Invited Commentary

Knowing Your Guidelines in 2022

Authors: Christopher D. Jackson, MD

Abstract

The fast pace of clinical practice guideline publication makes it difficult to keep up with all of the latest advances. Healthcare specialists in the outpatient setting have the unique challenge of rapidly assimilating these guidelines into clinical practice. With the large volume of evidence syntheses coming out, the Southern Medical Journal (SMJ) endeavors to support healthcare practitioners in their efforts to stay up to date with practice-changing data. With that in mind, the “Know Your Guidelines” series is introduced in this issue.
Posted in: Medical Oncology44

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