Crisis Handbook Localisation

Finished Localised Versions

Hutt Hospital

Digital version v2.6 with clickable links (Apple pdf viewers eg preview or iBooks will break the links – use another pdf viewer)

Print Version: Emergency Book v2.6 ; Diagnosing Problems Book v2.6

Wellington Hospital (Many thanks to Raj Palepu for localisation efforts)

Digital version v2.6 with clickable links (Apple pdf viewers eg preview or iBooks will break the links – use another pdf viewer)

Print Version: Emergency Book v2.6 ; Diagnosing Problems Book v2.6

Localisation Instructions

I feel strongly that a crisis manual needs to be adapted for local use. Only in this way it can be of maximum benefit in the heat of a crisis. For example, what is blood bank’s number, do you have an anaphylaxis box and so on….

In this regard i added a telephone directory page to version 2. You could write on this manually or add in the numbers digitally. I still think having relevent info & numbers on the relevant pages is better though.

In order to help a localisation process I’ve made a guide. Please read it fully, follow the rules and thus make me happy.

View it here.

If you’d like the source files in Apple Pages format for editing then please email me: adamhollingworth@icloud.com

Any feedback is always appreciated.

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