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Conference papers and proceedings
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Michael D Rawlins; Peter Littlejohns; National Institute for Clinical Excellence (Great Britain)
|Description:||xiii, 204 pages : illustrations|
|Contents:||Part One: The James Lind Legacy; The James Lind legacy: the past - James Lind; The James Lind legacy: the present - the relevance of his work today; Part Two: Filling the evidence gap; Filling the evidence gap - how big is it? Part Three: Raising standards - national policy and practice; Social care and joint working with the NHS: how the Social Care Institute for Excellence works with NHS partners - the local dimension; Part Four: Making a difference locally; Using CHI reviews to create a 'best practice' clinical audit department; Working together to manage; Part Five: Research, evidence and recommendations; Involving participants in the design and conduct of trials: the Protect study; How the pharmaceutical industry gets patients involved in clinical trials; Consumer NICE challenges; Priority setting and health care commissioning: is there a case for a UK network?|
|Responsibility:||Sir Michael Rawlins and Peter Littlejohns.|
- Great Britain -- National Health Service.
- National health services -- Great Britain.
- Medical policy -- Great Britain -- Congresses.
- State Medicine.
- Health Policy.
- Health Services Research.
- Outcome and Process Assessment (Health Care)
- Quality Assurance, Health Care.
- Great Britain.
- Medical policy.
- National health services.