ACUTE CARE COMMON STEM

Information about postgraduate doctor placements within Anaesthetics, including our induction pack and key resources for postgraduate doctors.

Welcome

Acute Care Common Stem (ACCS) is a three year core training programme enabling Foundation programme doctor to embark into a career in emergency medicine (EM), anaesthetics, intensive care medicine (ICM) and acute medicine (AM).

 

Postgraduate doctors will exit the ACCS programme in EM, AM or anaesthetics. The KSS programme ensures that postgraduate doctor completing the programme have the skills and experience to distinguish and manage an unwell patient.

 

Postgraduate doctor undertake attachments in acute medicine (AM), emergency medicine (EM), anaesthesia and intensive care medicine (ICM).

 

ACCS forms an element of the curricula for the higher specialty training programme CCT programmes in AM, anaesthesia, EM and ICM training. It is the only route for entry into EM training for postgraduate doctors exiting the foundation programme.

CONSULTANT ACCS LEADS:

 

Emergency Medicine: Dr Mandy Morrice

Anaesthetics: Dr Nicky White

Acute Medicine: Dr Svetka Tencheva-Stoencheva

 

Doctor in action (TIA) meeting

Acute Care Common Stem (ACCS) is a three year core training programme enabling Foundation programme doctors to embark into a career in emergency medicine (EM), anaesthetics, intensive care medicine (ICM) and acute medicine (AM).

 

Postgraduate doctors will exit the ACCS programme in EM, AM or anaesthetics. The KSS programme ensures that postgraduate doctors completing the programme have the skills and experience to distinguish and manage an unwell patient.

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