The Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care have been at the forefront of developing Consensus Statements in the field of pre-hospital care. The Consensus Statements are a comprehensive public statement by a team of experts in the field. These are developed after Faculty led Consensus Days where the experts meet and review opinion, evidence based research and analyse it to come up with a collective view on the issue in hand.
The following Consensus Guidelines, outline the consensus process in full.
If you are looking for a Position Statement, please check this page.
The Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care welcomes ideas for statements and/or assistance with the development of statements. To get involved please contact us at email@example.com.
|Burns Consensus (replacing previous Burns Patient Management)||
E. Battaloglu, L. Greasley, J. Leon-Villapalos, A. Young, K. Porter
|Traumatic Cardiac Arrest||
K. Crewdson, M. O’Meara, D.J. Lockey, K.M. Porter
|Obstetric Emergencies||Emir Bataloglu||24 July 2017|
|Management of Chest Injuries||C Leech, K Porter, R Steyn, C Laird, I Virgo, R Bowman, D Cooper||2013|
|Management of Crush Injury||I Greaves, K Porter, JE Smith||2003|
|The Pre-hospital Management of Pelvic Fractures||I Scott, K Porter, C Laird, M Bloch, I Greaves||2012|
|Pre-hospital Spinal Immobilisation||D Connor, K Porter, M Bloch, I Greaves||2013|
|Minimal Patient Handling||Moss R, Porter KM||2013|
|PALM Consensus Outcome||R Moss, K Porter, I Greaves||2012|
|Resuscitation to Recovery||
A National Framework to improve care of people with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) in England
|Emergency Healthcare Workers, Exposure Prone Procedures (EPPs) and the Exposure Prone Environment||Advice from the United Kingdom Advisory Panel for Healthcare Workers Infected with Bloodborne Viruses (UKAP)|
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