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Clinical Guidelines in Mental Health II: A guide to making NICE Guidelines

  • Tim Kendall (a1), Steve Pilling (a2), Craig Whittington (a3), Catherine Pettinari (a4) and Rachel Burbeck (a4)...
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This is the second in a series of three articles about clinical guidelines in mental health. In the first article (Kendall et al, 2004), we introduced the National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health (NCCMH) and its guidelines work programme commissioned by the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE); the possible uses of clinical guidelines; and the different guideline products generated alongside each NICE guideline.

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Clinical Guidelines in Mental Health II: A guide to making NICE Guidelines

  • Tim Kendall (a1), Steve Pilling (a2), Craig Whittington (a3), Catherine Pettinari (a4) and Rachel Burbeck (a4)...
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