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This course is designed for healthcare professionals working in acute paediatric and critical care environments, including High Dependency Unit and Paediatric Intensive Care Unit and retrieval services. This course will enable the development of advanced skills, knowledge and understanding mapped to FICM ACCP curriculum 2015. The course prepares individuals to move into advanced roles as part of the wider national agenda to modernise the NHS workforce (Health Education England Multiprofessional Framework for Advanced Clinical Practice in England 2017).
This is the only course in the United Kingdom and Europe delivering this level of teaching and training in the clinical setting to this group of trainees in collaboration with London South Bank University. The PgCert is open for international medical and healthcare applicants on a skilled worker visa.
The course team at Evelina are experienced intensivists and clinicians with a track record of delivering high-quality postgraduate education.
Southwark Campus; Evelina London Children’s Hospital
This course enables professionals to work towards an autonomous Paediatric Critical Care Practitioner role within retrieval services including working towards taking the role as the retrieval lead. The course enables the progression and diversification of roles with for example, taking up senior leadership roles, leading services and provisions domestically and internationally, contributing to the research and education of others within Advanced Paediatric Critical Care Practice.
Students could continue with further study working towards PgDip/MSc.
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This course is a collaborative partnership between Evelina London Children’s Hospital, Guys and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust and LSBU.
We have applied to Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine be considered as a pilot site for accreditation.
The Evelina collaborative modules intend to be delivered as face to face teaching and practical study days with a mixture of lecturer and student- delivered lectures, high fidelity clinical simulation and case-based scenarios and discussion using state of the art facilities. There will be practical workshops, face to face clinical skills, clinical seminars, and hybrid delivery of onsite and online material. Throughout the year of clinically supervised practice, students will need ongoing consultant evaluation, direction, critique, and support to further develop clinical learning.
The course will be delivered via the following methods.
The entry requirements have been set based upon the standard benchmarked by Health Education England (HEE) and the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine (FICM). The scope and requirements to fulfil the role of an Advanced Paediatric Critical Care Practitioner includes a high degree of autonomy and complex decision making from the outset. It is necessary that the individual has the scope and ability to meet the demands of the course.
Academic IELTS (International English Language Testing Service
6.5 (with no component below 5.5), subject to course. Check course entries in our Course Finder for specific information.
Overall score: 90
Pearson Test of English
Overall score: 60 (minimum score required in each skill area is 51)
Overall score: 180 (with no score below 162)
LanguageCert SELT or International ESOL (IESOL) Exam
Minimum score required in each skill area is 33*
(*For C2 Mastery, min score for Listening is 25)
The course is not currently open to international students.
International (non Home) applicants should follow our international how to apply guide.
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