Clinical Policies

Clinical policies are documents developed to assist clinical decision-making.
They are intended to facilitate combining the large volume of knowledge available from both the medical literature and from expert opinion into strategies helpful in diagnostic, management, and resource utilization decision-making. Clinical policies are developed using a specific strategy.

Vision: To lead the development of clinical policies in emergency medicine.
Mission: To improve the care on the emergency medical setting, facilitating decision making.
Values: Quality of the recommendations, open to participation, and team work development.

Core members
Said Laribi
Adela Golea
Franco Apra
Luis Garcia-Castrillo

The clinical policy process:
1. Topic selection and definition
2. Literature search
a. Using databases Pubmed, Chocrane, Web of Science, Embase.
3. Appraisal of the literature
a. Using the GRADE methodology
4. Writing the Clinical Policy
5. Spreading by using the EUSEM Web page, EUSEM scientific meetings
6. Updating

Policy in development:

Next action:

How to collaborate:
Get in contact for participation in the development of new policies or proposing new topics.

Contact: Luis Garcia-Castrillo Riesgo, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.