Eligibility requirementsEBEEM UEMS

Eligibility Requirements

Part A Exam

 

A) Non-trainees (Specialist, consultant, or working in the department, post-doctoral training)

B) Trainees: To have satisfactorily completed the third year (e.g. be in the fourth year or later) of a training programme in Emergency Medicine that is following the European Curriculum

C) In-Training Assessment (ITA) ​or equivalent national exam (Belgium and Malta): for candidates with less than 36 months of training in emergency medicine

All applicants must be doctors who have had at least three years of full time (or equivalent part time) work in emergency medicine and have ensured their experience covers the presentations and content of the European EM curriculum.

Required documents for specialists and trainees:
  • Copy of passport
  • CV in English
  • Current medical licence to practice by governing body (example: GMC, SCFHS…)
  • Evidence of having worked for at least 36 months full time in EM, for trainees evidence of finished 36 months of training programme by the time of the exam- submit Months in EM Form
  • Letter of support from department head stating how long one has worked in the department
  • Must show minimum of last 2 years of CPD (at least 2 certificates scanned), for trainees not needed
  • Candidate supervisor form (signed by supervisor/head of department/clinical lead/ head of training programme)

For ITA candidates evidence of being in a training programme and a signed support letter from the head of the training programme is sufficient.

 

Part B exam

To have passed the EBEEM Part A Exam within the previous four years.

 

And one of the following:

1. To be at least at the end of a minimum 5-year training programme in Emergency Medicine that is following the European Curriculum

2. To be working full time in an emergency department for at least 5 years and recognised by the National Government of the country as a specialist in Emergency Medicine

3. For physicians working in countries where the specialty of Emergency Medicine does not yet exist: to be working in Emergency Medicine for at least 5 years and to provide evidence in a portfolio of competence in the full range of the curriculum. This may consist of a combination of logbook cases, evidence of continuing professional development (courses, e-learning) or evidence of training delivered in a range of topics, audit projects, etc.

 

Required documents:
  • A copy of your Passport
  • A copy of your current medical licence to practice by governing body (example: GMC, SCFHS…)
  • Evidence of working in an emergency department for a minimum of 60+ months. This should be a reference from your current department confirming your current work status and ensure your experience
  • Result letter of passing Part A exam
  • Candidate Supervisor Form