Analysis and Application Clinical Practice Guideline
Chamberlain College of Nursing
NR 505: Advance Research Methods
Acute Pain Clinical Practice Guideline
Clinical practice guidelines (CPG) are multidisciplinary blueprints that guide best clinical practices for specified patient populations with a particular diagnosis(Amorin-Woods, Beck, Parkin, Lougheed, &Bremner, 2014).They additionally aid in the coordination and delivery of high-quality care.The guidelines are therefore documented sequentially through clinical interventions that help patients with specified conditions progressively through well-structured clinical experiences that achieve the desired outcomes. Predominantly, clinical practice guidelines are clinical audit tools that are based on clinical information that provides nurses with the opportunity to incorporate collaborative practice and team management procedures that maximize their expertise in multiple disciplines. This paper seeks to analyze an effective clinical practice guidelineACR Appropriateness Criteria® pediatric Hodgkin lymphoma that addresses pain management in children suffering from Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL).
Scope and Purpose of the Clinical Practice Guideline
Leukemia is a cancer of the white blood cells. All blood cells are produced and developed in the bone marrow, considered as a spongy substance found ...