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7-HIEM Recognition

HIEM Trainees Nepal, 2018 Batch.


HIEM training/ITR has been recognised by RCEM as Associate Membership (AOST) - Associate Member (Approved Overseas Training). Currently, this category is for Iceland, Republic of Ireland Emergency Medicine trainees and HIEM trainees only.

Trainees will come to the UK for training through Medical Training Initiative (MTI) national scheme. The MTI scheme is designed to allow a small number of doctors to enter the UK from overseas for a maximum of 24 months, so that they can benefit from training and development in NHS services before returning to their home countries as specialist. In this training pathway, trainees do not need to sit the PLAB exam.


Once trainees have completed their four years training (including UK training) and Passed MRCEM Exam, candidates will apply to NMC for specialist register to work as specialist in Emergency Medicine in Nepal. Currently all of the royal college qualifications are accepted by NMC (Eg MRCS,MRCP, MRCEM, FRCEM,FRCES,FRCP etc), HIEM training is very high standard training in which our trainees will following RCEM curriculum, RCEM eportfolio, Clinical/Educational supervision provided by UK/Nepal consultants who have been trained up to UK standard, ARCP Annual Review of Competence Progression will be assessed by UK and Nepal Consultants. Local (Home country - Eg Nepal) clinical competency already has been integrated in the training programme.

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