This book is a most excellent addition to the knowledge base needed to deliver high-quality primary clinical care. It is 10 years since the author last pulled together a collection of the most authoritative clinical guidelines in an easily digestible format. Now a whole plethora of information is available online covering primary to tertiary care which to the busy primary care clinician can be overwhelming. This is therefore no longer a collection of all available guidelines - this is unashamedly a selection of the guidelines relevant to primary care that Dr Smith finds most useful in his daily practice as a very experienced general practitioner. He has included various resources that I have also found useful but difficult to locate, even online.Available at: www.nice.org.uk/ nicemedia/pdf/CG020NICEguideline.pdf Reproduced with permission. Adams SM, Knowles PD. ... 2007; 75(9): 1342a7. Cohen AF, Land GS, Breimer DD, et al. ... Sadleir LG, Scheffer IE. Febrile seizures. BMJ.
|Title||:||Guide to the Primary Care Guidelines|
|Publisher||:||Radcliffe Publishing - 2008-01|