NEW: JRCALC Clinical Guidelines 2022 Reference Edition
In October 2022, a new edition of the JRCALC reference book was published with the latest updates to guidance.
The JRCALC Clinical Guidelines 2022 Reference Book is the comprehensive guide to emergency care for busy healthcare professionals on the road.
It continues to be an invaluable support to clinicians in providing excellent care to their patients.
JRCALC Clinical Guidelines 2021 Pocket Book
In May 2021, a new edition of the JRCALC pocket book was published with the latest updates to guidance.
The JRCALC Clinical Guidelines 2021 Pocket Book is the easy-to-use guide to emergency care for busy healthcare professionals on the road and in the community.
An extensive medicines formulary and Page for Age tables are included.
ParaPass: Self-teaching CPD tool
The ParaPass app (which is also available as a website) is the perfect way to test your knowledge of the JRCALC guidelines and will count towards your CPD portfolio. ParaPass provides a flexible, accessible, and affordable learning platform for ambulance staff, and is evidence-based, contextualised and in a question-style that is in keeping with the challenges that arise in practice.
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AACE welcome any feedback on the current editions of JRCALC guidance.
Please click here to submit your feedback, comments and queries.
Questions and Answers
JRCALC are very pleased to receive questions relating to the Guidelines, and will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible after having consulted with JRCALC experts as necessary. To view the archive of Q&As relating to JRCALC guidance, please click here.
Ongoing Updates to JRCALC Guidance
For more detail on the issued updates to JRCALC guidance since 2022, click here.
For more information on forthcoming updates please see the Guidelines page.
For queries about the app, email email@example.com
If you have any queries about the Guidelines, you can contact Cathryn James or Steve Irving at the AACE.