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The Ambulance Service Association National Clinical Effectiveness Programme works in partnership with the
Joint Royal Colleges Ambulance Liaison Committee (JRCALC)
to support and develop effective clinical practice within the UK's NHS ambulance services through education and clinical audit

"supporting effective
clinical practice"

For further information:
[email protected]

  What's New and Site updates
Last updated 21st October 2003

21/10/03 Candour 29 added (pdf file)

09/09/03 New Email Addresses for ASA Staff

20/08/03 NICE Guidelines Head Injuries

13/08/03 Monash University, Australia
................Centre for Ambulance and Paramedic Studies

13/08/03 2nd International Conference of Evidence-Based Health

13/08/03 Research - Paper - Conflicts to EBHC (pdf file)

05/08/03 Candour 28 added (pdf file)

01/07/03 Recognition Of Life Extinct (ROLE)
.............JRCALC document
(pdf file)

06/06/03 Clinical Effectiveness Committee Annual Report

19/05/03 Candour 27 added

03/01/03 JRCALC Thrombolysis Update1

JRCALC Thrombolysis Update2

02/01/03 Important News
.............Benzyl Penicillin

13/12/02 Candour 23 added

04/07/02 Clinical Governance pages added
04/07/02 Clinical Governance 'Library' added

02/07/02 Candour 22 added

24/06/02 IMPORTANT NEWS - AMBEX 28 JUNE 2002 >>>
11/06/02 DoH Ambulance Statistics added

30/05/02 CHI Clinical Governance Reviews - updated >>>
21/05/02 DoH announcement to save lives from heart attack
20/05/02 NICE announce HTA on prehospital fluid resuscitation

News Archive - older stories, site map and search function

new issue 29

Emergency Primary Health Care
A peer-reviewed, international ejournal


pdf file

issue 28


Thrombolysis 5 Models

ASA/JRCALC Regional CHD Seminars.

ASA Conference Presentations "Moving Forward, The CHI Experience"

Dept of Health

Defibrillator Programme

Meningococcal Septicaemia
Guidance for Ambulance Staff
from the JRCALC and Meningitis Research Foundation

Benzyl Penicillin
Important Update

CHD Project inc. thrombolysis - updated 24/06/02

updated 09/07/02

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