Curriculum and Programme Requirements

The Acute Care Common Stem (ACCS) curriculum is to equip the trainee with the skills and competencies required to recognise and initially managed an acutely unwell patient.

The curriculum provides trainees with the generic professional and specialty specific capabilities required to manage patients presenting with a wide range of acute medical conditions so that appropriate and timely care can be delivered.

The curriculum is centred around 11 supervised learning outcomes ( SLOs)which describe the professional tasks within the scope of ACCS training.

The ACCS curriculum 21 is on Curriculum Overview — ACCS  and the ACCS ARCP decision aid is on: ACCS ARCP 2022-23 Decision Aid.pdf (