Referral Cheat Sheet

Our referral cheat sheet is our most popular resource having been downloaded thousands of times! It has key information to provide when referring to every specialty. Special thank you to Drs Ben Turner & Emma Thorley for leading the QIP that created this!

Download the Referral Cheat Sheet (October 2021)

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10 thoughts on “Referral Cheat Sheet”

  1. Sanjoy Bhattacharyya

    PHx should include ‘resp’

    – what line? Cannula/PICC/CVC
    – indication? Resus/IVF/Abx/insulin
    – previous IV access?
    – Hx of difficulty? ChemoRx/IVDU/HbSS/T1DM/obese/oedema
    – who has tried & where?
    – any areas unsuitable e.g. fistula
    – US necessary?

    Sanjoy Bhattacharyya
    Anaesthetics ST7

  2. This doesn’t seem to be working anymore but it was really useful when it was!
    Could someone have a look at it to get it back up?

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