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Implementing clinical guidelines in psychiatry: a qualitative study of perceived facilitators and barriers
This up-to-date medical text (4th Edition) contains the latest approaches to diagnosis, evaluation, and management for commonly occurring primary care problems. The most recent diagnostic and evidence-based treatment guidelines from major authoritative sources are incorporated in order to make this a comprehensive, yet practical and useful book for the primary care clinician.
Adrenocortical carcinoma (ACC) is a disease that most physicians, including many
endocrinologists, will rarely, if ever, diagnose or let alone treat during the course
of their medical practice. Medical textbooks of endocrinology and oncology rarely
dedicate an entire chapter to this disease entity. The pursuit of research and clinical
excellence in uncommon diseases is extremely challenging because of a lack of
research prioritization, nonexistent treatment guidelines and overall paucity of coordination
between researchers and physicians.
Clinical Practice Guidelines According to the 1990 Institute of Medicine definition, clinical practice guidelines are "systematically developed statements to assist practitioner and patient decisions about appropriate health care for specific clinical circumstances." This definition provides emphasis to several crucial features of modern guideline development. First, guidelines are created using the tools of EBM. In particular, the core of the development process is a systematic literature search followed by a review of the relevant peer-reviewed literature.
This is the full version of NICE clinical guideline 117. It contains details of the methods and evidence used to develop the guideline. It updates and replaces the full version of ‘Tuberculosis: clinical diagnosis and management of tuberculosis, and measures for its prevention and control’ that was developed by the National Collaborating Centre for Chronic Conditions and published by the Royal College of Physicians in March 2006. The updated recommendations have been developed by the Centre for Clinical Practice at NICE following the NICE short clinical guideline process....
The evidence base for the insulin secretagogues was more extensive than ascertained for the
parent guideline. However, in many of the papers in which they are compared to other drugs
they were being used as the comparator therapy rather than the investigated therapy. New
evidence did not lead to new conclusions about the role of these drugs in clinical management,
either from the point of view of efficacy or safety.
Monthly breast self-exam, starting at age 20, instructed to
woman as an optional tool for identifying and reporting
■ Clinical breast exam at least every 3 years (age 20–40) during
a physical exam by a health professional; yearly after age 40
■ Annual mammogram starting at age 40
Problems of indoor air quality are recognized as important risk factors for hu-
man health in both low- and middle- and high-income countries. Indoor air is
also important because people spend a substantial proportion of their time in
buildings. In residences, day-care centres, retirement homes and other special
environments, indoor air pollution affects population groups that are particu-
larly vulnerable owing to their health status or age.