This detailed and extensive guideline document Has been developed by the Irish National Clinical Effectiveness Committee. It provides an in-depth review of the evidence relating to clinical handover particularly in maternity services from both an Irish and international perspective.
Sepsis is a commonly encountered problem and a major cause of mortality in 80% of children worldwide. Previously published pediatric sepsis guidelines were mostly applicable to developed countries; a perceived need for simple guidelines particularly applicable to resource-limited countries inspired the Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP) Intensive Care Chapter to formulate such guidelines.
This clinical toolkit has been developed jointly by the College of Emergency Medicine and the UK Sepsis Trust. It is designed to provide operational solutions to the complexities challenging the reliable identification and management of sepsis.
How to ensure the right people, with the right skills, are in the right place at the right time: a guide to nursing, midwifery and care staffing capacity and capability
This report, developed by the chief nursing officer for England in collaboration with the National Quality Board, provides guidance on safe staffing levels.
This care pathway developed by NHS Scotland can be used in emergency departments to improve the acute management of diabetic ketoacidosis in adults aged 16 years and over, within the first 4 hours of presentation.
The Joint British Diabetes Societies (JBDS) for Inpatient Care group was created in 2008 to ‘deliver a set of diabetes inpatient guidelines and proposed standards within secondary care organisations’.