This is a unique (2 years overseas and 3 years in the UK) training programme.
the 2+3 Programme gives a new dimension and takes Indo UK. collaboration to a new level.
This programme provides a great opportunity for doctors to receive high-quality training in Emergency Medicine by Indian and UK faculty and help both countries.
What can you expect?
BAPIO training academy has developed a robust system to ensure the monitoring of the quality of learning. This will create a new generation of Emergency Medicine specialists who have acquired all the necessary skills. This Training programme will help deliver much-needed training in India and help to achieve and expand the vision of having proper Emergency Medicine services in India.
In addition to clinical training. our programme offers opportunities to undertake quality improvement and research projects supported by international faculty. This will also encourage publication in reputed journals.
The 2+3 Programme is an opportunity to train professionally overseas for 2 years and in the UK for 3 in Emergency Medicine, gaining leadership and research qualifications which are globally recognised through the membership/ fellowship to the Royal College of Emergency Medicine and gaining an MBA in Healthcare and Leadership.
2+3 in Emergency Medicine Training Programme Steps
International Accredited Hospitals, 2 Years Training in Emergency Medicine in India
Being the pilot batch of the Indo-UK program, before coming to UK, even though I had few online discussions with Dr Parag, I did not have a clear idea on what BAPIO is all about.
Only after reaching here, I could learn more about their network and the initiatives BAPIO is doing for the benefit of doctors of Indian origin.
It is only because of BAPIO’s effective guidance, I could come and start working in UK without any more delay in India. I sincerely thank the entire team of BAPIO both in India and the UK for all the support and guidance for their 2+3 FRCEM program.
Privacy & Cookies Policy
Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information.
Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website.