Table 2

 Clinical curriculum

TraumaMedical emergenciesSurgical emergenciesObstetrics and gynaecologyPaediatricsOther
Major traumaCardiovascularAcute abdominal painEctopic pregnancyRecognition of theMajor incident
    Airway and ALS algorithmsIschaemic limbsPelvic inflammatoryseriously ill childmanagement:
    ventilation Chest painOphthalmologydiseaseAcute respiratoryan overview
    Shock Syncope Corneal abrasions andBleeding in earlyemergenciesPrehospital care: an
    Head injury Acute coronary syndromes foreign bodiespregnancyThe fitting childoverview
    Chest injury Cardiac arrhythmias Blunt trauma to the eyeAntepartumNon-accidental injury
    Abdominal injury The swollen leg Acute visual losshaemorrhageThe limping child
    Spinal injury Pulmonary embolus The painful eyeNormal delivery
    Pelvic and long bone Heart failureENT
    injuryGastrointestinal Acute hearing loss
    Maxillofacial injury Gastrointestinal haemorrhage Foreign bodies
Limb injuries Pancreatitis Epistaxis
    Bone and soft tissueRespiratory
        History Dyspnoea
        Examination Acute exacerbation of chronic
        Radiology obstructive pulmonary disease
        Management Acute asthma
Nervous system
 Subarachnoid haemorrhage
 A general approach to the
 poisoned patient
 Paracetamol poisoning
 Tricyclic poisoning
 Diabetic emergencies
Environmental emergencies
 Carbon monoxide poisoning
 Near drowning