Aster MIMS launches International Emergency Medicine Training FRCEM+MBA program

The Fellowship of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (FRCEM) is a postgraduate award by the Royal College of Emergency Medicine to specialists in Emergency Medicine

Aster MIMS Hospital, Calicut has launched Indo-UK 2+3-year International Emergency Medicine Training Program, in association with Royal College of Emergency Medicine.

Under the aegis of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine, the 5-year FRCEM training program is designed, mentored, monitored, and delivered by BAPIO (British Association of Physicians Indian Origin) and BTA (British Training Academy). Aster Hospitals are accredited by the BTA for Indo-UK Training Programs. The program (2+3 years) which is open to MBBS graduates only, constitutes course-related study facilities that are available at Aster Hospitals in India for the initial two years. Post the two years, medical students would have access to district and tertiary hospitals in the UK for the next three years.

Students will receive a FRCEM degree upon completion of their studies.  The degree is recognised globally as well as by the NMC (National Medical Commission) of India. The candidates will also hold an MBA degree from the University of South Wales in addition to the medical degree which will help them enhance their overall knowledge and explore other career opportunities.

Prior to the approval of Emergency Medicine by the Medical Council of India in 2009, Aster MIMS Hospital, Calicut had started an international training course for Emergency Medicine in 2007. The first training program was conducted in collaboration with George Washington University. When DNB was approved by the National Board of Examinations for Emergency Medicine, Aster Mims was selected as one of the first centres.

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