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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 towards the emergency medicine hospital term in any of the four ACEM-classified emergency medicine subgroups (as per pre-2022 delineation – refer Table 1). You may apply for up to a maximum of 26 weeks (FTE) per subgroup.
Table 1. Changes to ACEM delineation
For emergency medicine terms not accredited by ACEM (see ACEM’s Where can I do my training? webpage, you may be eligible for RPLE consideration 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.
If you apply for RPLE of an emergency medicine post, your documentation must meet the requirements outlined in What do I need to include in my application?
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