The HST SEM Programme has been partly-funded by NDTP-HSE
NDTP, through its role in medical education and training, medical workforce planning and the consultant post approval process, contributes to the best possible outcomes for patients in the Irish health service. This involves predicting and proposing on an annual basis the number of medical trainees required for each specialty; commissioning and funding the training required to meet these needs; ensuring that the training content and delivery is responsive to the changing needs of the Irish healthcare system; supporting the retention of these doctors upon completion of their training; identifying the manpower requirements for the future medical workforce in each speciality, and managing the consultant post applications process in a timely and efficient manner.
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Resources for current trainees:
• The most up to date TSS Policy Document can be found here: https://www.hse.ie/eng/staff/leadership-education-development/met/ed/fin/refunds.html
Please note that the TSS policy was up-dated in January 2023 by HSE NDTP - see below for information:
• The most up to date CCERS Policy Document can be found here: https://www.hse.ie/eng/staff/leadership-education-development/met/ed/fin/ccers-guidelines-2022-to-2023-updated-25-08.pdf
• The most up to date HST Fund Policy Document can be found here: https://www.hse.ie/eng/staff/leadership-education-development/met/ed/fin/ndtp-specialist-funding-guidance-document-july-2023.pdf