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Inter-Professional Faculty of Urgent and Emergency Medicine

Faculty of emergency medicine and acute medicine

Developing our teams in emergency care

The Emergency Floors at East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust offer an extensive programme of development opportunities open to all.  We are building an Inter-professional Faculty of Urgent and Emergency Medicine expert educators and facilitators include our College Tutor, Education Fellow, Education and Clinical Supervisors, Practice Development Team, Nurse Consultants, Lead Nurse for Trauma and Resuscitation, and our 11 trainee Advanced Clinical Practitioners.  Our ethos is we are all learners and we are all teachers.

To search for roles within our emergency teams, search our latest vacancies


Faculty roles

  • Clinical Director
  • College Tutor
  • Clinical Lead
  • Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration (CESR) leads
  • Lead nurse for trauma and resuscitation
  • Leads for advanced clinical practice
  • Acute care nurse consultants
  • Education fellow
  • Practice development nurses
  • Clinical skills facilitators
  • Matrons in Emergency Departments, Acute Medicine and Urgent Care
  • Trainee Advanced Clinical Practitioners

What we do

  • Post-graduate medical education in Emergency Medicine and Acute Medicine
  • CESR programme for aspiring consultants with option of placement in another speciality
  • Advanced Clinical Practitioner Master’s Degree Programme
  • Emergency medicine fellows with special interest
  • Post-graduate continuing professional development with Kent and Medway Emergency Care Consortium
  • Weekly inter-professional teaching sessions linking three sites through video-conferencing
  • Multi-disciplinary mortality and morbidity meetings with learning at their core
  • Bi-monthly trauma care forum
  • Handover learning twice a day
  • Simulation
  • Monthly governance days based on real-life cases
  • Human factors training to build and strengthen our teams
  • Preceptorship for newly qualified nurses including placements in intensive care or paediatrics
  • Foundation degree apprenticeships
  • Journal club
  • Resilience, respect, compassionate care and health and wellbeing support
  • ‘On the spot’ bedside teaching
  • Unified competency framework across emergency care and acute medicine (in development)
  • Coaching and mentoring

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