AHRQ: Implementing Evidence-Based Clinical Guidelines

If you haven’t signed up for alerts from the Agency on Healthcare Research and Quality, do it now. You’ve already missed the May 25th issue with an excellent collection of “guideline implementation strategies and ways to improve adherence to the guidelines”. (Ok, you didn’t miss it, it’s right here

This issue also includes a series on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and its diagnosis and treatment in a community healthcare setting. The article includes an innovation profile, backstory, and tools and forms to diagnose ADHD.

The majority of information in the Innovations bulletins is geared to healthcare professionals (nurses, physicians, admins) and is primarily medical (medication adherence, treatment protocols). Some of the information is relevant to the disability and rehabilitation community, such as the ADHD story. But it’s all interesting.

Sign up for email alerts or the RSS feed at http://www.innovations.ahrq.gov/.

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