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Discover how guidelines can help you in practice and learn how to create your own.

A guideline is a brief document with specific advice that can help veterinary staff make good decisions in practice through evidence-based information.

Guidelines do not replace clinical expertise or knowledge.  Rather, guidelines should be used in conjunction with clinical expertise and knowledge to assist and improve the quality of care delivered.

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Key Features

Create your own guidelines for use amongst the team

Adapt consensus guidelines to the specifics of your practice

Increase consistency of anything from reception telephone calls to high-level treatments

Generate an open culture within your team(s)

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