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Palliative Care – a useful speciality skill for trainees in Acute Medicine

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I gained a run through number in ACCS (AIM and GIM) in 2007 when Acute Medicine, both as a training programme and a stand alone medical specialty, was in its infancy. As the programme has evolved and developed it has become a curriculum requirement for trainees to attain an acknowledged specialist skill.

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