Introduction to the program
The Fellowship in Accident Care and Transport Medicine (FATM) is a one-year course offered with 12 months of in-hospital and pre-hospital training. Admissions will be taken in the month of June-July. Candidate should submit the prescribed application form duly completed along with 3 passport-sized photographs and an attested copy of the degree/registration certificate on or before the prescribed last date. At the end of 12 months after successful completion of theory and practical exam the candidate will be awarded the degree.
MBBS with registration with the corresponding medical council.
12 months of training, in Emergency Medical Services area and Intensive Care areas.
12 months of hands on training and theory session
Goals and Objectives
At the completion of fellowship training, the EMS physician will be competent to:
Rapidly assess patients within the limitations of the prehospital environment
Formulate and execute a field treatment plan for prehospital patients
Utilize knowledge of evidence-based best practices to provide medically sound treatment for care of patients in the prehospital setting
Provide longitudinal care during transport of the patient from the point of initial contact to arrival at a definitive care facility
Provide an effective transition of patient care to personnel at the definitive care facility
Determine the appropriate definitive care facility in accordance with clinical, operational and logistical exigencies
Demonstrate an understanding of the variants and special circumstances of practice in the prehospital environment
Demonstrate proficiency with special equipment used in EMS
Develop a working knowledge of the differences in equipment and stabilization procedures utilized in the prehospital environment compared to that used in hospital settings
Analyze and design scientifically and ethically sound research protocols to improve the quality of prehospital care
Apply with CV to : firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com