Welcome to a new and dynamic specialty in one of the greatest cities in the world.
Acute Medicine retains a pan London generic training day programme but North Central and East London also provide innovative simulation training and ultrasound-guided procedural training for all Specialty trainees.
Special skills are possible to achieve in Medical Education, Leadership and Management, Echocardiography, Maternal Medicine, Stroke medicine, Intensive Care Medicine and endoscopy amongst others.
Training Programme Management Commitee (TPMC) Chair
Dr Nick Murch
Acute Internal Medicine TPMC chair/TPD & Consultant Physician in Acute Medicine
T 0207 7940500 x36537/36538
Training Programme Director (TPD)
Dr Nick Murch
Dr Beth Carr
Training at UCLPartners (A trainee representatives perspective)
Acute Medicine as a specialty offers the opportunity to train in various specialties, sub-specialties and special interests as well as spending time working in Acute Medicine. The hospitals in this area are diverse, and several are centres of excellence, which makes it a good area to train in. We have the opportunity to attend UCLPartners General Internal Medicine (GIM) training days as well as pan-London Acute Internal Medicine (AIM) training days that are curriculum-mapped.
As trainee reps, working alongside our training programme director, we hope to be able to help you with any training issues you may have, or give advice on how to make the most out of Acute Internal Medicine.
UCLPartners Training Programmes Manager (TPM)
T 020 3108 2323
Healthcare Education Team (HET) at Health Education England
P 020 7866 3219
Rotations & Local Education Providers (LEPs)
Barking Havering and Redbridge NHS Trust (Queen’s, Romford and King George’s Hospital sites)
Barts Health NHS Trust (Royal London, Whipps Cross and Newham Hospital sites)
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust (The Royal Free and Barnet Hospital sites)
Regional teaching information
Pan London teaching days occur on a monthly basis. Details including how to register will be listed below once they are confirmed.
Cardiology and rheumatology
Royal Free Hospital, room 2, Sheila Shirlock centre
09:00 – 17:00
The Acute Mental/Physical Interface, Psychiatric Emergencies, Acute Hepatology/GI
King’s College Hospital, Clare Vaughan Room, Weston Education Centre
09:30 – 16:45
Queen’s Hospital, BHR, Seminar room 5
09:00 – 16:00
13 April – UCLH
29 June – Whipps Cross Hospital
24 July – Newham Hospital
Attendance at the Society for Acute Medicine Conferences is encouraged.
Acute Medicine High Fidelity Simulation and Procedural (US-guided) training alternate years
Specialty specific research and special interest opportunities
Special skills are possible to achieve in Medical Education, Leadership and Management, Echocardiography, Maternal Medicine, Stroke medicine, Intensive Care Medicine and Endoscopy amongst others.
Potential for Out of Programme Experience (OOPE) in education including simulation.