Transitional Arrangements 2021
All current trainees not starting their specialty training in August/September 2021 will remain on their current curriculum until after the spring 2022 ARCPs. Further information will be available in due course. Webinars regarding the new curriculum and transitional arrangements are being planned for trainees early next year. Further details on these events will be made available nearer the time.
Medical Examiners e-learning modules
Although primarily intended as part of the training for new Medical Examiners, the e-learning modules contain information that trainees preparing for the CHAT exam might find useful, such as when to refer a case to the coroner and how to complete a death certificate. There are 26 modules, each of which takes around 20 minutes to complete. You can do as many or as few as you wish. A certificate is issued if all 26 are completed. Visit Medical Examiners - e-learning.
Higher Specialist Scientist Training (HSST)
The National School for Healthcare Science (NSHCS) and the Manchester Academy for Healthcare Scientist Education (MAHSE) have both published Handbooks about the HSST programme for Clinical Scientists. Please see the relevant specialty HSST pages for more information.
A joint statement from The Royal College of Pathologists, NSHCS and MAHSE has also been published outlining the informal agreements made so far with regard to the FRCPath, DClinSci and the ICS Project.
A Charter for Postgraduate Medical Training: The Value of the Doctor in Training
In March 2014, the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges launched The Value of the Doctor in Training. This Charter has been developed by the Academy Trainee Doctors' Group as part of the Shape of Training Review and in line with its aims. It defines the guiding principles for the delivery of and participation in medical training across the four nations of the United Kingdom, building on the Charter for Medical Training, developed by the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.