19 Aug, 2019
APPLICATION CALL FOR Hybrid International Emergency Medicine- HIEM Training Program
INTRODUCTION TO: “HYBRID” “INTERNATIONAL”
QiMET International Limited is the first international organisation to recognise that doctors need to be trained as clinicians and leaders at the same time. This is why we call our doctors “Hybrid” doctors. We also recognise that doctors work internationally but are not always trained to work internationally. We pride ourselves in creating “International” curricula to respond to the health care needs of a global population as a measure to increase patient safety and reduce medical error. Our programme is the: Hybrid International Emergency Medicine (HIEM) Programme.
HIEM is the first collaborative international Emergency Medicine (EM) training developed in the UK. HIEM trainees will go through 4 years of training (1st and 4th year training in Nepal and 2nd and 3rd year training in the UK). Trainees will follow Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) curriculum, RCEM eportfolio,and Fellowship in Quality improvement (FQim) modules as part of the training.At the end of the training process, trainees will appear for Member of Royal College of Emergency Medicine MRCEM exam, and will receive two qualifications (MRCEM and FQim). The degree of MRCEM will be awarded by Royal College of Emergency Medicine which is accepted by NMC. The degree of FQim will be awarded by the World Academy of Medical Leadership (WAML). The candidates will be designated as International Training Registrar (ITR), after selection in the HIEM training entrance exam.
FELLOWSHIP IN QUALITY IMPROVEMENT (FQim)
A 600 hour Masters level programme equivalent to a PgCert is integrated within the HIEM programme. This programme consists of four modules to be completed over four years: Quality Improvement and Operations Management (Module 1); Teams and Team Working (Module 2); Medical Leadership (Module 3) & Change and Transformation (Module 4). A Quality / Health System Improvement project will be written up in year four with a 12,000 word Thesis. A Project proposal and ethics application will be completed in year 1 and a summary of this will be made available for doctors Annual Review of Competence Practice (ARCP) in year 1.
HIEM RECOGNITION (RCEM)
HIEM training/ITR has been recognised by RCEM as Associate Membership (AOST) - Associate Member (Approved Overseas Training). Currently, this category is for Iceland, Republic of Ireland Emergency Medicine trainees and HIEM trainees only.
Trainees will come to the UK for training through Medical Training Initiative (MTI) national scheme. The MTI scheme is designed to allow a small number of doctors to enter the UK from overseas for a maximum of 24 months, so that they can benefit from training and development in NHS services before returning to their home countries as specialist. In this training pathway, trainees do notneed to sit the PLAB exam.
HIEM RECOGNITION (NEPAL)
Once trainees have completed their four years training (including UK training), candidates will apply to NMC for specialist registration to work as specialist in Emergency Medicine in Nepal.
Trainees will be recruited through Quality improvement Medical Education Training centres (QiMET) worldwide. In Nepal, QiMET National Centre, Nepal is based in Chitwan Medical College.
MBBS degree with one-year internship registered in Nepal Medical Council.
Have completed at least 3 years postgraduate experience, including an internship and minimum one-year RCEM recognised Emergency Medicine training programme (HIEM training 1st year), thus completing three years of post-graduate experience.
If selected candidates who have completed only internship should work for one year as Medical Officer in the Emergency Department of CMC and then they can continue into the first year of HIEM Training at CMC, thus completing three years of post-graduate experience.
Be certified in at least one life support course - ALS (or RCEM recognised equivalence).
Have achieved a minimum score of 7.0 in each section (speaking, listening, reading and writing) of the academic module of the IELTS and an overall minimum score of 7.5. Test should have been taken within the last 2 years. Or
Have achieved a grade of at least 'B' in each testing area (speaking, listening, reading and writing) of the Occupational English Test (OET)-medicine version. Test should have been taken within the last 2 years.
If the candidate fails to clear IELTS or OET – medicine version, the candidate will undertake HIEM training at Chitwan Medical College.
End of every year of training, trainees must be successful in their Annual Review of Competence Progression (ARCP) outcome which will be conducted by a panel of Consultants from RCEM/NHS/CMC. End of Nepal first year HIEM training, trainees must be successful in their ARCP, before enter MTI UK training.
Letter from WAML confirming that, appropriate topic has been identified in the field of Emergency Medicine and adequate progression has been achieved in their thesis work.
Have an institutional sponsor specifying the post they will return to Chitwan Medical College.
DROP-IN SESSION FOR ANY QUERIES REGARDING THE HIEM PROGRAMME:
Drop-in sessions have been arranged on Monday 23rd September 2019 from 1200 hrs-1400 hrs and on 25th September 2019 (after MCQ exam) from 1400 hrs. at Chitwan Medical College. If you need any clarification on this programme please meet us in the Drop-In Session. If you wish to, please bring your parents with you. UK Consultants and Programme lead will be available to clarify your questions in the Drop-In session.
25th September 2019
26th and 27th September 2019(Only for selected 16 candidates):
28th September 2019: Chitwan, International Emergency Medicine Conference
Exam venue: QiMET National centre, Chitwan Medical College, Chitwan, Nepal
Application charge: NRS. 5000
Application Form: Please log in to: www.cmc.edu.np
Application submission deadline: 20th September, 2019
At the end of four years of HIEM training, trainees to travel to India to give their MRCEM exam ascompletion of this training.
Admission fee: 1 lakh NPR
Tuition fee: 22 Lakhs NPR
Deposit: 5 Lakhs NPR (refundable at the completion of HIEM Training)
Every year for the training development, NHS, UK is spending £35,000 (Nepali Rupees 5,250,000) for this programme. In this manner, our HIEM programme commenced from 15th Nov 2018, the fund for this programme was allocated and used to provide training and promote Emergency Medicine training for four trainees every year in Nepal, which will continue in the future as well.
if you need any clarification on this programme, please contact the under mentioned:
Prof Prakash Subedi
Consultant Emergency Medicine, UK
Doncaster and Bassetlaw NHS Foundation Trust, UK
CEO, QiMET international
Tel/ whatapp +447795410448
Dr Naushad Khan
Consultant Emergency Medicine, UK
Doncaster and Bassetlaw NHS Foundation Trust,UK
QiMET, HIEM Programme Director
Tel/ whatsapp +447738444132
Dr Jill Aylott
CEO & Head of Programmes
World Academy of Medical Leadership
71 Green Lane
Derbyshire, S18 2LP
Dr Dayaram Lamsal
National QiMET Centre, Nepal
Dr Niki Shrestha
National QiMET Centre, Nepal