ATSM: Forensic Gynaecology
The forensic gynaecology ATSM has been approved by the GMC with a launch date of 1 August 2012. We will therefore accept applications for the module from 1 August 2012. You can access the module here.
(14 May 2012)
Modification to work intensity scores for Labour Ward modules
All ATSMs have a work intensity score of either 1.0 or 2.0. This scoring system has been well received and allows trainees to structure their choices such that at any one time the work intensity score does not increase above 3.0. However, trainees taking the Advanced Labour Ward Practitioner ATSM (score 1.0) and the Labour Ward Lead ATSM (score 2.0) at the same time may count the total score as only 2.0.
This modification reflects the fact that the Labour Ward Lead module also requires completion of the Advanced Labour Ward Practitioner module and when taken concurrently the clinical areas overlap considerably. The usual scores apply if either ATSM is taken separately. This change will take immediate effect
(2 December 2011)
Changes to ATSMs from August 2011
There have been significant changes to ATSMs. These will come into force on 1 August 2011. The important changes are detailed here.
You are expected to regularly check this webpage to ensure you have the most recent version of the ATSMs.
ATSM course requirements and options
For information relating to support courses for ATSMs and the College's view on the suitability of College and non-College courses for ATSMs, please click here.
Frequently asked questions
If you have any questions about ATSMs, click here to read this useful document of frequently asked questions.
SST and ATSMs
The College has produced guidance regarding the exclusivity of SST and ATSM training, click here to read this regulatory document.
ATSM workplace-based assessments
All workplace-based assessments are included in the modules listed below, to access the modules and there consitutent parts please select and click on the title as highlighted below alternatively you can click on the PDF to be taken directly to the curriculum module. The OSATS listed in the modules are the front pages only and the generic assessment of technical skills must also be completed as part of each OSATS assessment.