The Intercollegiate Board for Training in Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine is responsible for training and assessment in Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine (PHEM) in the UK on behalf of its parent Colleges.
PHEM is a new sub-specialty area of medical practice focusing on the specialist provision of on-scene and in-transit critical care. Training in PHEM is only through approved training programmes and once successfully completed will confer sub-specialty accreditation against your GMC CCT.
As a new area of medical training, this website aims to provide information on the PHEM sub-specialty in the UK.
Details of all approved training programmes and posts will be posted here as they become available, and subject to formal approval by the GMC and IBTPHEM.read more
All training programmes and assessments as of August 2015 will be using this curriculum.read more
To show progression and coverage of the curriculum there will be workplace based assessments (WPBAs) in addition to formal assessments.read more
15 March 2016
The 3rd National Induction Course will be held at the Fire Service College, Moreton-in-Marsh from Saturday 6th August to Friday 12th August 2016.