About EDguidelines.com


EDguidelines.com provides a collection of free Emergency Department guidelines and resources designed to assist clinicians working in Emergency Departments (ED). However many resources will also be useful in other Acute Care environments such as Urgent Care, General Practice, Retrieval and other Pre-Hospital settings.  Additionally, while the information is primarily designed for Australian clinicians using primarily Australian sources, they may be of great use to clinicians around the world.

While most of the guidelines are obtained from external sources we also provide some educational resources produced by the EDGuidelines.com team which are labelled as “Tips & Tricks” within our Guidelines by Topic page.

We hope you find this site helps you provide quality and safe clinical care, and we welcome all feedback and suggestions via our Contact form. In particular, if you notice any broken links or updates required or know of any great resources to add to the site please let us know.

Our team also has a deep interest in high quality Evidence Based Medicine to ensure clinical care and guidelines are guided by the proper interpretation of high quality evidence. There have been recent revelations from major statistical organisations that our approach to EBM is fundamentally flawed – check out our EBM 2.0 project aimed at educating doctors regarding these errors and the best way to move forward as an evidence based medical community.

Please take note of our Disclaimer.


EDguidelines.com collaborators are a group of Specialist Emergency Physicians and other Critical Care Physicians headed by site editor:
Dr Anand Senthi
MBBS, MAppFin, GradCertPubHealth, FRACGP, FACEM

About Dr Anand Senthi


These are the current resources available on EDguidelines.com:

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