Guideline adaptation : conducting systematic, exhaustive, and reproducible searches / Amanda Ross-White, Patricia Oakley, Craig Lockwood.

By: Ross-White, AmandaContributor(s): Oakley, Patricia | Lockwood, Craig, 1971-Material type: TextTextPublication details: Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer Health, 2014Description: 1 online resource (56 pages)ISBN: 9781496308085Subject(s): Medicine -- Research -- Methodology | Medicine -- Research -- Methodology | Evidence-based medicineDDC classification: 610.72 Online resources: Click here to access this book using your OpenAthens username & password (HSE East only). Other regions please contact your local library.
Contents:
Section 1. Introduction to clinical practice guidelines -- Section 2. Planning a systematic and transparent search.
Summary: Clinical policy regarding the management of health conditions has historically been driven by knowledge and experience of healthcare professionals. Evidence-based practice posits that a health care professional must include and combine the best available evidence, with clinical expertise and the patient's for treatment. This book will outline how to develop clinical practice guidelines and how to use and conduct systematic, exhaustive, and reproducible searches.
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Section 1. Introduction to clinical practice guidelines --
Section 2. Planning a systematic and transparent search.

Clinical policy regarding the management of health conditions has historically been driven by knowledge and experience of healthcare professionals. Evidence-based practice posits that a health care professional must include and combine the best available evidence, with clinical expertise and the patient's for treatment. This book will outline how to develop clinical practice guidelines and how to use and conduct systematic, exhaustive, and reproducible searches.

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