clinical reference group

clinical reference group

A generic term for a group of health professionals—e.g., cardiologists, surgeons, GPs, nurses, emergency clinicians, pharmacists, ambulance staff and clinical psychologists—who together aim to develop guidelines to promote best practice throughout a health network in the UK, keep all areas of the Network up-to-date with new developments in research, and make clinical recommendations to commissioning bodies on local services.
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The new Veteran Mental Health Strategy and the Clinical Reference Group will help the Government to ensure our services cater for contemporary veterans who may have different circumstances and needs to their predecessors.
The implementation of the Veteran Mental Health Strategy will be supported by the establishment of the new Clinical Reference Group, he said.
The Clinical Reference Group is an important component of our commitment to improving mental health support and services.
Elsevier is committed to supporting the 'passion, professionalism (and) pride' of up-and-coming physicians through a full range of online, print and mobile resources, including USMLE Consult, Student Consult and our new 3-D virtual reality product InteractElsevier," says Randy Charles, Managing Director for Elsevier Health Sciences Global Clinical Reference Group.
Elsevier is committed to supporting healthcare students and professionals by providing new, convenient and innovative ways to learn, review and practice medicine," said Randy Charles the Managing Director of the Global Clinical Reference Group at Elsevier.
The CtE statement on SIRT was developed by NHS England in collaboration with the Clinical Reference Groups for Radiotherapy, Hepatobiliary and Pancreas, and Interventional Radiology.

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