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Emergency Medicine 

Websites + Guidelines 


Association of Paediatric Emergency Medicine 

APEM is an association of healthcare professionals in Paediatrics within the NHS in the UK. It is a group of interested individuals from the Royal College of Paediatrics & Child Health and the Royal College of Emergency Medicine. It is directly associated with the Royal College of Paediatrics & Child Health promoting excellence, training & research into Paediatric Emergency Medicine.

Resus Council

Up to date NLS and APLS guidelines. 

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Up to date guidelines on poison management 


Regional guidelines for emergency scenarios. 

Emergency drug calculator


Healthier Together 

Produced specifically for the Dorset, Hampshire and Isle of White area. Has a range of patient information and safety netting leaflets. Available in several languages. Always check advice matches local policies. 

Teaching + E Learning Resources 


Spotting the Sick Child 

E Learning resource on recognition and management of sick children. Contains modules on 7 key symptoms.

RCPCH - Learning

Emergency Triage, Assessment and Treatment Plus (ETAT+) is a well-established multi-professional course for health professionals looking after children in low resource settings. Its development has been led from Malawi and Kenya. The College has been a longstanding partner, training clinicians in the UK, Sierra Leone, Uganda and Myanmar and facilitating national hospital implementation programmes.


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E Learning programme with module on "childhood sepsis". 

Revision Resources 


Blast Field Manual

Produced by Imperial College London. The Paediatric Blast Injury Field Manual has been created to provide technical guidance for those with medical training. It enables the user to adapt their knowledge to the treatment of severely injured children.

Sepsis Initiatives

Information on sepsis from the Centre for International Child Health, BC Children’s Hospital and the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive & Critical Care Societies (WFPICCS).

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