clinical practice


Also found in: Dictionary, Legal.
Related to clinical practice: Good clinical practice

clinical practice

A UK term referring to the agreed-upon and customary means of delivering health care by doctors, nurses and other health professionals.
References in periodicals archive ?
Nursing Management of the Patient with Myasthenia Gravis (2013) is the first edition of this American Association of Neuroscience Nurses' Clinical Practice Guideline.
The clinical practice guideline was produced under the auspices of medical specialty associations; relevant professional societies, public or private organizations, government agencies at the Federal, State, or local level; or health care organizations or plans.
We have previously published a clinical practice supplement and it is our intention to continue this approach with others, perhaps later in 2007, depending on whether suitable papers become available.
Unfortunately, family physicians say they are inundated with clinical practice guidelines, and I don't believe that they or pediatricians are likely to pay much attention to the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery's guidelines on ototopical drug therapy.
The predictors of tenure included consideration of clinical competence and institutional support for clinical practice.
Although its roots are in traditional allopathic clinical practice, many environmental medicine physicians are primarily involved in public health practice and use quantitative and management skills that focus on populations rather than the clinical paradigm that focuses on individuals.
About 30 clinical practice guidelines and 380 policy statements, clinical reports, and technical reports are collected in this book/CD-ROM package.
1999), raising the possibility that physicians may be leaving clinical practice prematurely, and highlighting the need for further research in this area.
Clinical practice guidelines for physical therapy in cardiac rehabilitation.
Clinical equipoise bridges the norms of clinical practice and clinical research.
C-reactive protein is easy to measure, but this test is not yet generally used in clinical practice.
Moreover, once accrued, SMART will ask volunteers in its virologic suppression arm to do what patients in clinical practice often fail to do: adhere to toxic treatment regimens for years on end.

Full browser ?