Continuous Professional Development Support Scheme (CPD-SS)
The Continuous Professional Development Support Scheme (CPD-SS) in Emergency Medicine is an educational programme commissioned and funded by the Health Service Executive (HSE) to facilitate NCHDs within the public health service who are not on training schemes to maintain their professional competence in line with Medical Council requirements. The CPD-SS in EM is delivered by ICEMT in collaboration with RCSI. The CPD-SS provides a structured means of achieving 20 external Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits.
Professional Development Programme Content
The CPD-SS consists of a series of educational workshops covering a variety of EM topics. Current Emergency Medicine courses delivered by the CPD-SS include:
- Emergency point of care ultrasound
- Electrocardiography (ECG) Interpretation Workshops
- Emergency Airway Management
- The Early Management of the Severely Injured Patient
- Procedural sedation
- Medical Emergencies
- Emergency Radiology
Modules in Human Factors and Patient Safety programme delivered by RCSI are also available to CPD-SS registrants.
How to Register
Full eligibility criteria and enrolment details are available via the RCSI website.
Interested parties can contact Jennifer Nolan by email at [email protected] or call on 01 402 8592