clinical practice guidelines

clinical practice guidelines
Guidelines developed to help health care professionals and patients make decisions about screening, prevention, or treatment of a specific health condition.

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  • Guidelines International Network — G I N Typ gemeinnütziger eingetragener Verein Gründung November 2002, Paris …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Guidelines International Network — The Guidelines International Network is an international not for profit association of organisations and individuals involved in clinical practice guidelines.Founded in November 2002, G I N has a membership of about 80 national guideline… …   Wikipedia

  • Clinical research associate — A clinical research associate (CRA) is a profession defined by Good clinical practice guidelines (ICH GCP). The main function of a clinical research associate is to monitor clinical trials. He or she may work directly with the sponsor company of… …   Wikipedia

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  • Clinical peer review — is the process by which health care professionals evaluate each other’s clinical performance. Clinical peer review is segmented by discipline. No inter disciplinary models for clinical peer review have been described. Physician Peer Review is… …   Wikipedia

  • Clinical audit — is a process that has been defined as a quality improvement process that seeks to improve patient care and outcomes through systematic review of care against explicit criteria and the implementation of change .[1] The key component of clinical… …   Wikipedia

  • Clinical governance — is the term used to describe a systematic approach to maintaining and improving the quality of patient care within a health system. The term became widely used in health care following the Bristol heart scandal in 1995, during which anaesthetist… …   Wikipedia

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