Royal College of Emergency Medicine Guidance 

The Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) has clinical guidelines available for professionals working in emergency medicine. This section includes guidance on the following: RCEM Guidance, Toolkits and Best Practice. You will find information and college guidance below regarding the following: paracetamol overdose, mental health, drugs and alcohol and guidance implementation. 

RCEM Guidance

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Ambulatory Emergency Care

The Royal College of Emergency Medicine has resources available for Emergency Departments on ambulatory care. 

Ambulatory emergency care (AEC) activity or Same Day Emergency Care (SDEC) has been clearly demonstrated to improve flow across the acute healthcare system. It is a process that can and should be initiated at every acute interface where patients attend hospital.

This toolkit has been written primarily for the Emergency Physician aiming to develop ambulatory care from the ED. It requires strong clinical leadership, regular access to senior decision makers, a clear focus on multidisciplinary team development and close collaborative working with all relevant specialty colleagues.

 

 

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