The JRCALC 2019 Pocket Book will be publishing in April 2019. For more information click here.
The JRCALC Clinical Practice Guidelines 2017 Pocket Book is up to date with both the 2016 guidelines and the 2017 supplementary guidelines. It includes the latest guidance on drug administration for diazepam, misoprostol, paracetamol, oxygen, naloxone hydrochloride and 0.9% sodium chloride. The Pocket Book is also up to date with best practice on pain management and spinal injury algorithms.
This quick reference tool provides reference and reassurance for all out of hospital clinicians.
A PDF of the updates to the 2017 Pocket Book is available to download here.
Updates to the Guidelines
JRCALC and AACE publish updates to the guidelines on our apps: iCPG and JRCALC Plus. Updates are also summarised here: https://aace.org.uk/jrcalc-updates-2016
Questions and Feedback
If you have any questions about the guidelines, please visit https://aace.org.uk/jrcalc-qas/, which publishes answers to commonly asked questions.
If you have any feedback or would like to raise a query on the guidelines which is not covered by the commonly asked questions, please visit: https://aace.org.uk/clinical-practice-guidelines/feedback/.
Citing the JRCALC Guidelines
The JRCALC Guidelines are cited as:
Joint Royal Colleges Ambulance Liaison Committee, Association of Ambulance Chief Executives (2016) UK Ambulance Services Clinical Practice Guidelines 2016. Bridgwater: Class Professional Publishing.
Joint Royal Colleges Ambulance Liaison Committee, Association of Ambulance Chief Executives (2017) JRCALC Clinical Practice Supplementary Guidelines 2017. Bridgwater: Class Professional Publishing.