Clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) are mainly paper or text-based statements that are systematically developed to guide the clinician and patient in decision-making. Supporting computerised CGP management for incorporation into the routine used daily by clinicians presents major computing and information management challenges. This book is unique in approaching computerised CGP management by incorporating manipulation (operations and queries), in addition to their specification and execution, as part of a single unified management framework where other works have tended to focus only on specification and execution. The main contributions of this work are: a generic and unified framework for the management of CGPs, a general platform and an advanced software mechanism for the unified management of computerised CGPs and an important requirement for generic active functionality within the computerised CPG management systems.
Experience is the best teacher. Learn from someone who’s been there.In this book, I share my real-world experiences and scenarios as a clinical pharmacist to help you get a better grasp on medication management. I’ve been acknowledged in the Wall Street Journal, American Journal of Nursing, National Association Directors of Nursing, Pharmacy Times, and Pharmacy Today. My goal is to teach you clinical common sense when it comes to medications. This is a book full of clinical pearls, case studies, and medication mistakes that every healthcare professional involved in medical management should know. If you’re passionate about learning more about polypharmacy, drug interactions, medication therapy management, and common medication mistakes, you’re going to love this book.Eric Christianson, PharmD, BCPS, CGP, and founder of meded101.com 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael Lenz, Tony Guerra. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/124338/bk_acx0_124338_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.