The principle of clinical protocols leads on naturally from the preceding chapters on standards and audit. The approach that I am about to describe derives from work undertaken on behalf of Price Waterhouse with St James’ Hospital in Leeds on the development of clinical protocols. A protocol is a plan giving details of steps that will be followed.
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