The Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care

Faculty Resources (D13 Audits, Guidance Docs, etc.)

 

View our Faculty endorsed range of resources both practical and academic to aid the professional development of pre-hospital care practitioners.

 

Faculty Endorsed Documents

Title  Authors Date

Retrospective Audit of Patient Report Forms (PRFs) from semi rural specialist police firearms units January to December 2017.

P. Rhimes, S. Williams, J. Hall, K. Porter May 2020

Peer Support for front line workers during the COVID pandemic

R. Williams, V. Kemp, S. Stokes, D. Lockey May 2020

Geo-temporal provision of pre-hospital emergency anaesthesia by UK Helicopter Emergency Medical Services: an observational cohort study

S. Bourn, J. Turner, J. Raitt, H. Tucker, PHOTON (Pre-HOspital Trainee Operated research Network) May 2020

Pre-hospital emergency anaesthesia in the United Kingdom: an observational cohort study

J. Turner, S. Bourn, J. Raitt, E. Ley, M. O'Meara, for the Pre-HOspital Trainee Operated research Network study investigators May 2020

Ethical dimensions of COVID-19 for frontline staff

Royal College of Physicians April 2020

Updated guidance on Medical provision for Wilderness Medicine

A Mellor, L Obolensky, P Sebriakoff, N Hinson, D Hillebrandt, S Winser, D Whitmore, L Gault, C Grogan, J Hall, C Imray February 2020

National Patient Reporting Form

(Poster presented at Traumacare 2019)

P Serebriakoff, F Hartley March 2019

D13 Audit Report

F Hartley P Serebriakoff February 2019

PHEM Competency Framework

FPHC November 2017

Medical training for police officers in specialist role (D13): A retrospective review of patient report forms from 2010–2015

 FL Hartley, A Howells, A Thurgood, FJ Hall & KM Porter   May 2017
 Resuscitation to Recovery  A National Framework to improve care of people with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) in England March 2017
 Emergency Healthcare Workers, Exposure Prone Procedures (EPPs) and the Exposure Prone Environment  UK Advisory Panel for Healthcare Workers Infected with Bloodborne Viruses (UKAP)  2017
Faculty of Prehospital Care, Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh guidance for medical provision for wilderness medicine A Mellor, N Dodds, R Joshi, J Hall, S Dhillon, S Hollis, P Davis, D Hillebrandt, E Howard, M Wilkes, B Langdana, D Lee, N Hinson, T Harcourt Williams, J Rowles & H Pynn December 2015

 

Courses

CitizenAID 

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CitizenAID is part of The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Charity, Birmingham. Their website outlines their aims: 

"citizenAID™ is the initiative of four deeply experienced UK civilian and military clinicians working in collaboration with industry to improve public resilience.

When there is a shooting, stabbing or bomb explosion the initial priority will be public safety. This can delay the time before the emergency services are able to reach the injured. citizenAID™ enables the general public to be effective in these situations before the emergency services are available to provide professional medical support."

David Lockey, Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care Chairman stated, "The Faculty are very supportive of the concept and aims of CitizenAID."

Website: http://citizenaid.org

The citizenAID App can be downloaded free from either Google Play, Apple App or the Windows store. 

 

Endorsed Courses

As well as supporting the activities and resources above, the Faculty also have a robust Endorsement process that external pre-hospital care course providers and organisations can apply for. Full details are available here.

Upcoming System Maintenance & Network Disruption

Due to essential systems maintenance and upgrades there will be intermittent interruptions to some on-line services on Saturday 27th of February. There will be further interruption to some core services on Wednesday 2nd and Thursday 3rd of March.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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