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If you have diverse clinical experience in a range of emergency medicine settings, you may be eligible to apply for credit of more than 26 weeks provided the experience was gained in any of the four ACEM-classified emergency medicine subgroups, as per pre-2022 delineation - see Table 1.
You may apply for up to a maximum of 26 weeks (FTE) per subgroup.
Table 1. Changes to ACEM delineation
If your experience in emergency medicine was gained in posts that were not accredited by ACEM (see ACEM’s Where can I do my training?), you may still be eligible for RPLE if the position provided appropriate clinical experience, supervision and teaching. Your training coordinator can help you determine the classification of a non-ACEM accredited post.