This survey will help inform RCEM’s development, design and delivery of a new curriculum for Emergency Medicine.  In order to meet the regulatory requirements of the GMC we are required to evidence our consultative process with a wide range of stakeholders, including evidence on how changes may impact on groups of people who share protected characteristics.  This survey is the first stage of a consultation process and there will be further opportunities to submit your views as the curriculum progresses through further surveys and regional roadshows.  The information you provide is submitted anonymously.

Before completing the survey you’re strongly advised to familiarise yourself with key documentation about the curriculum available on the College homepage; https://www.rcem.ac.uk/RCEM/Exams_Training/UK_Trainees/Curriculum.aspx 

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* 1. Please confirm your age

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* 2. What best describes your gender

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* 3. Do you identify as trans

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* 4. Please confirm your sexual orientation

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* 5. Marriage and Civil Partnership status

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* 6. What is your ethnicity

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* 7. Do you consider yourself to be disabled under the Equality Act 2010

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* 8. Please confirm your religion

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* 9. Maternity/paternity status

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* 10. Please confirm your role

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* 11. Please confirm your deanery or region

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* 12. Do you feel the purpose statement (https://www.rcem.ac.uk/docs/Training/Purpose%20Statement%2017_04_18.pdf) accurately expressess the curriculum's core function

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* 13. The draft specialty learning outcomes (SLOs) are a foundational aspect of the new curriculum. To what extent do you feel each SLO represents the nature/realities of being an EM clinician?

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SLO 1: Care for low acuity, high complexity, stable patients
SLO 2: Answer clinical questions on the shop-floor
SLO 3: Resuscitate anyone (or have a go when it is right to do so)
SLO 4:  Care for the injured patient
SLO 5: Care for the paediatric patient
SLO 6: Deliver ‘Pinnacle’ Emergency Care Skills
SLO 7: Deal with shop floor curve balls
SLO 8: Lead the ED shift as ‘Emergency Physician in Charge’ (EPIC)
SLO 9: Supervise and appraise junior colleagues
SLO 10: Educate the team
SLO 11: Understand, apply and contribute to research
SLO 12: Lead an Emergency Medicine Quality Improvement project to completion
SLO 13: : Undertake key administrative tasks

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* 14. Do you think the draft SLOs encapsulate what is required for future EM consultants?

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* 15. Please add any general comments and observations about the way the new curriculum is developing

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