In this webinar, Pam Mosedale, RCVS Knowledge QI Clinical Lead, chats to Sally Everitt, RCVS Knowledge inFOCUS Clinical Support Lead, about how to critically appraise and adapt the evidence you need to develop your practice guidelines, including tips on where to find the evidence and what to look for.
Journal clubs can provide a framework for you to explore the latest research, help you structure your guideline, and apply what you have learned in clinical practice.
This list of published guidelines can be used to signpost you to clinical guidelines that may be of use. These guidelines are available online and have been selected because they have been created by experts in the relevant field and are based on published evidence.
This handy infographic explains the process of structuring practice guidelines. Ideal to print!
You can use this template to help you structure guidelines for your practice.
This example template, based on feline hypertension, will show you how to use the evidence to help you create your own practice guidelines.
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