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The Process of Developing Clinical Guidelines

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    What happens when 25 highly-accomplished experts get together to develop the guidelines that will influence clinical lipidology practice? Who makes up the expert panels that develop guidelines, how are critical issues identified, what kinds of evidence are considered, and what are the keys to a successful expert panel? Host Dr. Alan Brown sits down at the 2010 National Lipid Association Meeting with Dr. Luther Clark, professor of clinical medicine at the SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York, and global director for scientific affairs in athrosclerosis at Merck & Co. Dr. Clark speaks from his involvement in the development of guidelines for ATP I, ATP II and ATP III.

     

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    What happens when 25 highly-accomplished experts get together to develop the guidelines that will influence clinical lipidology practice? Who makes up the expert panels that develop guidelines, how are critical issues identified, what kinds of evidence are considered, and what are the keys to a successful expert panel? Host Dr. Alan Brown sits down at the 2010 National Lipid Association Meeting with Dr. Luther Clark, professor of clinical medicine at the SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York, and global director for scientific affairs in athrosclerosis at Merck & Co. Dr. Clark speaks from his involvement in the development of guidelines for ATP I, ATP II and ATP III.

     

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