clinical reference group


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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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Elsevier had plans in the works to make the electronic citations accessible to everyone by October, effectively eliminating the issue, according to Randy Charles, the managing director of Elsevier Health Science's global clinical reference group. Charles says that the system for accessing the citations pages in Expert Consult books is targeted to the individual because the Expert Consult collection overall is marketed to the individual healthcare professional rather than the institutional and library markets.
An overseeing clinical reference group has decided to take advantage of the change in assay to use more sensible units so that 0.14 ng/mL becomes 14 ng/L.
C3-Cloud adaptive patient pathways and organisational models validated by patient organisations and a clinical reference group, change management and training guidelines will be shared with the European community.
We strongly believe that by providing better access to PET-CT and improving the current pathway, we can support NHS England s objective of improving cancer survivor-ship, said Guy Blomfield, Alliance Medical chief executive, While it is important to provide a service that is fit for purpose now, we have also made a commitment to NHS England to work with, among others, the Clinical Reference Group to evaluate emerging technologies and radioactive tracers such that evidence-based decisions on service developments can be made.
The implementation of the Veteran Mental Health Strategy will be supported by the establishment of the new Clinical Reference Group, he said.

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