Actually, there's not much in your list that wasn't covered to some extent; the detailed airway stuff, and bloods (glucose, etc), but most of the other stuff makes sense from the training we did (18 hr outdoor FA course; we also covered AED and epipen).
I don't like mnemonics, as I can't remember what they mean, but I'll use the basic information to add to my aide memoire. I'm sure that I will need a checklist of things to do, and, given a few words that mean something to me, I'll remember what to do. It's just something to get myself past the mental block/freeze; a prompt, or cue. Once I've got familiar with my aide memoire, it'll stick in my head, and I'll be able to recite what I need to do without it; I think the vocalisation will be useful. That's the way my brain works.
I know I won't be carrying the aide memoire all the time, but I will when I'm doing DofE, which is what the training was for.
I also know from past experience that I stay passive for a while, but my brain eventually wakes up and I take charge if needed.