Developing and Implementing Clinical Practice Guidelines: Legal Aspects ePub download
by Stephen J. Schanz
- ISBN: 0899709761
- ISBN13: 978-0899709765
- ePub: 1453 kb | FB2: 1478 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Medicine
- Publisher: Amer Medical Assn (June 15, 1999)
- Pages: 64
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 258
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There can be few aspects of life which have not altered so dramatically in the past few decades as the relationship between medicine and the law: as each advance in medicine is made, and treatments become more and more sophisticated, the legal and moral issues surrounding such treatments have also multiplied, and become more complex.
Introducing guidelines into practice Although guidelines can be used to help to change clinical practice, their adoption and use is not automatic and will depend to a great extent on how they are developed and implemented. The behavioural factors which influence adherence with guidelines are very complex.
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Developing and Implementing Clinical Practice Guidelines : Legal Aspects. by Stephen J. Schanz. includes various misuses of guidelines that can lead to liability.
Clinical practice guidelines in schizophrenia: How to select the best one? . Hargreaves, S. (2003) Schizophrenia: Full National Clinical Guideline on Core Interventions in Primary and Secondary Care.
Hargreaves, S. (2003). NICE guidelines address social aspect of schizophrenia. British Medical Journal 326, 679. Johnson, . Nolan, . Pilling, . Sandor, . Hoult, . McKenzie, . White, . Thompson, M. & Bebbington, P. (2005). Schizophrenia: Full National Clinical Guideline on Core Interventions in Primary and Secondary Care. Clinical Guideline 1. Schizophrenia: Core Interventions in the Treatment and Management of Schizophrenia in Primary and Secondary Care.
A Clinical Practice Guideline was dened as ‘A guideline developed to aid . Like decision analysis, guidelines rene clinical questions and balance trade-o’.
A Clinical Practice Guideline was dened as ‘A guideline developed to aid practitioner and patient pursuit of the most appropriate healthcare responses to specic clinical circumstances’. The US Institute of Medicine viewed guidelines as ‘systematically developed statements to assist prac-titioners and patient decisions about appropriate health care for specic clinical circumstances’. The US Evidence-Based Medicine Working Group dened Guidelines. gather, appraise and combine evidence.
Evaluating and Monitoring Clinical Practice Guidelines (S. Cretin). Appendix A. The Transient Ischemic Attack Files: An Implementation Case Study. Implementing a Guideline Program: Two Case Studies. Case 2: Establishing and Running a Clinical Practice Guideline Program at Children's Hospital, Boston (R. Grossman, et a. Appendix B. Answers to Chapter Questions and Solutions to Chapter Problems and Exercises.
by Stephen J. Published 1999 by American Medical Association in Chicago, Ill.
Clinical practice guidelines should not, however, be seen in isolation from other clinical effectiveness activities. Courts are unlikely to adopt standards of care advocated in clinical guidelines as legal gold standards because the mere fact that a guideline exists does not of itself establish that compliance with it is reasonable in the circumstances, or that non-compliance is negligent. Also, clinical guidelines cannot offer thought-proof mechanisms for improving medical care.