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Advanced Clinical Practitioner Curriculum

Advanced Clinical Practitioner Curriculum

The ACP curriculum is expected to be launched in September 2022.

The Advanced Clinical Practitioner Curriculum

The ACP curriculum is expected to be launched in September 2022.

The purpose of the curriculum is to train EM-ACPs to work in the Emergency Department within the multidisciplinary team, providing urgent and emergency care to all undifferentiated patients attending ED nationwide (adult and/or paediatrics depending on scope of practice).

The new ACP curriculum defines the competences that the EM-ACP is expected to demonstrate to the College for EM-ACP credentialing and describes the expected standards and required evidence.

Webinars and Zoom Events (see below) will be held prior to the launch of the new curriculum and guidance will be published on the RCEM website in due course.
Slido will also be available for your live comments during the Zoom Events – follow the “Join Slido” links below.

New ACP Curriculum Documentation – August 2022

ACP Adult Curriculum – Consultation version – (August 2022)

ACP Children’s Curriculum – Consultation version – (August 2022)

Zoom events

Introducing the ACP curriculum

Mon 25 July @ 5.45-6.45pm

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Showcasing the ePortfolio

Thurs 04 Aug @ 12-1pm

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Launching the ACP curriculum

Tues 16 Aug @ 12-1pm

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Clinical Zoom Meeting with the President

Thurs 18 Aug @ 1-2.30pm

By invite only


Launching the ACP curriculum

Mon 22 Aug @ 5.45-6.45pm

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Getting ready to go live for the ACP curriculum

Tues 30 Aug @ 12-1pm

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Dr Ruth Brown will now introduce the new ACP curriculum.

Dr Ruth Brown - Introducing the new ACP curriculum

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