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What about radiology, pathology and other diagnostic services? Will it involve other specialists than the primary receiver of referrals eg renal physicians or vascular surgeons in diabetes? Have you involved medical staff at all levels, including training grades? Have you thought about anaesthetists and HDU/ITU? Nursing and midwifery staff – Are there relevant specialist nurses? Will the guideline impact on nurse training – are the nurse tutors involved? Will nurses be involved from a number of clinical areas – have you got representation from them all?
The concerns are caused by the way in which the guidelines are developed and implemented, rather than because there is an intrinsic deficiency in the theory of guideline usage. It is important to consider the concerns raised by clinicians to explain how they can be reduced or eliminated. INTERFERENCE WITH CLINICAL FREEDOM Those who are uncomfortable with clinical guidelines often raise the accusation of ‘cookbook medicine’. The suggestion that medicine can be reduced to a list of instructions ignores the fact that each patient is an individual with different requirements.
There are strengths and weaknesses of national and local guidelines. National guidelines tend to include a more thorough review of the evidence but still include a great deal of ‘expert opinion’ (grade C evidence). This type of evidence is better confined to more local guidelines where local circumstances can be taken into account. National guidelines tend to be longer and be more theoretical than practical. However they are more influential as they are validated by prestigious bodies. Local guidelines will tend to be more intimately owned by those who use them.