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Behaviour change strategies for reducing blood pressure-related disease burden: findings from a global implementation research programme
BACKGROUND: The Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases comprises the majority of the world's public research funding agencies. It is focussed on implementation research to tackle the burden of chronic diseases in low- and ...
Clinical practice guidelines: a qualitative study of their implementation in the Chilean health system
(Pan American Health Organization, 2017)
Objective. Characterize the implementation process, barriers, and facilitators of evidence-based recommendations in the context of developing clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) generated by the Ministry of Health of Chile, ...
Evidence in dentistry guidelines
(Associação Paulista de Medicina - APM, 2009-11-01)
CONTEXT AND OBJECTIVE: Guidelines are suggestions for clinical practice based on the best available scientific evidence. Nevertheless, in drafting such guidelines, existing systematic reviews are often ignored and are ...
Best Practices for Describing, Consuming, and Discovering Web Services: A Comprehensive Toolset [Thomson ISI, IF JCR2012=1.008]
(John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2013-06)
The Service-Oriented Computing (SOC) paradigm has recently gained a lot of attention in the software industry, since SOC represents a novel and a fresh way of architecting distributed applications. SOC is usually materialized ...
Practical guidelines for reporting results in single- and multi-component analytical calibration: A tutorial
Practical guidelines for reporting analytical calibration results are provided. General topics, such as the number of reported significant figures and the optimization of analytical procedures, affect all calibration ...
Audit and feedback: Effects on professional obstetrical practice and healthcare outcomes in a university hospital
(Taylor & Francis AsOsloNoruega, 2009)
How to progress from discourse to practice? a new agenda for change in medical schools into the next decade
In the context of medical school instruction, the segmented approach of a focus on specialties and excessive use of technology seem to hamper the development of the professional-patient relationship and an understanding ...