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A summary of the methods that the national clinical guideline centre uses to produce clinical guidelines for the national institute for health and clinical excellence.

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Title:
A summary of the methods that the national clinical guideline centre uses to produce clinical guidelines for the national institute for health and clinical excellence.
Authors:
Hill J, Bullock I, Alderson P
Journal:
Ann. Intern. Med.
Publication date:
2011
Volume:
154
Issue:
11
First page:
752
Last page:
7
ISSN:
1539-3704
Link to pubmed:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21646558
Publication type:
Journal
Abstract
The National Clinical Guideline Centre develops evidence-based clinical guidelines on behalf of the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence in the United Kingdom. These guidelines are developed for the National Health Service in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland and establish recommendations on best practice. The authors summarize the main methods used in development, how evidence from systematic reviews is interpreted to form recommendations, who is involved in the process, and the main outputs that are published.
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A summary of the methods that the national clinical guideline centre uses to produce clinical guidelines for the national institute for health and clinical excellence. Hill J, Bullock I, Alderson P. Ann. Intern. Med. 2011; 154(11):752-7.

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