Paediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM).

Sub-specialty Training in Paediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM) in HEYH

Applications are invited from candidates wishing to undertake a one year whole time equivalent Paediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM) sub-specialty training programme in Health Education England working across Yorkshire and the Humber.

The programme is aimed at doctors who are already undertaking higher specialist training in Emergency Medicine OR Paediatrics who wish in addition to complete a sub-specialty CCT in Paediatric Emergency Medicine.

Trainees will spend 6 months in Paediatric Emergency Medicine and 6 months completing placements including Paediatrics, Paediatric Anaesthesia and/or Paediatric Intensive Care. The trainee will maintain links with the base Emergency Department and continue to cover Emergency Medicine out of hours work during the 6 months of placements.

The Recruitment Process

All applications will be longlisted against the Person Specifcation. 


Successful candidates will be invited to interview in August 2020.


The interviews will be taking place on the afternoon of 27th August via Skype or a platform of a similar nature. Interviews slots will be published to the succesful canddiates upon invite to interview.


Candidates will be required to send accross the following documentation prior to the interviews. All items presented must be the originals plus one copy:

- Passport (with copies of the front cover, back cover, inside cover & signature/photo page)

- Proof of current GMC registration

- Primary qualification certificate


- Proof of Core Competancies

- Copy of your most recent ARCP

- Proof of English language proficiancy


Paediatric Emergency Medicine sub-specialty training is available in the West of of the Yorkshire and Humber region.

- West: 1 vacancy, starting April 2021


All vacancy information is indicative and subject to change at any time.

Deferments of posts that have been offered are possible but are restricted to only those listed within the Gold Guide; therefore it would only be possible to defer an offer if your reason was a ‘Statutory’ reason, such as ill health or maternity leave. If you are offered a post but do need to defer, we ask that you contact the LETB as soon as you can after the offer has been accepted.