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Eligibility to appear for MCEM part C directly
rsameer
Is it true that those who have done MD(A&E) from either institues in India can appear for Part C of MCEM directly without appearing for Part A&B and doing residency at Appollo?
If yes with which other courses we can skip Part A or/and B for MCEM?
 
imron
No, it is not true.

A candidate MUST pass MCEM part A before he/she is eligible to apply for Part B & C. (See point 4 in the MCEM regulations document) Various residencies satisfying the ACCS common care stem of the College of Emergency Medicine are recognised towards entry into Part B & C. Apollo residencies are officially recognised.

As far as I am aware, SRMC Chennai has got its residency recognised, but you will have to confirm this.

A candidate may be eligible for part B &C even if he/she has not gone thorugh any of the known residency programs. He/she has to apply under the overseas applicants and show proof of completing the required rotations from any reputable institute.

But obviously, it is unlikely for a candidate to pass the exit exam without a particular level of clinical & academic training in EM.

The new rules and regulations governing MCEM exam can be found in the MCEM REGULATIONS DOCUMENT
[url]http://www.collemergencymed.ac.uk/asp/document.asp?ID=4823&subID=44&Cat=[/url]
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Other information & documents related to MCEM exam on the College of Emergency Medicine website
[url]http://www.collemergencymed.ac.uk/CEM/Training%20and%20Examinations/Exams/MCEM/default.asp[/url]
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Edited by imron on 15-08-2009 22:18
 
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