1000minds is used for developing clinical guidelines for treatment.
For complex conditions such as osteoarthritis, asthma, etc there can be considerable uncertainty and ignorance with respect to the most effective treatments – both among health care professionals and people with the condition.
Therefore, clear and practical clinical practice guidelines are useful for health care professionals and patients alike.
1000minds is used by clinical experts and patients to develop key messages to help patients better manage their condition.
About the use of 1000minds for developing clinical guidelines.
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