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clinical practice

A UK term referring to the agreed-upon and customary means of delivering health care by doctors, nurses and other health professionals.
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They also pointed out that the major goal of this second edition of their edited book is to help readers to differentiate between techniques in clinical psychology or clinical practice that are scientifically supported or promising from techniques that are scientifically unsupported or untested.
The updated guideline presents the current state of the science in pressure ulcer research, clinical practice and scientifically-sound strategies that effectively identify risk and reduce the incidence, prevalence and recurrence of this common spinal-cord injury and disease complication.
Nursing Management of the Patient with Myasthenia Gravis (2013) is the first edition of this American Association of Neuroscience Nurses' Clinical Practice Guideline.
Major Finding: A total of 56%, 59%, and 54% of adults with early RA achieved sustained remission based on SDAI remission criteria, ACR/EULAR clinical practice remission criteria, and ACR/EULAR clinical trial remission criteria, respectively.
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.
Specifically, we reviewed all the existing published studies that focused on the educational requirements for tenure; promotion and tenure rate; the role of scholarship in tenure decisions; teaching and service roles in tenure decisions; role of clinical practice in tenure decisions; and tenure innovations.
The newly revised anemia guidelines distinguish between evidence-based clinical practice guidelines and expert-opinion-based clinical practice recommendations.
In my 20 years of clinical practice I was sometimes chagrined and occasionally astonished at the decisions made by some health plan medical directors.
The six journals include "Nature Clinical Practice Endocrinology & Metabolism," "Nature Clinical Practice Neurology," "Nature Clinical Practice Nephrology," "Nature Clinical Practice Rheumatology," "Nature Physics" and "Nature Chemical Biology.
This soon led to an expanded Environmental Medicine section that aimed to regularly publish articles in the Grand Rounds format as well as reviews, commentaries, case reports, and research articles, all of relevance to environmental medicine, with a focus mainly on clinical practice.

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