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JRCALC is the Joint Royal Colleges Ambulance Liaison Committee. It is responsible for setting the standards for pre-hospital care in the United Kingdom.The Guidelines sub-committee is chaired by Dr Simon Brown, and produces National clinical Guidelines for Paramedics ecvery two years. These are the only NHS recognised benchmarks for paramedic care.They also produce a pocket book, which provides an easy source of reference for all paramedic drugs.the guidelines are produced from evidence based medicine, which is researched and discussed by a team including representatives from all UK ambulance services, and most medical disciplines. The research is led by three research fellows at the University of Warwick - Dr Joanne Fisher, Mike Smyth and Stephen Hines.The fourth version of the guidelines was published in April 2006.
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