1 summer holiday.
Over the three years there are 2 Ultrasound days (1 Exeter and 1 Taunton)
This gives a remaining 25 days.

The 2010 curriculum (CT3-HST) is made up of:

25 Core competencies (CC)
9 Additional Adult Acute presentations (C3AP)
5 HST Major presentations (HMP)
34 HST Acute presentations (HAP)
6 Paediatric major presentations (PMP)
21 Paediatric acute presentations (PAP)

Total = 100 core topics

Therefore:

Each day has 1 Core Competency (CC) topic and 3 of the additional Major and Acute presentations.
Paediatric topics are integrated within the days so topics taught are a mix of adult and paediatric focus on the same broad subjects.
The column FCEM is the suggested format of FCEM real time practice for the day. (O = Osce, C = Crit appraisal, S = Clinical SAQ,
M = Management)

Month Venue Topic FCEM Links/Resources
March 2015 Plymouth C3AP2a-b Traumatic limb and joint injuries
HAP 19 Limb pain and swelling traumatic
PAP 19 painful limbs traumatic
CC7 The patient as a central focus of care
C  
April 2015 Torbay HAP5 Blackouts
PAP3 Acute life threatening event (ALTE)
PAP6 Concerning presentations
CC9 Principles of quality and safety improvement
O  
May 2015 Exeter Ultrasound O/S  
June 2015   Mock Exam    
July 2015 Barnstaple HAP3 Alcohol and substance abuse
PAP2 Accidental poisoning, poisoning and self harm
HAP25 Poisoning
CC11 Managing Long term conditions and promoting patient self care
C  
August 2015   Summer Holiday    
September 2015 Plymouth HAP13 Falls
HAP 15 Fits/Seizure
HAP10 Dialysis
CC12 Relationships with patients and communication within a consultation
M  
October 2015 Exeter HAP7 Bruising and spontaneous bleeding
PAP4 Blood disorders
HAP21 Oncology emergencies
CC13 Breaking bad news
O  
November 2015 Truro HAP8 Chest pain
HAP6 Breathlessness
HAP23 Palpitations
CC14 Complaints and Medical Error
S  
December 2015   Critical Appraisal C  
January 2016 Taunton

HAP28 Rash-life threatening rashes
PAP20 Rashes in children
CC15 Communication with colleagues and cooperation

M  
February 2016 Plymouth HAP20 Major incident management
HAP26 Pre-hospital
HAP11 Environmental Emergencies
CC16 Health promotion and public health
S  
March 2016 Torbay HMP2 Cardiorespiratory Arrest
PMP3 Cardiorespiratory arrest
C3AP3 ABG’s –Interpretation of abnormal blood gas results in the Emergency Department
CC17 Principles of medical ethics and confidentiality
C  
April 2016 Exeter HAP17 Headache
HAP33 Weakness not due to stroke
PAP13 Headache
CC18 Valid Consent
O  
May 2016 Barnstaple HAP27 Pregnancy
HAP30 Sexual assault
HAP31 Sexually transmitted disease
PAP 15 O&G CC19 Legal framework for practice
M  
June 2016   Mock Exam    
July 2016 Plymouth HAP 14 Fever
PAP10 Fever in all age groups
PMP5 The Shocked child
HAP18 Joint swelling atraumatic
CC10 Infection Control 
O  
August 2016   Summer Holiday    
September 2016 Truro

HAP12 Epistaxis
HAP9 Dental Emergencies
PAP8 Dental problems
PAP 9 ENT
PAP21 Sore throat
CC21 Evidence and guidelines

C  
October 2016 Taunton Ultrasound O/S  
November 2016 Plymouth HAP32 Visual loss
PAP16 Opthalmology
CC23 Teaching and training
M  
December 2016   Critical Appraisal C  
January 2017 Exeter PAP11 Floppy child
PAP7 Dehydration secondary to diarrhoea and vomiting
PAP14 Neonatal presentations
CC24 Personal Behaviour
O  
February 2017 Torbay HMP 5 Unconcious patient
PMP6 The unconscious child
C3AP4 Abnormal blood glucose
CC25 Management and NHS structure
S  
March 2017 Barnstaple HAP2 Acute back pain
HAP19 Limb pain and swelling - atraumatic
PAP18 Painful limbs – atraumatic
CC22 Audit
M  
April 2017 Truro HAP16 Haematemesis and Melaena
PAP12 Gastrointestinal bleeding
HAP24 Penile conditions
CC20 Ethical research
O