Special Skills Information

All doctors training in Acute Internal Medicine must develop a specialist skill. These generally fall into one of four categories:

  • Procedural skill (eg: echocardiography)
  • Additional Qualification (eg: medical education)
  • Specialty Interest (eg: intensive care medicine)
  • Research

The complete list of specialist skills with links to further information can be found within the AIM forms and guidance section of the JRCPTB website.

Trainees wishing to apply for a skill which is not on the list should contact Dr Nadia Stock (TPD) who will raise this with the AIM Specialty Advisory Committee (SAC).

Further information can also be found within this document: Specialist skills for Acute Internal Medicine


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