When a patient’s condition worsens and life is on the line, early recognition with prompt action can save a life. Navigating Medical Emergencies (NavME) is a practical, interactive guide to managing acutely ill-patients. This free, peer-reviewed e-Book is available in English and French.
Originally launched in early 2018, the Royal College has recently added new COVID-19 content such as:
Pharmacologic Management of COVID-19 Patients
Clinical Approach to COVID-19 Pneumonia
NavME e-Book provides just-in-time preparation and up-to-date information for frontline clinicians. We are committed to ongoing updates as the body of knowledge about COVID-19 grows.
Built to mimic an expert’s thinking process, NavME e-Book includes a series of layered navigable maps of clinical situations and tasks that are commonly encountered by acute care professionals. Intended to be used in a non-linear way so that learners can dive deep into specific topics or move between chapters as they face different challenges.
NavME e-Book aims to help with effective teamwork, improved patient safety and potentially save lives. For more information about NavME click here.