Expression of Interest (EOI) - Preparation of the Medication Formulary
PHECC Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPG)

The Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC) is an independent statutory agency with responsibility for standards, education, and training in the field of pre-hospital emergency care. The Medical Advisory Committee of PHECC write the Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs). Council then approve the CPGs and authorise publication. The content of the next edition of the CPGs will be as per the following 6 clinical levels.

Preparation of Medication Formulary

The Medication Formulary to be developed via this EOI relates to the medications and the doses as specified on the Clinical Practice Guidelines in each edition of the CPG. This document will build on the previous editions and the Medication Formulary and will be independently verified to ensure patient safety and accuracy of content from a pharmacological perspective post creation. The pre-production version of the CPG contains 46 Medications and will form the base for this project’s output. The preparation of the Medication Formulary is an essential part of the CPG publication project.

The current format and style of the Medication Formulary as it specifically relates to each different clinical level can be viewed within the Clinical Practice Guidelines editions which are available on this page.

Successful Applicants

Satisfactory responses to this EOI will result in an invitation to a tender competition.  Successful applicants must:

  • be registered as an Advanced Paramedic with the Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council with experience in Pharmacy, and the PHECC Clinical Practice Guidelines or
  • be registered as a Pharmacist with the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland (PSI), and
  • have knowledge/experience in clinical practice guidance, and compliance with pharmacy and medicines legislation to ensure high standards of practice.

This project requires a unique set of competencies that include:

  • demonstrable experience developing clinical information and publications especially related to pre-hospital emergency care
  • demonstrable foundation level knowledge related to medications and their potential interactions
  • proven track record in conducting high-level research related to pre-hospital emergency care, clinical practice, or medications legislation
  • published in peer reviewed journals in pre-hospital emergency care or pharmacology
  • ability to focus on project and deliver results with a specific timeframe (4 weeks)
  • examples of previous work that involved meticulous attention to detail.


Verification of the Output

PHECC will also require the output of this project to be verified for accuracy, please indicate your willingness to be considered for an associated quality assurance role.


Current members of the Medical Advisory Committee cannot submit a tender for this work.  Informal enquiries regarding the role can be made to Ricky Ellis, 086 1414306 or

Closing Date for Responses

To register applicants must complete the form by 5pm on 2nd October 2020, to express an interest to be invited to submit a tender for the project.

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Advance notice of questions on form:

  1. Full Name
  2. Registration Body- PIN/ID Number
  3. Email Address
  4. Phone Number(s)
  5. Provide a professional profile with a focus on experience in clinical practice guidance related to medications, compliance with pharmacy and medicine legislation.
  6. Have you published related to clinical practice guidance, pharmacy or medicines legislation?
  7. List relevant publications.
  8. Have you conducted any high-level research related to pre-hospital emergency care, clinical practice guidance, or medication legislation?
  9. Provide an outline of your research that relates to pre-hospital emergency care, clinical practice guidance, pharmacy or medication legislation.
  10. Do you also wish to be considered for an associated quality assurance role* to independently verify the accuracy of content post creation?
    *To be completed for a fixed cost basis and will not require the completion of a tender application.