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Clinical practice guideline approval process introduces potential conflicts of interest

19:00 EST 12 Feb 2020 | AAAS

(University of North Carolina Health Care) A new study of the approval processes used by the 43 medical-specialty-society members of the Council of Medical Specialty Societies in the US to create evidence-based guidelines finds that most use an approval procedure that has the potential to undermine editorial independence of the guideline development committee.

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