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RCEM Guideline; Information sharing & Community Violence

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Authors: Adrian Boyle, Simon Laing / Code: CC15, CC16 / Published: 18/06/2015

Welcome to another Best Practice Guideline podcast from RCEM.

Best Practice Guidelines are produced by the Royal College for important problems where there is anticipated to be little or no relevant high quality evidence. They rely heavily on consensus and the experience of sub-committee members. They are designed to be usable by Emergency Department Clinicians and are short and digestible.

This podcast covers the Best Practice Guideline on Information Sharing to Prevent Community Violence, which can be found along with all other the other guidelines on the main RCEM site

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