BMJ Best Practice is a trusted, authoritative clinical decision support tool that provides quick, easy-to-use answers to clinical questions. The BMJ Best Practice app provides clinicians, medical students, nurses, and other healthcare professionals, with quick, convenient and relevant access to a wide range of topics.
From the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) in the UK. Over 100 NICE guidelines on both acute and chronic management of common (and not so common) ED presentations. There is an option to email the documents as an attachment directly from the app.
Produced by the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN), part of NHS Scotland and Healthcare Improvement Scotland, this app contains a wide range of evidence-based guidelines covering a number of topics, many of which relate to national priority areas of cancer, cardiovascular disease and mental health. ED relevant guidelines include antithrombotic use, stroke management, acute coronary syndrome, asthma, hip fracture, headache, head injury and UTI management.