External guidance & resources
This section contains links to useful guidelines and resources produced by other organisations.
- NICE Guidelines
- Start Smart - Then Focus: Antimicrobial Stewardship Toolkit for English Hospital
- Autism Spectrum Disorders Toolkit
- Guidelines for Interim MERS-CoV Clinical Management
- Clinically-assisted nutrition and hydration guidance
- The Critical CARE Course©
This Public Health England document contains national key messages regarding antibiotic use in England.
The Royal College of General Practitioners has created an Autism Spectrum Disorders toolkit to support its members in caring for those patients with autism. The toolkit includes many resources, such as Top Tips for consulting with those on the autism spectrum and links to a wide number of reliable sources of information, all of which aim to create equitable healthcare access.
WHO produced clinical guidelines on Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) infection. They present a short summary of the syndrome and useful guidance on infection control and management.
BMA produced guidance guidance covering decisions to start, re-start, continue, or stop CANH for adults in England and Wales who lack the capacity to make the decision for themselves.
The Critical CARE Course team realise these are unusual times and are happy to share their course manual to try to help you understand some more of the basics of intensive care.