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The Australian Emergency Medicine application (AusEM) aims to bring evidence-based medicine to clinical practice in a quick, easy-to-read format. The AusEM app is a continuing collaboration among doctors in different levels of their training, encompassing a broad spectrum of skills and experience. We showcase local guidelines and protocols that are more suitable to the Australian practice of emergency medicine.
The app consists of 2 main parts: E2P, and EM notes. E2P or “Evidence 2 Practice” will help you with specific problems on managing patients (i.e. - is treatment X appropriate for condition Y?). E2P concentrates on individual parts of a medical consult (i.e - history, physical examination, investigations and management). EM Notes, on the other hand, will help you form the framework of managing patients as a whole. Unlike E2P which concentrates on individual parts of a medical consult, EM notes should help you build a structured, logical plan to deal with all the factors that contribute to a patients presentation until final disposition. Think of EM Notes as looking at the forest whilst E2P looks at individual trees.
The AusEM app is free to download from the AppStore. Working in mobile phone signal-poor emergency departments ourselves, once installed on your iPhone, the data on the AusEM app is accessible offline, with only twice-monthly updates needed to include new topics on your app.
The AusEM app is a development of SDP Health for the Gold Coast Hospital - Accident and Emergency Department, based in Queensland, Australia. We work hand-in-hand with EmergencyWEB.net, the clinical emergency resource website for Gold Coast Hospital.