NSW Rural Adult Emergency Clinical Guidelines (4th edition), GL2016_012, NSW Health, 10 May 2016

The intention of these guidelines is to ensure early appropriate management of acute and life threatening conditions, and to relieve pain and discomford for patients at hospitals where medical practitioners are not immediately available. The guidelines reflect best clinical practice and are not mandatory, however, they have ben adopted and implemented across the State since 2004 providing essential clinical support for rural emergency clinicians.

NSW Rural Paediatric Emergency Clinical Guidelines (2nd edition), GL2014_007, NSW Health, 26 May 2014

Emergency Clinical Practice Guidelines to be used by Paediatric Advanced Clinical Nurses for initial treatment of infants and children presenting to emergency departments in rural areas. This Guideline, GL2014_007 replaces PD2011_047.

Emergency Protocols, up to May 2018

Developed as a flight manual / cognitive aid to support practitioners in the management of emergency situations.

Preparing for Retrieval, 2016

The ECI developed a toolkit to standardise the adult patient retrieval process.

Queensland Primary Clinical Care Manual (8th Edition), 2015, Queensland Health

Rural and Remote Emergency Services Standardisation Guidelines, Queensland Health

Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) Clinical Manuals 

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